Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL Number 9. July 2023            Pp.1-2

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Contents 1-2

 ChatGPT’s Capabilities in Spotting and Analyzing Writing Errors Experienced by EFL Learners

Jeehaan Algaraady & Mohammad Mahyoob

3-17

 Using Literary Texts in Developing Intercultural Competence of Foreign English Language Learners in Virtual Space

Vipin K Sharma, Kiran Kumar Kalapala, S.Sreejana & Narasimha Murthy S V

18-28

Padlet Mobile Training Model for Novice Omani EFL In-service Teachers

Siham Al Aamri, Cécile Gabarre, Serge Gabarre & Salwa Al Anqoudi

29-48

 Pictorial-Based Learning Model for Remote Vocabulary Learning: A Systematic Review

Nurul Hanna Hamsan, Mohd Haniff Mohd Tahir & Benjamin Loh Hsien Ing

49-66

 The Future of English as a Foreign Language Teaching and Learning in View of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the MENA Region

Manal Mohammed Taher Qutub, Syeda Saima Ferheen Bukhari, Sahar Ali Fadel & Hind Sulaiman Abdulkader Aljuhani

67-86

 Classroom Discourse Analysis of Computer-Mediated Communication during  COVID-19

Mona Bani Alkahtani

87-104

Station Rotation with Gamification Approach to Increase Students’ Engagement in Learning English Online

Zhao Xiangze & Zaleha Abdullah

105-121

Online Asynchronous Learning English for Specific Purposes Terminology

Svitlana Kolomiiets, Lyudmyla Guryeyeva & Svitlana Kulieznova

122-134

 Challenges and Difficulties Faced  by ESP Teachers in Teaching during COVID-19 Pandemic in Iraq

Edhah Numan Khazaal

135-146

Online Learning is a City without Police: Influence of Proficiency on Libyan EFL Learners’ Perceptions

Aliakbar Imani & Mohammed Abulqasem Mohammed Elasfar

147-160

Gamified English Language Learning in Ukraine: Critical Divide between Tradition and Innovation

Olha Matviienko, Svitlana Kuzmina & Zoya Yanishevska

161-172

Online Teaching Materials for Vocabulary Learning: Assessing Its Effects Among ESL Primary Students

Mohd Haniff Mohd Tahir, Intan Safinas Mohd Ariff Albakri, Mazlin Mohamed Mokhtar, Puteri Zarina Megat Khalid & Haddi @ Junaidi Kussin

173-188

Affording Vietnamese EFL Students’ Critical Thinking in Video-Translation Tasks

 Do Minh Hung

189-201
 Professionally Significant Personality Traits and Soft Power Skills Development in Esp TeachingTetyana Tarnavska, Nataliia Glushanytsia, Erman Akilli, Olha Nahorna & Dmytro Kostenko 202-218

Cognitive, Social, and Teaching Presences among Postgraduate Students on the Mobile Instant Messaging Platform

Siti Norzaimalina Abd Majid & Abdul Rahim Salam

219-233

ESL Learners’ Qualitative Perspective on Learner-to-Instructor Interaction in Blended Environment

 Sangeeth Ramalingam, Melor & Harwati HashimMd Yunus

234-248

PowerAR: A Tool for Improving ESL Year Six Pupils’ Reading Comprehension

Nur Ainil Sulaiman, Nor Azwahanum Nor Shaid & Jane Anthony Pragasam

249-261

Perceptions of ESL Undergraduates Regarding the Impact of Smartphones on Learning the English Language

Hu Yurong

262-273

The Impact of Using the Multimedia Modality Principle to Teach Shakespearean Drama

Fahad Aljabr & Zakariya A. Bani-Salameh

274-291

Implementing Distance Learning during COVID-19 in Morocco: Pedagogical Gains, Challenges, and Leaners’ Attitudes

Hassane Benlaghrissi  

292-304

 The Analysis of Feasibility in EFL Textbook: A Contribution to Kurikulum Merdeka

Senowarsito, Suwandi, Siti Musarokah & Sukma Nur Ardini

305-319

Formation of the Operational Skills of Using Information and Communication Technologies in the Professional Activity of a Future Pedagogue

Oleksii Anatoliiovych Lystopad, Iryna Kostiantynivna Mardarova, Irina Anatoliivna Kniazheva &  Olena Albertivna Kudriavtseva

320-339
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