Arab World English Journal (AWEJ).Vol.6.1. March 2015                                                          Pp 1 – 2

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Aptitude as a Predictor of Second Language Achievement: An Investigation

in the Saudi Arabian Context
Christo Moskovsky, Merzin Alshahrani, Silvia Ratcheva & Stefania Paolini

3-29

Aesthetics of Self-Representational Practices in Jabra Ibrahim Jabra’s Autobiographical Writings

Nedal Mousa Al-Mousa

22-27

Imperial Nationalism in J. M. Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians

Shadi Neimneh

30- 49

Embedding Grammar while Developing Communicative Competence in English:  Relevant Cultural Contexts and Teaching Approaches
Joseph George Mallia

50-67

Collocational Competence in English Language Teaching: An Overview

Dina Abdel Salam El-Dakhs

68-82

Paul’s Manipulation of the Three Major Women in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers

Jamal Subhi Ismail Nafi

83-93

Semantic Shift in Moroccan Arabic:The Cases of Verbs of Movement, yemken and yeqDer

Mohamed ZNIBER

94 –99

Implementing A Computer Assisted Language Learning Training
Program for English TeachersBadia Muntazar Hakim

100- 112

Factors Demotivating ESP Classrooms at the Preparatory School of Sciences and Techniques, Tlemcen, Algeria

Nouzha Yasmina Soulimane-Benhabib

113 –122

Assessing the Communicative Competence of Advanced EFL Students at the Faculty of Education in Hodeidah University

Shameem Ahmad Banani

123-131

A Cognitive Study of Happiness Metaphors in English, Tunisian Arabic and Spanish

Sondes Hamdi

132-143

Challenges of Literary Translation: Kahlil Gibran’s the Prophet as a case study

Mourad EL Khatibi

144-158

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How to Change Students’ Perception of Classroom   EFL Learning

Adnan I. Abu Ayyash

159 -168

The Road to Understanding Intercultural Sensitivity in English Language Teaching (ELT) Pre-existing Frames for Intercultural Sensitivity

Walead Etri

169-184

An ICT-Based Approach to Teaching Civilisation to EFL Learners
ELAGGOUNE Abdelhak

185- 199

Saudi Tertiary Level Students’ Cognition of Modal Auxiliaries Expressing Epistemic Possibility in English
Ikram Rouissi & Habib Abdesslem

200-211

On the Relevance of Universal Grammar in L2
Malika Jmila

212-220

Investigating the Topic Area Focus of PhD TEFL Dissertations at AAUGS

Rabab A. Mizher & Oqlah M. Smadi

221-231

Evaluating Capitalization Errors in Saudi Female students’ EFL writing at Bisha University

Malika Anwar Siddiqui

232-250

Core Request Strategies among Jordanian Students in an Academic Setting
Mouad Mohammed Ali Al-Natour

251- 266

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Could Explicit Training in Metacognition Improve Learners’ Autonomy and Responsibility?

Brahim Machaal

267- 279

Kuwaiti Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of ICT in Writing Classes
Inan Deniz Erguvan

280-297

Globalization and the Linguistic Imperialism of the English Language
Jokha Khalifa Al Hosni

298-308

Investigating the Request Strategies among the Arab International Students and Malaysian Employees at a University in Malaysia

Marwan Yahya Al-Shawesh

309-325

The Effectiveness of Thematic Progression Patterns with Jingle Button Technique  in Teaching Writing of Narrative Texts
Farikah

326-334

The Impact of Geminates on the Duration of the Preceding and Following Vowels in Ta’zi Dialect

Nadhim Abdulamalek Aldubai

335-358

An Investigation of Smartphone Reading Strategies Behaviours from the Views of Jordanian Students
Abdullah Al-Momani, Supyan Hussin & Afendi Hamat

359-365

Sociolinguistic Challenges Faced by Iraqi Graduate Students at U.S. Universities: A Case Study for Iraqi Graduate Students at University of Cincinnati

Ahmed Fahad

366-377

 

Effect of Vocabulary learning Strategies on Academic Achievements of Pre-University Libyan EFL Learners
Salma HM Khalifa

378-396

Graffiti in Libya as Meaningful Literacy
Hend M. Ghouma

397-408

Autonomy in Foreign Language Learning and Teaching: A Culture Bound Concept

Fawzia Bouhass Benaissi

409-414

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Approach to Teaching English: Integrating Mind Maps in ELT
Manar Dahbi

415-519

Book Review: Social Science Research: From Field to Desk
Author: Barbara CzarniawskaReviewer: Dr. Nadia Idri

420-422

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