Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 9. Number 4. December 2018   Pp.1-2

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Applying Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) in EFL Teaching
Hazita Azman & Nurul Farhana Dollsaid
 3-18
A Corpus-assisted Critical Discourse Analysis of the Discursive Representation of Immigration in the EU Referendum Debate
Ebtisam Saleh Aluthman
 19- 38
The Speech Act of Complimenting as Part of the Ukrainian, Russian and English-Speaking Communities: Ukraine and the USA
Anzhelika Solodka & Luis Perea
 39 -55
Difficulties in Teaching English Modal Auxiliaries to Turkish Students:
A Cognitive Pragmatic Approach
Ismail Erton
 56- 68
 EFL Teachers’ Attitudes toward Commercial Textbooks in EFL Programs
Munassir Alhamami & Javed Ahmad
 69- 87
The Englishization of Materiality in the Linguistic Landscape of a Southern Jordanian City
Ghazi Khaleel Al-Naimat & Omar Ibrahim Alomoush
  88-107

 

WhatsApp: An Online Platform for University-Level English Language Education
C. Vijaya Bhaskar , Kesavan Vadakalur Elumalai & May Abumelha
108 -121

 

Intercultural Competence in ELT Contexts: A Study of EFL Teachers’ Perceptions
Abdelhak Bouslama & Fawzia Bouhass Benaissi
 122 -135
EFL Learners and Their Success in Learning English in the Thai Context
Phothongsunan Sureepong
136 -145
Comparative Error Gravity: Toward a Cross Linguistic Theory
Nathaniel Lotze
 146-161
Towards an Analytical Model in Critical Pragmatics
Fareed Hameed Al-Hindawi & Wafaa Sahib Mehdi Mohammed
162 -176
Gender Differences in Advice-giving among Jordanian Undergraduate Students at BAU
Yasser Al-Shboul & Adnan Abumahfouz
 177- 185
Identification of Language Learning Beliefs among Saudi EFL Learners
Eidah Abdullah Al-malki & Choudhary Zahid Javid
 186-199
Integration processes in Successful University and Corporate Professional Training in Foreign Languages
Natalya V. Dyorina , Lyudmila I. Antropova & Tatyana Yu. Zalavina
 200-210
The Influence of Lecturers’ Language Styletoward Higher Students’ Psychological Condition  in Indonesia
Batmang Batmang , Fahmi Gunawan , Iskandar Abdul Samad& Mohd Shamsuri Md Saad
 211-220
Silence of Thai Students as a Face-Saving Politeness Strategy in a Multicultural University Context
Eric A. Ambele & Yusop Boonsuk
 221-231
Investigating Teacher Written Corrective Feedback as a Formative Assessment Tool
Khalid SAID & Abdelouahid El MOUZRATI
232-241
University Students Academic Usage of Facebook. Case Study: Licence 2 English Students, Mostaganem University
Amel Ghermaoui
 242-256
Motivation and Habits of Recreational Reading of University Educated Youth in the United Arab Emirat
Tamimount Ennaji , Wala K. Ahmed , Maitha S. Al Saedi , Soumia Lounis& Taoufik Zoubeidi
 257-269
Engaging Saudi EFL Students in Online Peer Review in a Saudi University Context
Talal Waleed Daweli
270-280
Do you Like My English? Thai Students’ Attitudes towards Five Different Asian Accents
Rusma Kalra & Chayada Thanavisuth
 281-294
The Performance of Topic Shifting in Inclusive Female Informal Gatherings: A Case Study
Ghada Abdullah Al-Ghathami
 295-309
A Gender-based Investigation of the Perception of English Language Teachers at Saudi Universities Regarding the Factors Influencing Learner Autonomy
Choudhary Zahid Javid
 310- 323

 

Dynamic Transfer and Relations between First Language (L1) Proficiency and Second Language (L2) Writing Skills Performance
Abdulelah Alkhateeb
 324-336
 Using TaskBased Learning with Students of Academic English

Chorthip Viriya

337-346
Metadiscourse Markers in Master Thesis Abstracts of American and Iraqi English Theses
Kawther Abdual Ameer Hussein , Jinan Ahmed Khalil & Nawal Fadhil Abbas
 347- 360
A Training Program in the Framework of Rogers’ Theory of Blended Learning: A Case of Teachers of Information Technology in Oman
Khalid Muslem Al Mashikhi & Sobhy Ahmed Soliman
 361-379
Indonesian Teachers’ Perception on the Implementation of Lesson Study:                                                                               Exploring Teachers’ Awareness of Pedagogical Knowledge
Siti Aimah & Bambang Purwanto
  380 -391
Syntactic Errors in an Arab EFL Postgraduate Student’s Spoken English during a Thesis Supervision Session
Ahmed Abdoualzhraa Yaseen , Kemboja Ismail & Mohamad Subakir Mohd Yasin
  392- 406
Professional Learning through Coaching: toward the Enhancement
of the Teachers’ Pedagogical Competence
Siti Tarwiyah , Warsono , Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati & Djoko Sutopo
407 -419
Exploring Academic Writing Needs of Indonesian EFL Undergraduate Students
Ratnawati , Didih Faridah , Syafiul Anam & Pratiwi Retnaningdyah
420-432
Foreign Language Learners’ Attitudes and Perceptions of L1 Use in L2 Classroom
Maram S. Almohaimeed & Huda M. Almurshed
 433- 446
An Analysis of the Use of English with Political Correctness: A Case Study of Graduate Students in Thailand
Napat Phumsiri & Supong Tangkiengsirisin
 447- 463
Peculiarities of Ethnic Stereotypes Usage in English Political Discourse
Yulia V. Yuzhakova, Liliya S. Polyakova , Nataliya .V. Dyorina & Tatiyana Yu. Zalavina
464-472
An Introduction to Sociolinguistics
Janet Holmes and Nick Wilson
473-475
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