Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Proceedings of  2nd   MEC TESOL Conference   2020     Pp.1-2

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Contents
Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue
Contents 1-2
 Foreword 3
The Moroccan Bachelor New Reform: the Incorporation of Soft Skills through Project-Based Learning
Abdelaaziz El Bakkali
4-16
Online EFL Emergency Remote Teaching during COVID 19, Challenges and Innovative Practices: A Case of Oman
Samia Naqvi  &Insiya Zehra
17-35
Skill-based ESP Classroom: Teaching for Preserving and Enhancing Oman’s Comparative Advantages in an Era of Economic and Digital Transformation
Peter Heckadon& Victoria Tuzlukova
36-48
 Teaching International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic Writing and Exam Strategies Online to Develop Omani Students’ Writing Proficiency
Radhika Narayanan & Priya Mathew
 49-63
The Effectiveness of Teacher Electronic Feedback in Asynchronous Teaching: A Case Study of Foundation Students at Sultan Qaboos University
Tareq Monther Al Damen
64-83
 The Impact of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) in Developing the Listening Skill: A Case of Students at Dubai Men’s College, the United Arab Emirates
Hussam Alzieni
84-95
Unlocking Technology for Language Learning:  A Viability at the Time of Transition from Traditional to Online Teaching and Learning
Reema Srivastava
96-110
 Language Reading and Its Implications on Learners’ Pronunciation:  a Case Study of a Pakistani school in Oman
Saadia Mesti
111-119
The Effective Integration of Flipped Classroom in ELT Contexts: A Review of Recent Literature
Maryam Haghi
120-132
Evaluation of Hypermedia Tools in Terms of Usability Heuristics for
English Language Teaching
Vikas Rao Naidu, Shyamala Srinivas, Mahmood  Al Raisi & Vishal Dattana
133-149
Nurturing Entrepreneurship Skills, Creativity and Communication Skills: An Exploratory Study on Omani Arab EFL Learners
Samia Naqvi
150- 168
Cloud Implementation to Assist Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages in HEI’s in Sultanate of Oman
Anjum Zameer Bhat, Baldev Singh & Teba Fadhil Mohsin
169-183
The Role of Problem Based Learning in Engaging and Empowering Omani
EAP Learners: An Exploratory Study
Moin Amena
184-196
PgCert Student-faculty Perspectives on Online Collaborative Projects: A case from Middle East College
Samir Mohand Cherif
197-211
Principled Eclecticism in the Classroom: Exploring the use of  Alternative
Methodologies in ELT
Thomas Brett
212- 228
Language Policy and the Use of English as the Medium of Instruction in Pakistan
Saadia Mesti
229-237
Exploiting Gamification and Interactive Activities to Achieve Better Students’ Engagement in ELT Classes
Ramesh Govindarajan
238-251
A Structural Approach to E-learning During COVID–19 Pandemic
Zeb Fatima
252- 258
Investigating Omani College Teachers’ Perspective on Critical Media Literacy
Asma Al Aufi
259-272
Education Resilience in the Time of COVID-19
Faisal Al Saidi, Issa Al Hinai & Basim Al Mushaifri
273- 283
Globalization and its Impact on Higher Education: The Case of Colleges  of Technology in Oman
Saud Albusaidi
284-297
A Small-Scale Exploratory Study on Omani College Students’ Perception of Pragmatic Meaning Embedded in Memes
Maher Al Rashdi
298-313
Methods for Learning English Vocabulary Employed by Iraqi EFL
Learners at University of Technology
Lina Lafta Jassim
314- 328
Significance of Mother Tongue influence on Saudi Female EFL Learners: a Critical Discourse Analysis
Shadma Iffat Rahmatullah
329-342
An Insight into Female EFL Learners’ Difficulties and Needs in Writing: The Case of Secondary High Schools in Saudi Arabia
Fatima Yousef  Alzahrani, Eatedal Mohammed Alghamdi Maysa Mohammad Sadiq Qutob
343- 359
Students’ Perception of the Use of Learning Management System to Facilitate Flipped Learning Experience for English Language Teaching in Private Higher Education Institution in Oman: A Developmental Evaluation
Asma Al Aufi & Vikas Rao Naidu
360-377
A Correlation Study of Pakistani EFL Teachers’ Professional discerning and their Critical Thinking
Muhammad Akram & Anser Mahmood
378- 387
Grammar Teaching: A Case Study of a Pakistani School in Sultanate of Oman
Saadia Mesti
388-399
The Impact of the Virtual Programs in Promoting English Language Learning in the Context of Middle East College
Zainab Al-Ajmi
400-415
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