AWEJ Volume.5 Number.4, 2014

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Ideology for Second Language Teachers
Mike Orr

3-13

Motivation and Methods in Learning Arabic in an AFL Environment

Siobhán McPhee & Josephine O’Brien

14-27

The Null pro Subject in Early Modern English and Standard Arabic

Abdul-Hafeed Ali Fakih

28-54

Using Primary Sources: A Strategy to Promote the Teaching of Civilization to Algerian Students of English
TOULGUI Ladi

55-63

Explicit Grammar Teaching Pays off: the Case of Moroccan EFL University Students

Abdelmajid Bouziane & Meriem Harrizi

64- 83

Errors Analysis: A Case Study of Saudi Learner’s English Grammatical Speaking Errors
Nesreen Saud Alahmadi

84-98

Perceptions of American Academic Discourse: Cases of Three Saudi Undergraduate Students
Rimma Maddox

99-110

Explication of Conjunction Errors in A Corpus of Written Discourse by Sudanese English Majors

Hamid Abd Allah Arabi & Nauman Al Amin Ali

111-130

The Effects of Writing Intervention Program on Foundation Level Students at Shinas College of Technology, Oman

Sarath W. Samaranayake & Joaquin Jr. Gabayno

131-145

Dialogic Signs of Resistance: a Case Study of Reading Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness

Ayman Abu-Shomar & Fatin AbuHilal

146-171

Global English and World Culture:  A Case Study of the Subjective Worlds of English Teachers in Taiwan

Kun-huei Wu & I-Chung Ke

172- 186

Metacognitive and Cognitive Strategy Use and Performance on a Reading Test with Multiple-format Tasks

Mohammed Assiri

187-202

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Fair, Reliable, Valid: Developing a Grammar Test Utilizing the Four Building Blocks

Voke Efeotor

203-225

Correlation between Cognitive Writing Strategies and Students’

Writing Performance
Andjarwati Sadik

226-239

The Arab translation students’ hindrances in translating political culture from English into Arabic
Mutahar A. Qassem

240-253

An Investigation of Top-down Listening Processing Skills Taught by EFL Teachers in Gaza Governmental High Schools
Enas Abdullah Hammad

254-275

Problems with Speaking Activities in the Saudi EFL Classroom
Basmah Ali Abu-ghararah

276-287

The Translation of Tense and Aspect from English into Arabic by Moroccan Undergraduates: Difficulties and Solutions
Younes ZHIRI

288-296

Students’ Ability to Identify Different Tones and the Tonic Syllable in the English Intonation

Areig Osman Ahmed Mohamed

297-314

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Effective Teaching Strategies of Consecutive Interpreting to Facilitate Cross-Cultural Communication

Nahed M. Wasfi

315-325

The Effectiveness of Video vs. Written Text in English Comprehension and Acquisition of ESL Students

Essa Ali Batel

326-335

Exploring the Use of Through-Argumentation and Counter-Argumentation in Arabic-Speaking EFL Learners’ Argumentative Essays

Touria Drid

336-352

Rites of Passage in an English Class: Auto-ethnography and Coming of Age stories in Cross-Cultural Contexts

Gregory Stephens

353-364

Towards Processing Arabic Minimal Syllable Automatically
Mohammed Dib

365-380

Saadallah Wannous: From Existentialist to Activist

Ebtehal Al-Khateeb

381-397

Teachers’ ICT Practices: A Case Study of a Moroccan EFL Teacher
Sana Lamtara

398-410

A Socio-linguistic Study to Investigate the Factors Affecting L2 Oral Communication at Postgraduate Level in Pakistan

Misbah Rosheen Khan

411-426

The Integration of the New Technology at the Moroccan Universities

Nabil BELMEKKI & Elhoucine OUAZZANI IBRAHIMI

427-442

Reading, Speaking and Writing through Creative Resources: Comics in Second Language Teaching
Mª Victoria Guadamillas Gómez

443-453

The Effects of Form-Focused Instruction on the Learners’ Accuracy of Written Production

Maria Zaheer

454-468

Group Work in ESL: A Teacher’s Perception and Application

Ashjan Allhedan

469-483

Reflections on Reading Studies done by M.A Students at Al- University During 2006-2014
Mohammad Hamdan

484-502

Guessing from Context: A Saudi EFL View
Faisal A. Al-Homoud

503- 520

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