Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume8 number 3 September  2017  Pp. 1-2

 

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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue 1
Contents 1-2
English As a Medium of Instruction and the Endangerment of Arabic literacy: The Case of the United Arab Emirates

Ahmad Al-Issa

3-17
Non-Verbal Predicate in English: Evidence from Iraqi Nominal entences
Saif Abdulwahed Jawad Alabaeeji
18-27

 

Exophoric and Endophoric Awareness
Mohammad Awwad
28-45
Presupposition: A Semantic or Pragmatic Phenomenon?
Mostafa OUALIF
46 -59
Attachment Theory in Relation to Literacy/Reading Acquisition for Immigrants, Refugees, and the Disenfranchised
Bernadette Hall-Cuarón
60 -75
The Resurfacing of Arabic Qaf [q] in the Speech of Young Ammani Females: A Sociolinguistic Study
Rose Fowler Al-Hawamdeh & Jihad M. Hamdan
76 -89

 

Spoken Language Teaching: What Do Teachers Believe in?

Salmiza bt Abdul Rahim , Hamidah bt Yamat & Parilah bt Mohd Shah

90 – 105

 

Students’ Attitudes towards Cambridge Unlock Workbook: English

Andira A. Abdallah

Intermediate I Level at Birzeit University & Nariman M. Morrar

106-118
Vocabulary Teaching and Learning Principles in Classroom Practices

Nur Salina Ismail , Safawati Basirah Zaid , Misrah Hamisah Mohamed & Nurazan Mohd Rouyan

119-134
Problems of Pre-service Teachers during the Practicum: An Analysis of Written Reflections and Mentor Feedback

Rachid Moussaid & Badia Zerhouni

135 -153
Strategies and Predictors of EFL Listening Comprehension
Abdelfattah Dimassi
154 -171
Effects of Formative Assessment on Algerian Secondary School Pupils’ Text Comprehension

Amina BOUMEDIENE & Hafida HAMZAOUI – ELACHACHI

172-190
Teachers’ Perspectives of the use of CLT in ELT Classrooms: A Case of Soran District of Northern Iraq

Serwan Husein Taha SHERWANI & Mehmet KILIÇ

191-206

 

 

Jordanian Female Ninth-Grade Students’ Attitudes towards Using Questioning Strategies in Critical Reading

Maysa’a Issa Alshabatat

207 -221
The Complexity of Textual Borrowing in Learning English As a Foreign Language

Djoko Sutopo

222- 233
The Use and Evaluation of Vocabulary Learning Strategies among Sudanese EFL       Learners
Fatima Salaheldeen Ahmed Hamza , Mohamad Subakir Mohd Yasin & Ashinida Aladdin
234 -250
Examining Text Coherence in Graduate Students of English Argumentative Writing: Case Study

Sri Wuli Fitriati & Fadhila Yonata

 

251-264

 

The Effect of L2 Exposure Environment on Nnests’ Teaching Skills and Beliefs about EFL Learning Beyond the Class

Susilo Susilo , Bibit Suhatmady , Dyah Sunggingwati , Hany Farisa & Syaripa Nurul Ilmi

265-288
The Effectiveness of Using Films in the EFL Classroom: A Case Study Conducted at an International University in Thailand

Rusma Kalra

289 -301
A Meta-synthesis of Qualitative Research about Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL)
in Foreign Language TeachingCeyhun YÜKSELİR
302 -318

 

Arabic-English Parallel Corpus: A New Resource for Translation Training and Language Teaching

Hind M. Alotaibi

319 –337

 

Towards a Zero Tolerance on Gender Bias in the Moroccan EFL Textbooks: Innovation or Deterioration
Mechouat Karima
338- 355
An Experimental Study of the Effect of Student Teams Achievement Divisions (STAD) on Vocabulary Learning of EFL Adult Learners
Muhammad Ishtiaq , Zuraina Ali & Muhammad Salem
356-375
English for Specific Purposes: A Study Investigating the Mismatch between the “Cutting Edge” Course Book and the Needs of Prince Sultan Air Base Students
Abdulrahman M. Alshabeb , Fhaid H. Alsubaie & Abdulaziz Z. Albasheer
376-   391
The Phonotactic Adaptation of English Loanwords in Arabic
Anwar A. H. Al-Athwary
 392-406
Learning English (and Arabic) in Malaysian Islamic Schools: Language Use and the Construction of Identities

Airil Haimi Mohd Adnan

407 -420
Reading Comprehension Difficulties among EFL Learners: The Case of First and Second Year Students at Yarmouk University in Jordan
Qarqez, Mohammed & Radzuwan Ab Rashid
421-431
A Developmental Paradigm for English Language Instruction at Preparatory Year Programs

Saleh Al-Shehri

432-447
Teaching English as an International/Lingua Franca or Mainstream Standard Language? Unheard Voices from the Classroom
Awad Alhassan
448-458
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