Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on Communication and Language in Virtual Spaces, January 2023

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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Contents 1-2

International E-Tandems: A Tool for Increasing Student Motivation in the Foreign Language Classroom
Daniel Schug & Thierry Torea

3-16

Moodle in the Algerian EFL Context during Covid-19:  Exploring Students’ Attitudes and Academic Achievements

Nadia GHOUNANE & Hanane RABAHI

17-32

Students’ Perceptions towards E-Learning as a Method of Instruction during Covid-19 Pandemic in Moroccan Universities

Abdelouahed LAACHIR,  Elhassane EL HILALI, Mohammed MOUBTASSIME & Abderrahim El KARFA

33-48

Ukrainian EFL Learners’ Use and Views of Electronic Dictionaries: a Case Study in Higher Education

Nataliia Zamkova, Nataliia Tymoshchuk & Nataliia Havryliuk

49-61

Developing the Intercultural Competence of Algerian University Students through Virtual Intercultural Exchanges

Manal. H. B. Stambouli & Hanane SARNOU

62-74

Tools for Implementing Distance Learning during the War: Experience of Uzhhorod National University, Ukraine

Veronika BANYOI, Olesya KHARKIVSKA, Halyna SHKURKO & Mariіa YATSKIV

75-87 

Lexical Innovation between Unification and Purism: The Case of Corona-Related Terminology in Arabic-Broadcasting Media

Taoufik DJENNANE

88-98

Educational Technology to Enhance EFL Learners’ Research Skills: The Case of Third-Year Students at Naama University Center, Algeria

Nadjia BOUSSEBHA

99-113

Relevance of Infographics, Collages, and Videos in the Learning of Medical English

Dalal A. Bahanshal

114-129

Fostering Intercultural Communicative Competence and Student Autonomy through  Project-Based Learning

Nataliia Avsheniuk, Olena Lutsenko, Nataliya Seminikhyna & Tetiana Svyrydiuk

130-143

An Assessment of Undergraduate EFL Students’ Intercultural Competence at Ibn Khaldoun University of Tiaret

Ahmed Mehdaoui

144-156

Developing Learners’ Intercultural Communicative Competence through Online Exchanges: Case of Third-Year Students in Algeria

Nadia LOUAHALA

157-164

Social Networks and Language Applications, Other Means of Learning? Students of English at Tlemcen University

Mohamed El Amine DENDANE & Zoubir DENDANE

165-176

Copyright Breach: Notions, Aspects, and Keys

 Nadia HAMIMED

177-188 

Effects of Critical Thinking Disposition on Foreign Language Proficiency in Foreign Language Learning: Evidence from China

Ling Xu, Tina Abdullah, Qian Liu & Nur ‘Ain Mohd Shahroom

189-205 

Students’ English Language Usage of Facebook during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Wassila BOUKLIKHA

206-214

Changing Nature of English Tourism Discourse: A Linguistic Approach

Natalia Koval, Beata Kushka, Olena Nagachevska, Valeriia Smaglii & Lesya Uhryn

215-225

The Impact of Social Media on Literature

Saed Jamil Shahwan

226-245

Teacher-Based Courses Versus Internet-Driven Courses in EFL Milieux: A Contrastive Proposal

El-Alia Wafaâ ZAGHAR

246-257

Negotiating Identity through Multimodal Meaning Making: Investigation of Investment, Imagination and Choice in a Virtual Saudi EFL Context

Noura Ali Alghamdi

458-274

Saudi Ph.D. Sojourners’ Construction of Identities on Twitter: An Online-Ethnographic Study in the United Kingdom

Badryah Almesfer

275-303

What’s Next? Challenges of Teaching English in the Post-Covid-19 Pandemic in Kuwait

Munirah AlAjlan & Marouj Ani

304-323

Integrating Technology in ESL Reading Classroom: Accounting Pupils’ Perspectives

Jane Anthony Pragasam & Nur Ainil Sulaiman

324-342

Omani Students’ Satisfaction with Independent Learning Tools during Covid-19

Kodhandaraman Chinnathambi, Salim Said Bani Orabah,Siti Sarah Rani & Latha Anandan

363-373

 

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