Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume8 number 1 March 2017                Pp.1-2
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Revisiting the Communicative Approach: The Tripod Construct
Hayat Al-Khatib
3- 15
Autonomous Space Exploration Online in a Writing SAC or OWL
Carmen Denekamp
16 -24
Methodological Issues in Studying Cultural Dimensions with Special
Reference to Educational Context
Abdulaziz Alshahrani
25-41
An Exploratory Study on the Relationship between Demotivation and
Academic Fields among Chinese EFL Learners
Chili Li & Ting Zhou
42-54
The Role of Teacher-Student Conferencing in Improving Grammatical
Accuracy in University EFL Students’ Composition Writing
Naima Hamlaoui & Sarra Fellahi
55- 65
Building Teacher’s Pedagogical Competence and Teaching Improvement
through Lesson Study
Siti Aimah , Muhimatul Ifadah & Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati
66-78
Perceived Effectiveness of Social Media as an English Language Learning Tool
Hanan Ismail K Kutubkhanah Alsaied
79-93
The Effect of the Academic Attainment of ESL Teachers on Evaluation
of ESL Learners’ Errors: Educational Degree-Based Study
Wael Abdeen
94-107
Effect of Technology Enhanced Language Learning on EFL Reading
Comprehension at Tertiary Level
Imtiaz Hassan Taj, Fatimah Ali, Muhammad Aslam Sipra & Waqar Ahmad
108-129
The Acquisition of Do-Support in Negation and Interrogatives by Adult Arab
Learners of English: A preliminary study
Elham Salem AL-Makatrah &Mohamad Subakir Mohd Yasin
130-144
Efficacy of ESP in EFL Context: A Case Study of Saudi Arabia
Mohammad Nazim & Zoheb Hazarika
145-164
The Effects of Motivation and Other Factors on Second Language
Acquisition: A Case Study on Achieving Advanced Oral Proficiency in
English
Rose Fowler Al-Hawamdeh & Rajai Al-Khanji
165-178
Effects of Task Repetition and EFL Proficiency on English Speech Act
Production
179-193
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Hossein Ahmadi* & Farid Ghaemi
Spoken Discourse Analysis of Senior High Schools English Classroom
Purworejo, Central Java
Sudar
194-207
EFL Learners’ Attitudes towards the Proper Pronunciation of English and
Podcasts as a Facilitator of Proper Pronunciation
Riam K. Almaqrn & Abdulrahman M. Alshabeb
208-219
Being English Teachers in Malaysian Islamic Schools : Identity Narratives
from a Five Year ‘Life Journey’
Airil Haimi Mohd Adnan
220-233
Foreign Language Learning Anxiety: The Case of Trilinguals
Elias Bensalem
234-249
Language Learning Strategies, Motivation, and Writing Achievement of
Indonesian EFL Students
Mutiatun Nasihah & Bambang Yudi Cahyono
250-263
Content Analysis of the Pedagogical Content Knowledge in the Curriculum of
Yemeni EFL Teacher Education Programme Morshed Salim Abdullah Al-Jaro
264- 279
Textual Architecture of a Selected Hard News in English: A Discourse
Analysis Approach
Suadad Fadhil Kadhum
280- 297
Environmental Messages as Found in Indonesian Folklore and Its Relation to
Foreign Language Classroom
Sony Sukmawan & Lestari Setyowati
298-308
Do Multiple Intelligences Improve EFL Students’ Critical Reading Skills?
Alaeddin Khaled Alqatanani
309- 321
Formative Evaluation on Course Structure and Credits at English
Language Teaching Curriculum
Sukirman , Djuwairiah Ahmad & Mardiana
322- 338
Second Language Learning and the Clash of Civilizations
Salwa Al harthi
339-354
The Effect of an Integration-Based Instructional Strategy on Developing EFL
Students’ Listening Skills at Al-Al Bayt University
Hana’ Abu-Mwais & Oqlah Mahmoud Smadi
355-371
Investigating the Metacognitive Online Reading Strategies employed by Iraqi
EFL Undergraduate Students
Zahraa Mukhlif & Zaini Amir
372-385
Mending Students’ Speaking Deficiencies in Moroccan EFL Classes
Assya El Hannaoui
386-401
Investigating Algerian EFL Students’ Learning-Style and Brain-Dominance
Profiles
Sarah Merrouche
402-416
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