Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 12. Number1.  March 2021                                    Pp.1-2

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Contents
Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue
Contents 1-2
Is Foreign Language Teaching Possible Without School? Distance Learning Experiences of Foreign Language Students at Ataturk University During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Ebubekir Bozavlı
3-18
Teaching English Speaking Online versus Face-to-Face: Saudi Students’ Experience during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Abdulrahman Alzamil
19-27
The Need for Translation in the Globalized World
English Arabic Contact in the Algerian Academic Context
Hicham BENMOKHTARI
28 -39
Using Parallel Corpora in the Translation Classroom: Moving towards a Corpus-driven Pedagogy for Omani Translation Major Students
Awad Alhassan , Yasser Muhammad Naguib Sabtan & Lamis Omar
40- 58
Interventions to Improve a Practicum Course for EFL Teachers in Saudi Arabia
Khadija A. Alamoudi
59-70
Boosting EFL Learners Critical Thinking through Guided Discovery: a Classroom-Oriented Research on First-Year Master Students
Wahida YAICHE
71 -89
Metacognitive Awareness of Reading Strategies on Second Language Vietnamese Undergraduates
Hieu Manh Do & Huong Le Thu Phan
90-112
The Effect of Explicit Instruction of Requests on Saudi EFL learners using a pre-test, post-test Approach
Israa A Qari
113-127
Charting New Venues for Teaching Literary Texts through Black English Vernacular in EFL Context: Case of H.B. Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Yamina ILES & Amine BELMEKKI
128-138
Motivation toward English Language Learning among Students of Different Fields of Study: A Case of Iraqi University Students
Raed Latif Ugla
139-151
The Causal Theory of Names: Between Theory and Practice
Sa’ida Walid Al-Sayyed
152-164
Learning to Present in English: Exploring the Voices of Preparatory-Year Female Undergraduates in Saudi Arabia
Noura Ali Alghamdi
165-180
The Effectiveness of Internet and Mobile Applications in English Language Learning for Health Sciences’ Students in a University in the United Arab Emirates
Omnia Ibrahim Mohamed
181-197
The Comparison between the Process-oriented Approach and the Product-oriented Approach in Teaching Writing
The Case of Moroccan EFL Students in Preparatory Classes for the Grandes Ecoles
Mariam Kadmiry
198-214
EFL Learners’ and Teachers’ Perception toward the Use of Online Videos in EFL Classes
Doniazad  Sultan Alshraideh
215 -228
Characterizing English Language Literacy among Famous English Language Educators in China
Jie Lin & Chili Li
229-238
Doing Stylistic Versus Critical Stylistic: An Analysis of If by Rudyard Kipling
Suadad Fadhil Kadhum Al-Janabi & Nawar Hussein Rdhaiwi Al-Marsumi
239-252
The Effects of Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy Instruction on Thai EFL Undergraduate Students’ Vocabulary Knowledge and Perceptions
Nuntiporn Raungsawat & Tipamas Chumworatayee
253-269
Structured Input vs. Structured Output Task’s Effects on the Acquisition of the English Causative Forms: Discourse-Level. Structured Input vs. Structured Output Task’s Effects on the Acquisition of the English Causative Forms: Discourse-Level.
Najat Alabdullah
270 -292
English Language Pronunciation Barriers Encountered by the Expatriate Students at King Saud University, Riyadh
Kesavan Vadakalur Elumalai , Mohammad Sufian Abdullah, Jayendira P Sankar & Kalaichelvi R
293 -308
Impact of EMI on Omani Engineering Students’ Academic Performance
Holi Ibrahim Holi Ali
309-324
The Syntax of Multiple Determination in Arabic: An anti- residual relative clause/close-apposition account
Saleh Jarallah AlQahtani
325-338
Investigating Saudi EFL Students’ Knowledge and Beliefs Related to English Reading Comprehension
Saud Alenezi
339- 356
Utilizing Learners’ Linguistic Landscape as a Pedagogical Resource in the
Translation Classroom: A case study in the Sultanate of Oman
Ali Algryani & Syerina Syahrin
357-373
Teachers’ Perceptions of Customizing Students’ Learning through Differentiated Instruction at a Tertiary level
Munira Said Al Siyabi & Dalal Abdullah Al Shekaili
374 -387
Global Issues in ESP Classroom: Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education
Yana Diachkova , Lilia Sazhko , Liudmyla Shevchenko & Anastasiia Syzenko
388 -400
The Low Co-occurrence of Nominalization and Hedging in Scientific Papers Written by Chinese EFL Learners
Xiao Liu
401 -420
Uncovering New Paths to Adaptation: A Case Study of Malaysian English as a Second Language Pre-service Teachers
Taghreed El Masry & Eman I Alzaanin
421-442
Olha Turko , Tetiana Kravchuk , Oleksandra Kashuba , Halyna Navolska & Ivan Kutsyi 443-457
Student Teachers’ Listening Fluency Interaction Patterns: The Use of Similar News Stories in Narrow Listening
Refi Ranto Rozak , Mursid Saleh ,Dwi Anggani Linggar Bharati & Djoko Sutopo
458-  479
The Effects of Situational and Perceived Interest on EFL Reading Comprehension: A Gender-Based Study at the University of Algiers 2
Mohammed Akhrib & Fatma Zohra Mebtouche Nedjai
480-497
Challenges and Strategies in Teaching Speaking Skills to the Yemeni EFL
Learners at Aden University: A Case Study
Abdulbari Mahboob Ahmed Al-Hassaani & Abdulkarim Fadhl Mahmood Qaid
498 -514
A Comparative Study of Boosters between Genders in the Introduction Section
Mazlin Mohamed Mokhtar, Harwati Hashim , Puteri Zarina Megat Khalid , Intan Safinas Mohd Ariff Albakri & Norfaizah Abdul Jobar
515-526
Proposed Model to Assist Saudi Postgraduate Students in their English Academic Writing
Noof Saleh Alharbi
527-542
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