AWEJ Volume.4 Number.1, 2013                                                                                                    Pp.1- 3

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1-3

Letter from the editor

4-4

Linguistic Substitution as Verbal Dynamism
Noureddine Guella

5-13

A Case for a Contrastive Interpretation of the Expression of Time in English and Arabic
Josephine O’Brien

14-30

Translators’ ‘End-Revision’ Processing Patterns and Maxims:
A Think-Aloud Protocol Study
Claire Yi-Yi Shih

31-44

Global English and Arabic: Which is the Protagonist in a Globalized Setting?
Laila S. Dahan

45-51

Arabizi: An Analysis of the Romanization of the Arabic Script from a Sociolinguistic Perspective
Wid H. Allehaiby

52-62

The Practice of Teaching English to Young Learners in the Palestinian Context: A Multidimensional Analysis
Adnan Shehadeh & Raghad Dwaik

63-76

Perspective Speaking Difficulties Faced by Omani Students: Empirical Data on Self-Perception
Said Al-Saadi,  Phuangphet Tonawanik & Said Al Harthy

77-88

Evaluative Clues in Academic English
Amelia Maria Cava 

89- 103

Factors Impacting EFL Teaching: An Exploratory Study in the Saudi Arabian Context
Sayyed Rashid Shah, M. Athar Hussain & Omar A. Nasseef

104 -123

A Study of Electronic Plagiarism Detection as a Tool for Learning Summary
Writing
Chia-Pei Wu

124 – 134

The Effect of Using E-mail on Developing EFL Writing Skills for Secondary  Stage Students at the Experimental Schools
Mervat Abd Elfatah Ali Said Ahmed

135- 150

Involving Students in Individual and Group Presentation Assessment
Sally Ali

150-161

Blending Teaching in English Language Large Classes
Hala Salih Mohammed Nur

162-171

Technology in Education: Problem or Solution?
Amal Saleeby Malek

172-182

Social Media for Language Teachers’ Development
Munassir Alhamami

183-192

Guidelines for Culturally Competent ESL Teachers
Gina Zanolini Morrison

193-203

From the ‘Folder’ Approach to the Model Approach: Students Managing Their Writing Errors
Ronnie Goodwin

204-212

The Effect of “WhatsApp” Electronic Dialogue Journaling on Improving Writing Vocabulary Word Choice and Voice of EFL Undergraduate Saudi Students
Basma Issa Ahmad Alsaleem

213-225

Oral Communication Problems Encountering English Major Students: Perspectives of Learners and Teachers in Palestinian EFL University Context
Abedrabu Abu Alyan

226-238

The Significance of Using Literature in FL/SL Classrooms
Mohammed AbdAlla AbdAlgane & Siddig Ahmed Ali

239-250

Language Transfer and Grammatical Speaking Errors among Saudi Students Nesreen Saud Alahmadi & Radia Kesseiri

251-265

The Correlations of Onset Age to Taiwanese Junior High EFL Learners’ Listening and Reading Abilities
Maosheng Hung & Shih-Yi Hung

266-276

Critical Thinking and Learners’ Conception of Knowledge- A Meeting Point
Nafiaa Bouanani

277-283

Language Teachers’ Perceived Computer Self-efficacy: Identifying Knowledge and Skills Gaps for Teacher-driven Professional Development
Victoria Tuzlukova, Louise Greenwood, Jamila Al-Siyabi & James Scully

284-299

Technology Use in the Language Classroom: Paradigms, Experiments, and Recommendations
Sanaa Riaz

300-307

Theories of Semantics: Merits and Limitations
Saleh Mustafa  Ramadan & Taleb  I. Ababneh

308-316

Exploring Indonesian College Students Strategies in Learning English Language
Aunurrahman, Tri Kurniawati & Yulia Ramadhiyanti

317- 330

The Effectiveness of Reading Techniques Used in a Saudi Arabian Secondary School  Classroom as Perceived by Students and Teachers: A Study of Methods Used in Teaching English and their Effectiveness
Amel Al Nooh

331- 345

Ways to Help Students Overcome the Testing Hurdle: Tunisian Experiences
Hela Ajmi

346-354

Book Review / Rethinking academic writing pedagogy for the European University
Dr. Khairi Obaid Al-Zubaidi

355-356

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