Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 12. Number 3.   September  2021    Pp.1-2

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FL Students’ Awareness of Culture-Specific Words and Concepts: The Challenges and Opportunities for Students in a Saudi Undergraduate English Program

Abdullah Abdulrahman Bin Towairesh

3-15

 University Education in Algeria during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Limitations and Challenges

Nassima Kerras & Salah Eddine Salhi

16-35

 The Theme of Unity in Political Discourse: The Case of President Joe Biden’s Inauguration Speech on the 20th of January 2021

Turki Bani-Khaled &  Sylvia Azzam

36-50

 Palestinian EFL University Students’ Problems with the Reading Sections of the TOEFL Internet-based Test and the Revised TOEFL paper-delivered Test

Enas Abdullah Hammad

51-65

 Assessing Reflection as a Tool of Female Teacher’s Professional Development in Saudi EFL Post-Observation Conferences

Farah Nasser Algraini

66 -81

 Cross-cultural Language Learning: Interpretative Engagement

Anzhelika Solodka, Oksana Filatova, Oksana Hinkevych & Oleksandr Spanatiy

82- 96

 Critical Thinking in Algerian Secondary School EFL Classes: Expectations and Reality

Meriem Baghoussi

97-110

 Family’s Role in Achieving Language Affiliation among Children: A Comparative Study Applied to Some Families

Aljohara Fahad Al Saud

111-128

 Using Advance Organizer Model to Influence the Meaningful Learning of New Concepts for ESL Learners in a Collaborative Classroom

Piyawan Sunasuan & Ubonwan Songserm

129 -143

 How Impoliteness Is Portrayed in a School Context: The Marva Collins as a Case Study

Mariam Fouad Kadhum & Nawal Fadhil Abbas

144-158
El-Sisi’s Speech on the 47th Anniversary of the October Victory: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Dalia Abdelwahab Massoud Abdelwahab

159-173
The Impact of Collaborative Writing on EFL Learners’ Writing Development: A Longitudinal Classroom-Based Study in Saudi Arabia

Khaled Salem Aldossary

174 -185
“Bloometizing” the EFL Literature Classroom through a Dialogic Model:‎ A Barometer for Academic Change

Amina Bouali

186-200
Author’s Digression in the English Literary Text Space: Types of Cohesion

Iryna Arkhipova

201-215
The Socio-Cultural Impress on the Promotion of Self-Directed-Learning in Algerian Universities

Hanaà BERREZOUG

216-231
Promoting Azerbaijani Students’ Intercultural Competence through Distance Education of Foreign Languages

Sevda Imanova

232-241
Students’ Motivation to Learn English as a Foreign Language in the Context of Saudi Arabian Learners

Hind Aljuaid

242-256
A Pragma- Stylistic Analysis of Formal Congratulatory Letters in English and Arabic

Muna Y. Al-Janabi & Ibtihal M. Al-Tememi

257-277
A Review on Instructing English through Literary Genre

Nadia HAMIMED

278-293
Stylistic Portrait of English Fantasy Texts (Based on Jordan’s The Eye of the World, Martin’s A Game of Thrones, Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets)

Nataliia Glinka, Yuliia Zaichenko & Anastasiia Machulianska

294-307
Teacher Electronic Written Corrective Feedback, Trends and Future Directions

Omar Abdullah Altamimi & Mona Masood

308-322
An Empirical Evaluation of Two College English Textbooks in China Based on the China Standards English Framework

Xinying Li & Marilyn Fernandez Deocampo

323-337
Exploring Psychotypology as an Affective factor of Cross-Linguistic Influence:  Case of Algerian Multilingual Learners

Fatima Zohra Athmani & Yasmine Boukhedimi

338-350
Gifted High School Students’ Needs for English Learning in Vietnam Contexts

Do Minh Hung & Nguyen Thi Thu Ai

351-365
Listening Skills: Important but Difficult to Learn

Jwahir Alzamil

366-374
Foreign Language Teaching of Ukrainian University Students in a Distance Learning Environment

Olena Pylypenko & Liubov Kozub

375-384
Reading Habits and their Correlation with Reading Achievement among ESL Learners in Selected Malaysian Secondary Schools 

Isyaku Hassan, Mohd Nazri Latiff Azmi, Siti Normala Muhamad & Ahmad Taufik Hidayah Abdullah

385-399
Exploring Functional Nature of English Anthroponyms in Literary Texts for Children

Olena Hlushchenko, Yiliia Didur, Ludmyla Okulova & Kateryna Pylypiuk

400-410
Mastering Prepositions in English: Explicit versus Implicit Instruction

Rafe S. Zaabalawi

411- 431
Intercultural Activities in Teaching Foreign Languages: Modern Ukrainian Dimension

Tetiana Mykhailivna Korolova & Oleksandra Volodymyrivna Popova

432-449
A Study on Classroom Discourse in Enhancing Metacognition to Develop Writing Skill  in Saudi EFL Students

Emtenan Agili & Bhagya Prabhashini C

450-463
An Exploratory Study of EFL Teachers’ Assessment Conceptions at a Saudi University

Ahmad Qadi

464-485
Agency as Rhetorical Device in the Discourse of kids Animated Learning Videos on Covid- 19 Virus 486-506
Boosted with Online Learning to Improve English Language Teachers’ Proficiency

Szarmilaa Dewie, Helmi Norman & Melor Md. Yunus

507-523
Factors Influencing Non-Native EFL Teachers’ Identity Construction at a Saudi School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Juliana Othman & Sultan Fahd Aljuhaishi

524-535
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