Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 9.Number1.  March 2018   Pp.1-2

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When Arabic speakers read English words
Martin J. Endley
 3- 22
 The Impact of WhatsApp on EFL students' Vocabulary Learning
Elias Bensalem
23- 38    
 Scholastic Achievement and Computer Attitudes among Moroccan University Students
Azize El Ghouati,& Bani Koumachi
 39- 55
Correlation between Self-Efficacy Perception and Teaching Performance: The Case of Mexican Preschool and Primary School Teachers
Michaela Cocca , Armando Cocca , Elizabeth Alvarado Martínez & María Guadalupe Rodríguez Bulnes
 56 -70
 Theory of Mind and Linguistic Acquisition
Ronnie Goodwin
 71- 87
 Historical and Social Background of English Name Giving Process
Natalya N.Zerkina,Olesya V. Kisel ,Vladimir V. Mikhailov & Oksana A. Lukin
  
 88-96 
 English Language and the Changing Linguistic Landscape: New Trends in ELT Classrooms
Abdelrahman Abdalla Salih & Holi Ibrahim Holi
 
97- 107
Exploring Teachers’ Identity: Reflections and Implications
Zineb DJOUB
 108-120  
 CLIL: Content based Instructional Approach to Second Language Pedagogy
Muhammad Afzal Awan & Muhammad Aslam Sipra
 121-133   
Writing for Comprehension in Prose Fiction Analysis: The Students’ Voices
Lestari Setyowati & Sony Sukmawan
 134- 145
Challenges in Practicum: Views and Perceptions of EFL Pre-service Teachers towards Field Experience Skills in Real Classrooms
Hayat Rasheed H. Alamri
 146 -162
 Identifying Training Needs of In-Service EFL Teachers in Inclusive Schools in Egypt
Amira Desouky Ali
 163-183
 How learners of English learn best in a foreign language context? A glimpse of the debate over the written versus the spoken form
Fatimah Almutrafi
 184- 190
Reflective Professional Development Journals for Constructivist Evaluation of
Teacher Learning and Reactions
Youcef BENAMOR &  Noureddine GUERROUDJ
 191-206
 Effects of Extensive Reading on Thai Tertiary Students’ Reading Attitudes
Ketvalee Porkaew & Ariyadhorn Fongpaiboon
207-219  
 The Effect of the Use of Technology on the nature of Teacher’s Profession
Sally Kondos
 220-232 
 A Feature-Based Analysis of the Derivation of Word Order and Subject-Verb Agreement in Arabic Varieties
Kamel Jouini
233 -255  
Pedagogical Stylistics as a Tool in the Classroom: An Investigation of EFL Undergraduate Students' Ability in Analyzing Poetic Language
Eman Adil Jaafar & Fatimah Khudair Hassoon
 256-267  
 Enhancing Academic Writing Skills through “Reading to Learn” Strategy
Listyani
268-280   
 A Perceptive Determination of Self-Perceived Listening Comprehension Strategies Employed by Saudi English-major University Undergraduates
Eidah Abdullah Al-Malki
 281-293
 Types of Inferences in Discourse
Elena V. Suvorova & Liliya S. Polyakova
 294-306  
Exploring the Role of Teacher Talk in Saudi EFL Classroom: Importance of F-Move in developing Students’ Spoken Skill
Mohammed Judaya M Alanazi & Jacquie Widin
 307-320  
 Verbal and Non-verbal Refusal Strategies in English: Refusing Promotions
Nour Al Okla
 
321-334   
 A study of Apology Strategies in English: A case study on Jordanian and Asian Undergraduate Students at Zarqa University
Ibrahim Fathi Huwari
335-349  
 The Effectiveness of STOP and DARE in Planning and Drafting Argumentative Writing: A case of Saudi College Level Students
Sahal R. Al Shammari
 350-  364
 Text Structure and Its Teaching Implications: An Analytical Study
Ala’a Mohammad Abu Hamameh , Dina Al-Jamal & Abdallah niabdelrahman
 365-387  
An Evaluatıon of “Sunrıse 9’’ from EFL Teachers’ and Students’ Perspectıves in Northern Region of Iraq                                                                              
Burhan Omar Mahmud                                                                                          
388-405
The Role of Vocabulary Knowledge in Speaking Development of Saudi EFL Learners
Raja Muhammad Ishtiaq Khan , Noor Raha Mohd Radzuan , Muhammad Shahbaz , Ainol Haryati Ibrahim & Ghulam Mustafa
 406-418
 A Study on the Relationship between English Language Proficiency and Intercultural Communication Competence among Arab Students in Malaysia
Abdul Qahar Sarwari & Mohammad Nubli Abdul Wahad
  419-432
 
 Technology-Supported Online Writing: An Overview of Six Major Web 2.0 Tools for
Collaborative-Online Writing
Eid Hamoudeh Ahmed Alkhataba, Samsiah Abdul-Hamid & brahim Bashir
433-446  
Social Constructivism-Based Reading Comprehension Teaching Design at Politeknik Negeri Sriwijaya
Welly Ardiansyah & Murwani Ujihanti
  447-467
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