Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 9. Number 3. September 2018   Pp.1-2

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Contents 1-2
The Use of Subtitled Movies for Vocabulary Acquisition in ESP Settings: Insights from an Experimental Study in Algeria
Fouzi Bellalem , Bel Abbes Neddar , Habib Bouagada & Dalila Benelhadj Djelloul
3-16
  Effect of Redesigned Classroom on Secondary Students’ Learning Behaviour
Noorizah Mohd Nor, Radha M K Nambiar, Kemboja Ismail & Shahira Adam
17- 32
Comparison of Communication Apprehension in L1 and Communication Apprehension in L2 among MA Students with Different Ages Majoring in English in an International Program in Bangkok
Sucharat Rimkeeratikul
33- 44
 English Language Learning Motivation and English Language Learning Anxiety in Saudi Military Cadets: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach

Ali Falah Alqahtani

45-60
 Language Learning Strategies of Vietnamese EFL Freshmen
Bui Thi Kieu Giang & Vu Van Tuan
61-83
 Perspectives on Corpus Linguistics: The Methodological Synergy in Second Language Pedagogy and Research
Ibrahim Bashir, Kamariah Yunus & Bashir Ibrahim
84-97

 

 Awareness-Raising of Vocabulary Learning Strategies: Does It Make a Difference?

Ibrahim R. Alqarni

98 -110

 

The Investigation of the Textual Organization of Research Article

Discussion Sections in the Field of Second Language Writing

Tharinee Boonyuen & Supong Tangkiengsirisin

111- 128
 Bridging the Gap: Change in Class Environment to Help Learners Lower Affective Filters
Talat Mehmood
129- 144
Investigating the Effect of Differentiated Instruction in Light of the Ehrman & Leaver Construct on Grammar Learning

Bayan AlHashmi & Tariq Elyas

145-162
Processing English Formulaic Expressions in Situation-Bound Utterances: Strategies Used by Francophone ESL Learners in Thailand

Eric A. Ambele , Yusop Boonsuk & Chamaiporn Buddharat

163-175
The Lexical Approach in Action: Evidence of Collocational Accuracy and the Idiom Principle in the Writing of EFL Intermediate Students

Mohamed Debabi & Noureddine Guerroudj

176-187
 Integrating Adapted Approaches of Writing Instructions with Alternative Assessment to Improve Academic Writing Ability

Vorakorn Tuvachit & Kittitouch Soontornwipast

188-206
Speech Acts as Means of Argumentation in Bank’s Annual Reports
Fareed Hameed Al-Hindawi & Rana Naji
207-218
Common Linguistic Errors among Non-English Major Libyan Students Writing

Muftah Hamed

219-232
 A Move Analysis of Problem-Solution Discourse: A Pedagogical Guide for
Opinion and Academic WritingSurasawadee Ratanakul
233-247
 The Academic Writing Experience of Jordanian Postgraduate Students at a University in Malaysia

Anas Hmoud Mohammad Almatarneh, Radzuwan Ab Rashid & Kamariah Yunus

248-257
Theory-Practice Gaps in Developing Critical Thinking: Insights from A Pedagogical Study in Omani Context

Moosa Ahmed Ali Sulaiman , Suyansah Swanto &Wardatul Akmam Din

258-281
The Efficacy of Using Short Video through Group Work in Teaching Speaking to Indonesian English as Foreign Language (EFL) Students

Masruddin

.282-293
The use of L1 as a Source of Humour to Facilitate Interaction in EFL
lassrooms
Sabria Salama Jawhar
294-310
 EFL Student Teachers’ Lesson Planning Processes: A Grounded Theory Study

Vachira  Jantarach & Kittitouch Soontornwipast

311-330
  Integrating Critical Thinking Skills in Reading Courses at the University LevelThe Case of Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Beni-Mellal, Morocco
Said ELMOUHTARIM
331-344
 Exploring Student-Writers’ Views on Replacing Teacher Feedback with Peer Feedback and Computer-Based Feedback
Suliman Mohammed Nasser Alnasser
 

345-366

 The Effects of L1 and L2 Hypertext Glosses on Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Retention among Thai Secondary School Students

Poowadol Kongtawee & Pattama Sappapan

367-380
 Developing Plagiarism Policies in EFL Contexts: A Saudi Arabian Focus
Sulaiman Jenkins
381-389
 A Study into the Writing Performance of Moroccan Advanced EFL

Writers from an Intercultural Rhetoric Perspective

BRAHIM KHARTITE & BADIA ZERHOUNI

390- 405

 

The Authenticity of the Algerian English Textbooks: The Case of Third Year High School Textbook “New Prospects”

Badra Hamidi & Fawzia Bouhass Benaissi

406- 417
English Speaking Teaching Model in Distance Education
Apisara Sritulanon , Panna Chaturongakul & Thapanee Thammetar
418- 433
 Teaching Writing to Non-Native Speakers: First Language Composing v/s Second Language Composing
Norah Dhawi Almutairi
434-444
 Key Conceptions on Learner Autonomy and Particular Links with the Algerian Educational Context
Samia FEDJ
445-457
 “Make them take an ‘IELTS test’ in Arabic”! Resentment of and resistance towards English and English-medium instruction in the UAE

Anthony J. Solloway

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