Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 13. Number 1. March  2022          Pp.1-2

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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Contents 1-2
The Efficacy of Completing Form-focused Tasks Collaboratively vs Individually: Utilizing Interventionist Dynamic Assessment to Quantify Learning Gains
James Scotland
3-26
Dictogloss in Saudi EFL Context: Potential Effects on Students’ Writing Skill and Attitudes towards Learning English
Hashem A. Alsamadani
27- 37
Effects of Cooperative Learning on Cognitive Engagement and Task Achievement: A Study of Omani Bachelor of Education Program EFL Students
Moosa Ahmed Ali Sulaiman & Vijay Singh Thakur
38- 55
English Language Learning Strategies during COVID-19 in the Middle East: A Systematic Review
Mohammad N. Khreisat
56-71
72-86
The Relationship between Test-Taking Strategies and Thai Students’ Reading Comprehension Test Performance
Chonrachai Ketworrachai &  Pattama Sappapan
87-103
Making Sense of Texts:  EFL Students’ Intercultural Competence and Interpretation Depth
Iryna Alyeksyeyeva, Tetyana Chaiuk, Iryna Kovalchuk & Elizaveta Galitska
104-116
Exploring Learners’ and Teachers’ Preferences Regarding Written Corrective Feedback Types in Improving Learners’ Writing Skill
Reguieg Fatima Zohra &   Hamitouche Fatiha
 117- 128
Investigating the Low English Proficiency of Saudi EFL Learners
Hammad Ali Alshammari
129-144

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Parents’ Perspectives towards Implementing English-Medium Instruction at Tertiary Education in Oman
Thuraya Khalifa Al-Riyami & Chinthana Sandaruwan Dayananda

145-160
Use of Discourse Markers among Senior University Students
Ali Alsaawi
161-172
Using Genre-Based Approach to Teach Persuasive Netvertisement for English Learners in a Chinese Vocational College
Yi He
173- 195
Migrating Vs. Decentralizing MOOC-based e-content to Teaching MA Language and Communication Students
Rafik El Amine Ghobrini & Hanane Sarnou
196-210
Educators’ Attitudes toward Teaching Western Literature to Saudi University Students
Huda B. Al-Matrafi
211-239
Collocation Networks of Selected Words in Academic Writing: A Corpus-Based Study
Eman Adil Jaafar
240-255
A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Speech of Her Royal Highness Princess Reema Bint Bander Al-Saud: A Saudi Woman Empowerment Model
 Maha H Alsoraihi
256- 272
Anti-Essentialist Culture Conception for Better Intercultural Language Teaching  in EFL Contexts
Mohamed Toufik Ghaffour
273 – 284
Omani EFL Learners` Vocabulary Learning Strategies
Behnam Behforouz & Ali Al Ghaithi
285- 299
Saudi Politeness: Request and Apology in the Context of Study and Work at King Abdulaziz University:A Pragmatic Study
Nahed Moussa Farrag
300 -312
From Natural Translanguaging to Planned Translanguaging: Developing Classroom Translanguaging as Pedagogy in a Private University in China  
Yumei Zhang & Andrew Jocuns
313 -329
Cartoons as the Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition Tool for English Language Learners
Nermeen Singer
330- 341
The Impact of Raising Awareness of Arabic and English Word Order Differences on Arabs’ English Use
Shahinaz Abdullah Bukhari
342 -351
Questioning Intercultural Communication Skills Absence in Five Algerian Universities Digital Challenge
 Aziza KORAN & Hanane SARNOU
352-365
Investigating the Effects of Critical Reading Skills on Students’ Reading Comprehension
Muhammad A. Al Roomy
366-381
Vocabulary Learning Strategies in ESP Context: Knowledge and Implication
Sahar M. Al Zahrani & Anjum Chaudhary
382- 393
The Responses and Attitudes of the University of Nottingham Students toward Learning Styles
 Pawan Asghar Talib
394-407
The Effects of Mobile Game-Based Learning on Saudi EFL Foundation Year Students’ Vocabulary Acquisition
Amal Abdullah Alhebshi & Nada Gamlo
408-425
Linguistic Landscape of Bilingual Shop Signs in Saudi Arabia
Wafa Jeza Alotaibi & Ohoud Alamri
426-449
Teachers’ Experience in E-assessment: Case Study of EFL Teachers in  Algerian Universities
Hadjira Hichour
450-461
Cothematic Intertextuality in a Sociocognitive Discourse-Analytical Perspective
Amir H.Y. Salama
462-476
The Role of Literature in Boosting EFL University Students’ Critical Thinking:  Case of First-year Students in Algeria
Nawel Meriem OUHIBA
477-485
Saudi Students’ Attitudes to the Use of Subtitles to Improve Their Listening Skills
 Abdulrahman Alzamil
486-494
Researcher/Writer Identity: Exploring Awareness, Manifestations and Implications of EFL Scholars’ and Applied linguists’ Identities
Abdelmagid Abdelrahman Awadelkarim
495-524
Drama-Based Approach in English Language Teaching
Latéfa Bessadet
525-533
Challenges of Short Sentence Writing Encountered by First-Year Saudi EFL Undergraduate Students
Ahmed Ibrahim Alsalami
534-549

 

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