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

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Developing a Pragmatics Test for Arabic ESL Learners
Sawako Matsugu

3-14

Grammatical Pairs in English and Arabic Translation[i]

MOHAMED-HABIB KAHLAOUI

15-30

Relative Impact of Windows Movie Maker Journaling on Writing Proficiency and  Apprehension

Ghada Awada

31 -44

Arab-American and Muslim-American Studies in Secondary Social Studies Curriculum

Monica M. Eraqi

         45-64

Significance of Colors in the Noble Quran and the Ethics of TranslatingThem into English: An Empirical Study on Some Verses

Muna A. Al-Shawi

65-76

Reconceptualizing the Writing Center in the Wake of Local Admissions: Redefining Writing Centers in Qatar

Molly McHarg

77-85

The Causes of Primary School Dropout among Rural Girls in

Morocco:  a Case Study of Sidi Smail District

Mohammed Derdar

          86-99
Integrating Reading into Writing Instruction in the EFL Programs at Saudi Universities.

Adel Hassan AlOmrani

100-112

Arabic Language in a Globalized World: Observations from the United Arab Emirates

Wissal Al Allaq

113-123

Native and Non-Native English Speaking Teachers’ Advantages and Disadvantages

Masuda Wardak

124- 141

Learning Circles: Promoting Collaborative Learning Culture for Teacher
Professional Development

Majida “Mohammed Yousef” Fahmi Dajani

142-153

Expectances and Outcomes of an Extensive Reading Programme Carried out among University Students

Nkechi M. Christopher

154-169

Eleventh Grade Comprehension Questions in a Palestinian Context: A Textbook Analysis of Linguistic Phrases

Omar Mustafa Abu Humos

170 -179

Dynamic Written Corrective Feedback Revisited: A Critique and an Improved Model

Omar Altamimi

      180 -189

Second Language Writing and Culture: Issues and Challenges from the Saudi Learners’ Perspective

Nadia Ahmad Shukri

190 -207

Alternative Causal Meanings of Some Arabic Particles and Prepositions with                    Reference to Selected Qur’anic Verses: A Semantic Analysis

Shifaa Muhammed Al-Azzawi, Ministr & Sawsan Kareem Al-Saaidi

208 -221

Towards an Action Research Approach to ELT in Morocco: Why, and how ?

Manar Dahbi

222-229

 

Thesis Statement in English Argumentative Essays by Arab Students: A Study of Contrastive Rhetoric

Hmoud Alotaibi

230,-247

Translation Analysis on Utterances Used in Daily Communication (A Pragmatic View Based on the English and Indonesian Cultural Perspectives)

Rudi Hartono

248-261

Gender and Lexical Features in Jordanian University Students’
Use of SMS MessagingRafat M. Al Rousan

262-277

 Arabic Language as the Foundation of Semitic Languages

Solehah Yaacob

       278 -290

Development, Problems and Solutions: A Critical Review of Current Situation of College English Language Education in Mainland China

Chili Li

291 -303

Linguistic Analysis of Humor in Jordanian Arabic among Young Jordanians Facebookers

Ala’Eddin Abdullah Ahmed Banikalef, Marlyna Maros & Ashinida Aladdin

       304-318

Cultural Awareness; A Key Element in Teaching English in the
Globalization EraNatasha Rajabieslami

319-329

Unearthing a sense of cosmopolitan social justice in Middle Eastern students through an analysis of media language.

Naghmana Ali

      330-342

Teaching English to Cadets in Police Colleges and Academies in the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf: Theory and Practice

Mohammed Nasser Alhuqbani

       343-353

A Sociolinguistic Perspective on the Arab Spring and Its Impact on Language Planning Policy: the Case o f Libya

Fawzi Younis Hamed

      3354-267

Visual Impairment and Majoring in English as a Foreign Language

Hassan Ahmed El-Nabih

      368-382

 

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