AWEJ Volume.5 Number.1, 2014                                                                                                         Pp.2-3

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Letter from the editor

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Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Teaching Polysemous Vocabulary
Fawzi Makni

4-20

Gender and Learning Style Preferences of EFL Learner
Adel Abu Radwan

21-32

The Influence of Kindergarten in Overcoming Diglossia among Primary School Pupils in Saudi Arabia
Munira Al-Azraqi

33-41

Beyond Traditional Testing:  Exploring the Use of Computerized Dynamic Assessment to Improve EFL Learners’ Reading

Adeline Teo

42-58

Rethinking Teachers Accountability and Evaluation through Portfolios
Majida “Mohammed Yousef” Fahmi Dajani

59-70

Students’ Insights and Experiences of Web-Based Learning Support ; The Case of Second Year Students of the University of Batna- Algeria

Bahloul Amel

71-78

Different Performance of EFL University Students on TOEFL and IELTS
Saleh Saafin

79- 88

Collaborative Reflection: Vehicle for Professional Growth

Amna Abdelgadir Yousif

89- 98

Performing Identity: Differences between Native and Nonnative Speakers of English in Gatekeeping Encounters

Hassan M. T. Qutub

99-112

Major Problems Encountered by Third Level English Students at Hudhramout University when Translating Arabic Emotive and Culture-bound Expressions into English

Najla’a Abdullah Ateeg

113-128

Lifting Motivation Level of English Learners in Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Al shlowiy

.129 -136

Enhancing Writing Skills within EFL University Contexts: Case Study in the United Arab Emirates

Suhair E. Al Alami

137- 150

Subjectivity in Discourse: A CDA Approach to the Study of Adjectives in Two Political Speeches

Hela Ajmi

151-166

The Teaching of English Culture in Algerian Secondary Schools: The Case of Second Year Classes

MESSEREHI Mahbouba

167 -179

Teaching of Critical Reading Skills in ESL and EFL Context: A Proposal for Action Researchers

Jabreel Asghar & Abdullah Al-Bargi

180-196

The Effect of Using a Web Quest Program on Developing Some EFL Critical Reading

Mervat Abd Elfatah Ali Said Ahmed

197-210

Redefining the Reading Culture: Overcoming EFL Teachers’ Prejudices against Students’ Reading Habits

Alaa Al-Musalli

211-223

Motivational Practices in English as a Foreign Language Classes in Saudi Arabia: Teachers Beliefs and Learners Perceptions

Fakieh Alrabai

224-246

Factors Influencing Jordanian EFL Students’ Choice of a University

Turki Ahmad A. Diab Bani-Khaled

 

247-259

Investigating the Effects of Structured and Unstructured Tasks on Arab learners of English Oral Performance

Mahes Ali Al-Mahes

260-276

Metaphor in Political and Literary Texts: A Pragmatic Analysis
Sattar Hussein Abbood & Sabah Sleibi Mustafa

277- 289

Strategies of Learning English Writing Skill by Indonesian Senior High School Students

Junaidi Mistar, Alfan Zuhairi & Firman Parlindungan

290 -303

Arab National Identity Crisis: Political Strategies and The National Unity Conflict in Munis Arrazzaz’s Alive In The Dead Sea

Ahmad Mohd Alkouri,  Raihanah M.M. & Ruzy Suliza Hashim

304-315

World Englishes in the EFL Teaching in Saudi Arabia

Ali Mohammad Al-Asmari & M Shamsur Rabb Khan

316 -325

The Effectiveness of Feedback on EFL Libyan Writing Context

Najwa Alsayed Omar

326-339

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