Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 14. Number 1 March 2023                              Pp-1-2

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Contents

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Contents 1-2

Investigating the Effects of Speaker Variability on Arabic children’s Acquisition of English Vowels

Wafaa Alshangiti, Bronwen G. Evans & Mark Wibrow

3-27

Challenges and Strategies Taken by English Language Educators in Tertiary Institutions during Emergency Remote Teaching and Learning (ERTL)

Maslawati Mohamad, Siti Mahirah Ab Wahab & Saadiah Kummin

28-42

Efficacy of Problem-Based Learning Strategy to Enhance EFL Learners’ Paragraph Writing and Grammar Skills

Rashed Zannan Alghamdy

43-58

Multimodal Resources and Students’ Motivation in English for Specific Purposes

Svitlana Fedorenko & Tetiana Kravchenko

59-70

A Corpus-based Pronunciation Teaching Model: A Conceptual Paper

Bojie Qian & Farhana Diana Deris

71-88

Exploring Gifted Secondary School Students’ Needs for English Learning in Saudi Arabia

Muhammad Manasrah, Iman Alzobi & Norah Alelyaniani, Noha Alharthi

89-104

English Teachers’ Use of Multiple Modalities

Nibal AbdelKarim Mousa Malkawi, Nazzem Mohammad Abdullah Attiyat, Fatima Mohammad Hasan Ismael  , Atika Mohammad Hasan Ismael & Mahmoud Ali Ibrahim Rababah

105-119

Efficiency Degree of Emergency Digital Teaching during Covid-19 Pandemic on Achieving Students’ Quality Learning Outcomes in Saudi Univirsities

Omar Ali Alrafayia & Awad H. Alshehri

120-136

Using Ideological Conflict to Create Carcinogen Risk in Arabic Scientific Discourse: A Corpus-Based Study

Huda H. Khalil &  Nassier A. G. Al-Zubaidi

137-152

Goal-Setting Displayed by Vietnamese EFL Students

Do Minh Hung

153-165

Enhancing Academic Writing Vocabulary Use through Direct Corpus Consultation: Saudi English Majors’ Perceptions and Experiences

Raniya Abdullah Alsehibany & Safaa M. Abdelhalim

166-182

Gender Stereotypes in Moroccan EFL Textbooks’ Illustrations: Content and Critical Image Analysis

Hassane Benlaghrissi

183-198

Unlocking the Potential of Translanguaging: Teachers’ perspectives to Maximize Learner Outcomes

Ruqayyah Nasser Moafa

199-222

EFL Student-Directed Feedback for Improving Academic Writing Skills in Thailand

Sureepong Phothongsunan

223-231

Conceptual Representations in Sherko Bekas’ Gray: A Cognitive Stylistic Study

Khalid Ali Abdalla & Azad Hasan Fatah

232-252

High-Proficiency L1 and L2 English Learners’ Morphological Words in Writing

Xixiang Lou & Guanghui Ma

253-265

Multilingual Practices and Trans-Language Methods in Teaching English

Anzhelika Solodka, Tetiana Moroz, Tetiana Filippyeva & Lyudmila Maystrenko

266-279

Bottom-up Processing to Help Learners with Decoding: Planning, Implementing, and Reflecting on a Lesson

Jayaron Jose

280-299
Teaching Critical Media Literacy to Fight Fake News in Moroccan Higher Education: Focus on Facebook and YouTube

Ouahiba Er-raid & Ahmed Chouari

300-315

Essential Traits of Influential Professors in Virtual Teaching from EFLLs’ Perspectives
Hanan Dhia Akef Alsalihi

316-333

The Efficiency of Metaverse Platforms in Language Learning  Based on Jordanian Young Learners’ Perceptions

Basmah Issa Ahmad AlSaleem

334-348

Pragmatic Awareness of Speech Acts, Politeness, and Grice Maxims of Iraqi EFL Postgraduate Students

Rana Yousif Abdulateef & Hanan Najim Abd Ali

349-368

The Effect of Blogs on Jordanian EFL Eighth-grade Students’ Achievement in English

Hamza Al-Maharmah & Jibrel Al-Saudi

369-378

Teaching Anxiety in Foreign Language Classroom: A Review of Literature

Hameed Gannoun & Farhana Diana Deris

379-393

Influence of Language Coaching Techniques on Undergraduate Students’ Motivation in the Process of Foreign Languages Teaching at Non-linguistic Specialties

Lyubov Zablotska, Tetiana Olendr & Iryna Tsar

394-408

Academic Writing of Saudi Graduate Students: Issues and Improvements

Fawaz Al Mahmud & Mohammad Afzal ur Rahmanu

409-427

Speech Acts of Apology and Request by Arab Postgraduates with Malaysian Supervisors

Mohammed Abulqasem Mohamnmed Elasfar, Hema Roshney binti Mustafa, Mustafa Mubarak Pathan & Aliakbar Imani

428-448

Factors Influencing Interpersonal Interactions among Students from Different Nationalities Using English Language as the Primary Means of Their Daily Communication

Abdul Qahar Sarwaria*, Mohammad Nubli Abdul Wahaba & , Mohamad Hilmi Mat Saida

449-457

English Language and Communicative Proficiency of Saudi Tourism and Hospitality Students: A Present Situation Analysis

Eidhah Abdullah Al-Malki

458-475

ESP and Business English for Postgraduate Students in the Department of Economics, Tahri Mohamed University, Bechar, Algeria

Gouabi Khadam

476-485

Phonological Features of Saudi Arabian Anthroponyms

Yasser A. S. Al Tamimi &  Michael Smith

486-501

Exploring Lexico-Grammatical Patterns in Saudi Press Reportage: A Multidimensional Analysis

Sadia Ali & Muhammad Alir

502-512

Test Control of English Grammatical and Lexical Competencies of Secondary School Pupils in Ukraine

Nataliia Ponomarenko, Maryna Smuhliakova, Nataliia Mochalova & Valeriia Fomichova

513-528

Book Review : The Literacy Approach to Teaching Foreign Languages

Author: Ana Halbach & Reviewer: Ning Liu

529-532

 

 

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