Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume8 number 2 June  2017  Pp.1-

 

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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue 1
Contents 1-2
Strategies for Developing English Academic Writing Skills

Joseph Mallia

  3-15
Metacognition and Mobile-Assisted Vocabulary Learning

Ratnawati Mohd Asraf & Nadya Supian

 16 -35

 

Preparing Preparatory Year English Language Learners for ProfessionalColleges: An Evaluation of Current Placement System

Muhammad Sabboor Hussain , Khaled Besher Albesher & Aisha Farid

 36-51
Motivation and Language Learning Strategies Used by MoroccanUniversity EFL Science Students: A Correlatioal Study
Zahra EL AOURI & Badia ZERHOUNI
 52-73
The Five Tier Model for Teaching English Academic Writing in EFL Contexts
Hayat Al-Khatib
74- 86
Problem-Based Writing Instruction: Its Effect on Students’ Skills in Argumentative Writing
Jumariati & Gunadi Harry Sulistyo
 87-100

 

A Program to Develop the Students’ Awareness of E-learning and its Applications in English in the Foundation Program of Dhofar University
Sobhy Ahmed Soliman & Ashry Abdallah Mahmoud Waziry
 101- 118

 

 Pronunciation Errors Committed by Palestinian Students at An-Najah National University: An Analytical Approach
Oqab Mahmoud Jabali & Yousif Jamal Abuzaid
  119- 131

 Compliments across Gender and Power Relation among Indonesian EFL Learners
Rohmani Nur Indah

 132- 144
Power Distance and Individualism-Collectivism in EFL Learning Environment
Abdulaziz Alshahrani
 145- 159
 Exploring the Status and Teachers’ Perceptions of Technology Integration in EFL Classrooms at Chadli Bendjedid University, Algeria
Ladaci Naima
 160- 170
The Effect of Gender and Proficiency Level on Writing Strategy Use among Iraqi High School Students

Qusay Mahdi Mutar & Vahid Nimehchisalem

 171-182

 

An Assessment of Iraqi EFL Learners’ Performance in Using

Synonymy and Antonymy

Dhea Mizhir Kreb

183-191
Classroom Interaction in English Language Class for Students of Economics Education
Ima Isnaini Taufiqur Rohmah
 192-207
Teaching Writing to Second Language Learners: Bench-marking Strategies for Classroom
Syed Sarwar Hussain
   208 – 227
The Effect of E-mail and WhatsApp on Jordanian EFL Students’ Reading Skill
Kafa Mohammad Bani Khalaf
 228- 237

 

 Issues and Challenges of E-Portfolio in Micro Teaching Class: Students’
Perspectives
Sarlita Dewi Matra & Dwi Rukmini
 238-251
An Autosegmental Analysis of Arabic Passive Participle of Triliteral Verbs
Majd S. Abushunar & Radwan S. Mahadin
 252-267
The Impact of Wait Time Instruction and Teaching Experience on Teachers’ Feedback
in Moroccan Speaking Classes
Sana SAKALE
 268- 278

 

The Relationship between Learner Motivation and Vocabulary Size: The Case of Iraqi EFL Classrooms
Mohammed Khaleel Khudhur ALBODAKH & Emrah Cinkara
 279-292

 

How Do Indonesian Professional English Teachers Develop Their Pedagogical Competence in Teaching Implementation?
Dini Kurnia Irmawati , Utami Widiati & Bambang Yudi Cahyono
 293-307
 Effective Solutions for Reducing Saudi Learners’ Speaking Anxiety in EFL classrooms
Suzan Hammad Rafada & Abeer Ahmed Madini
 308-322
Examining the Relationship between E-Learning Styles and Achievement in English among Moroccan University Students
Azize  EL Ghouati
 323 -332
Using Dictogloss Tasks: Attention to Form in a Collaborative Classroom Activity with Female Translation Students at King Saud University
Dina Mohamed Alsibai
     333 -348
The Impact of Class Size on Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language: The Case of the Department of English at Abdelhamid Ibn Badis University
Hayat  Aoumeur
 349-361
EFL Learners’  Higher Order Thinking and  Technology Based Instruction in Literature

Case Study of Biskra Univesity 2nd year Students
Nadia Rezig Betka

 362- 370
Causal Relationship amongst Epistemic Beliefs, Motivations, and Strategies Use in Reading for EFL Students
Ive Emaliana , Utami Widiati , Mohammad Adnan Latief & SuharmantoThe Frequently Used Discourse Markers by Saudi EFL Learners
Maryam Alshar
 371-383
Aspects of Taboos Surrounding Algerian Females’ Daily Issues and Language
Nadia GHOUNANE
398-414
Arabic Grammar in Context: Languages in Context

Author: Mohammad T. Alhawary

Reviewer: Yahya Kharrat

415-417
Fear of Negative Evaluation in an EFL Setting: An Algerian Case Study

Author: Nadia Idri

Reviewer: Esra İstek

418-420
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