Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 7 number 3 September 2016                                                                                       Pp.1-2                                                    

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Cultural Diversity and the Challenges of Teaching Multicultural Classes in the Twenty-First Century
Ahmed Chouari

3- 17

Does Arabizi Constitute a Threat to Arabic?
Ibrahim M R Al-Shaer

18-30

 Hindrances Encountering Undergraduate Jordanian Translation Students in Translating Islamic Terms
Haytham Hamad Althawbih & Reem Ibrahim Rabadi

31-50

 Teachers Are in Great Demand in the Digital Age
Nazmi Tawfiq Al-Shalabi

51-64

 The Level of Anxiety on the Achievement of the Saudi EFL Learner
Merzin Awdah Alshahra

65-76

 Arabic for Tourism: Guidelines for Linguists and Translators
Idris Mansor & Ghada Salman

77-94

 Second Language Writing from an Intercultural Rhetoric Perspective
Brahim Khartite & Badia Zerhouni

95-109

Investigating Views of Omani Students’ Majoring in English on Their Undergraduate Translation Course
Holi Ibrahim Holi Ali

110- 123

Comparison of the Impacts of Writing To Learn and Writing To Communicate Activities on Academic Achievement in TESL Classrooms
Ayhan İNCİRCİ

124- 133

The Impact of Poor English Language Proficiency on Professional Development of Professors at Jordanian Universities
Nisreen Al-Khawaldeh,   Baker Bani-Khair & Yaser Al-Edwan

134- 145

Facilitating Character Building through an Academic Writing Practice
Aunurrahman, Fuad Abdul Hamied & Emi Emilia

146-160

Thai Students’ Perceptions on the Direct Vs. Indirect Written Corrective Feedback: A Thai University Context
Supong Tangkiengsirisin & Rusma Kalra

161- 176

Investigating Students ‘Attitude towards E-Learning Model for Studying English in Delta University
Abdelrahman E. AlAdl

177-187

The Level of Anxiety among Jordanian EFL Undergraduates in Oral Communication Performance
Yousef Zrekat, Nadzrah Abu Bakar & Hafizah Latif

188-202

The Universal Nature of the Qur’an’s Phonetics
Amina A. Amer

203-214

The Use of Communication Strategies among Indonesian Young Learners of English in Early Total Immersion Program
Djoko Sutopo & Steffie Mega Mahardhika

215-237

Teachers’ Perceptions of the Post-method Feasibility
Natasha Rajabieslami

238-250

Teaching American Civilization Effectively: A Melange of Professional Development Procedures
El-Alia Wafaâ ZAGHAR

251-258

Exploring the School Improvement Specialist Coaches’ Experience in Coaching English Language Teachers
Ahmad Syahiran Mohamad, Radzuwan Ab Rashid,
Kamariah Yunus & Safawati Basirah Zaid

259-271

The Effect of Reading-To-Write Approach on EFL Undergraduate Essay Writing
Adnan I. Abu Ayyash & Ruba A. Khalaf

272-286

The Effect of Metacognitive Strategy Instruction on Moroccan EFL Learners’ Strategy Use and Reading Achievement
Mohammed Msaddek

287-301

Comparing Jordanian Families First and Second Language Home Literacy Practices and Functions in Malaysia

Mustafa T.R. Aloqaili & Radha M.K. Nambiar

302-316

Explicitation Techniques in English-Arabic Translation: A Linguistic Corpus-based Study
Mohamed Mohamed Mostafa El-Nashar

317-335

ICT Integration in Academic Writing: An Experiment in
Blended Learning
Justin James

336-355

Jordanian English Language Teachers’ Use of the Teacher’s Book
Mohammad Zaher Al-Kharabsheh, Oqlah Smadi  & Abdallah Baniabdelrahman

356-372

Place of Linguistics in English Language Teaching
Ali Akbar Khansir & Farhad Pakdel

373-384

The Indonesian Junior High School Students’ Strategies in Learning Writing Skill
Alfan Zuhairi & Atik Umamah

385-393

Exploring Arab ESL Students’ Perceptions on Integrating Social Networking Websites into  English Writing Classrooms
Abdullah Mutlaq Alshayee

394-409

Document Analysis As a Tool in Evaluation English As A Foreign Language Grammar Course
Imen Ksouri

410-424

Programme Identity in Academia: The Case of One EAP Unit in the Arabian Gulf
Faisal Al-Maamari

425-444

Issue of Identity and Boundary between Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching
Hayat Al-Khatib

445-462

Enhancing the Saudi EFL Students’ Pronunciation of the English Phoneme /v/ via Immersion in Virtual Platforms  Shafi S. Alqahtani

463-478

Language Learning Strategies Use in Teaching the Writing Skill for EFL Algerian Learners
Ould Si Bouziane Sabria

479-486

Initiating and Maintaining Learners’ Talking Time through Problem Solving Situations
Abdallah Amin Terriche

487-495

The Role of Social Evaluation in Influencing Public Speaking Anxiety of English Language Learners at Omar Al-Mukhtar University
Fadil Elmenfi   & Ahmed Gaiban

496-505

 

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