Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 12. Number 2.  June 2021                       Pp.1-2
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Contents
Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue  
Contents 1-2
Investigating Competency‐Based Learning Implementation at the Northern Border University (NBU): A Descriptive Analytical Study
Osama H. S. Hassanein
3-21
English As Secondary Language Learning and Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Obstacles in Teaching and Learning the Language
Haida Umiera Hashim, Melor Md Yunus & Helmi Norman
22-30
Impoliteness and Threat Responses in an Iraqi-Kurdish EFL Context
Shurooq A. Ali
31-48
Validating English Language Entrance Test at a Saudi University for Health Sciences
Sabria Jawhar, Manal Al Makoshi, Sajjadllah Alhawsawi & Abdulmohsen Alkushi
49 – 71
Development of Speaking Skills Assessment Criteria for Engineering Students
Zoia Kornieva & Olha Vashchylo
72 -82
Teaching Short Stories through the Use of the Reader-Response Theory: Second-Year Students at Dr. Moulay Tahar University-Saida
Sihem BOUBEKEUR
83- 92
Synchronous and Asynchronous English Writing Classes in the EFL Context: Students’ Practices and Benefits
Nada Bin Dahmash
93-108
Functions of Code Switching from Arabic to English among Jordanian Pilots in their Daily Informal Conversations: A Case Study
Maha S. Yaseen, Rami A. Sa’di & Talha A. Sharadgah
109-124
Existing EFL Pedagogies in Thai Higher Education: Views from Thai University Lecturers
Yusop Boonsuk & Eric A. Ambele
125-141
Language Difficulties Faced by Saudi Diploma Students at King Abdulaziz University: A Case Study
Amal Ibrahim Shousha
142-157
A New Approach for Paraphrasing and Rewording a Challenging Text
Yahya Polat, Satylmysh Bajak & Ainuska Zhumaeva
158-168
An Evaluation of English Department Coursebooks at Komar University: A Case Study
Kochar Ali Saeed, Lanya Mohammed Sabir & Bayar Swara Fatah
169- 184
Involvement in Extracurricular Activities and Overcoming High Levels of Communication Apprehension among Saudi EFL Majors
Lubna Alnaeem
185-208
A Task-based Teaching Approach with Multiple Intelligences Features in Developing Chinese Students’ Speaking Competency
JIAJUN XU
209-221
Iraqi Kurd EFL Learners’ Uses of Conjunctive Adverbials in Essays
Awder Raza Aziz & Rebaz Bahadeen Mohammed Nuri
222-237
The Use of Metadiscursive Markers in Letters of Recommendation: An Investigation of Gender Variations
Hmoud S. Alotaibi
238-250
The Place of Arabic in English as a Foreign Language University Level Classes in Jordan
Tamador Khalaf Abu-Snoubar Bandar Khlil Mukattash
251-267
Teacher-Centered Approach Prevalence in Algerian Secondary-School EFL Classes: The Case of English Teachers and Learners in Mostaganem District
Meriem Baghoussi
268-278
Dynamic Assessment: A Complementary Method to Promote EFL Learning
Shifan Thaha Abdullateef & Fatima  Muhammedzein
279-293
Attitudes of Non-native Speakers of English Studying in Australia towards World Englishes
Aditya Nur Patria
294-305
Vocabulary Learning Strategies Used by Thai High School Students in Science, Language, and English Programs
Panadda Thiendathong& Apisak Sukying
306 -317
Functional Aspects of Interlingual Borrowings: Current Challenges
Oksana Slaba, Yaroslava Padalko, Olena Vasylenko & Larysa Parfenova
318-329
Literature in the Algerian EFL Bachelor of Arts degree: Reading Literature
Yamina BELAL & Ghania Ouahmiche
330-347
The Predictive Ability of High School General Point Average, Standardized Test for English Proficiency, and Type of High School to Foresee the Academic Success of Saudi EFL Freshmen
Nayef Alotaibi
348-363
The Interaction of Possible Worlds through the Prism of Cognitive Narratology
Oksana Babelyuk, Olena Koliasa, Lidiia Matsevko-Bekerska, Olena Matuzkova& Nina Pavlenko
364-376
Service-learning in English as a Second Language Teacher Training Program: Exploring Pre-service Teachers’ Authentic Learning Experiences
Fetylyana Nor Pazilah, Harwati Hashim & Melor Md Yunus
377-398
Strategies of Teaching Writing at Saudi Tertiary-Level Institutions: Reality and Expectations
Khaled Abkar Alkodimi & Arif Ahmed Mohammed Hassan Al-Ahdal
399- 413
Tailoring Potent Courses for ESP Learners: A Way to Better Fulfil their Demands
Fatma ZAGHAR & El-Alia Wafaâ ZAGHAR
414-423
Brain Hemisphericity and Saudi Students’ EFL Reading Comprehension
Manar Almanea
436-456
Literary Characters and their Verbal Mimicry through the Prism of Gestalt Analysis
Iryna Morozova & Olena Pozharytska
457-468
The Role of Language Proficiency in Willingness to Communicate: A Case Study of Saudi EFL Learners
Hassan S. Alqurashi & Haitham A. Althubaiti
469-478
English Linguistic Competencies Formation through Specially Designed Border Guards’ Practical Training
Maiia Karpushyna, Ihor Bloshchynskyi, Ivanna Shumylo, Ilona Isaieva & Olha Mysechko
479-495
Saudi Female EFL Undergraduates’ Knowledge, Perceptions, Problems, and Suggestions for Research Method Courses
Talal Musaed Alghizzi
496 -520
Pragma-linguistic and Socio-pragmatic Transfer among Iraqi Female EFL Learners in Refusing Marriage Proposals
Tabarek Ali Qassim, Nawal Fadhel Abbas, Fatima Falih Ahmed & Sura Hameed
521- 539
Krashen Revisited: Case Study of the Role of Input, Motivation and Identity in Second Language Learning
Francis Bailey & Ahmed Kadhum Fahad
540 -550
Cognition and Language Learning
Editor: Sadia Belkhir, Reviewer: Nadia Idri
551-554
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