Volume 7. Issue 4: December 2005
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Foreword & Index: Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Hong Wang and Liying Cheng. The Impact of Curriculum Innovation on the Cultures of Teaching
Article 2. Mohamed El-Okda. A Proposed Model for EFL Teacher Involvement in On-going Curriculum Development
Article 3. Hu-chin Yeh. Teacher Study Groups as a Vehicle to Strengthen EFL Teachers Professional Identity and Voice
Article 4. John Adamson. Teacher Development in EFL: What is to be Learned Beyond Methodology in Asian Contexts?
Article 5. Mervyn J. Wighting, Deanna L. Nisbet and Evie R. Tindall. Exploring a Summer English Language Camp Experience in China: A Descriptive Case Study
Article 6. Xiuping Li. An Analysis of Chinese EFL learners Beliefs about the Role of Rote Learning in Vocabulary Learning Strategies
Article 7. Joanne Rajadurai. Revisiting the Concentric Circles: Conceptual and Sociolinguistic Considerations
Article 8. Evelyn Doman. Current Debates in SLA
Article 9. Ann Dashwood. Alternatives to Questioning: Teacher Role in Classroom Discussion
Article 10. Reima Sado Al-Jarf. The Effects of Online Grammar Instruction on Low Proficiency EFL College Students Achievement
Article 11. Pedro Luchini. Task-Based Pronunciation Teaching: A State-of-the-art Perspective
Article 12. Francis Mangubhai. What can EFL Teachers Learn from Immersion Language Teaching?
Article 13. Huw Jarvis. Technology and Change in English Language Teaching (ELT)
Volume 8: November 2005
Erkaya, Odilea Rocha. Benefits of Using Short Stories in the EFL Context
Volume 7: October 2005
Phan Le Ha. Munby s needs analysis model and ESP
Ho, Caroline. E- lectures in teacher education: Boon or bane?
Volume 7. Issue 3: September 2005
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Foreword: Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Essay Dr. David Nunan. Important Tasks of English Education: Asia-wide and Beyond
Article 2. Marc Helgesen. Classroom Practices & Materials. Future Directions.
Article 3. Phan Le Ha. Toward a Critical Notion of Appropriation of English as an International Language.
Article 4. Paul Nation. Teaching Vocabulary.
Article 5. Ahmet Acar. The Communicative Competence Controversy
Article 6. Roger Nunn. Competence and Teaching English as an International Language
Article 7. Alex Poole. Focus on Form Instruction.
Article 8. Anson Yang, Alex Chan, Lil-ko Ho, Bonnie Tam. Does an Open Forum Promote Learning Among Students? A Collaborative-Learning Approach.
Article 9. Ali S.M. Al-Issa. An Ideological Discussion of the Impact of the NNESTs English Language Knowledge on ESL Policy Implementation A Special Reference to the Omani Context .
Article 10. Esmat Babaii & Hasan Ansary. On the Effect of Disciplinary Variation on Transitivity: The Case of Academic Book Reviews
Article 11. Pham Phu Quynh Na. Errors In The Translation Of Topic-Comment Structures Of Vietnamese Into English.
Volume 6: August 2005
Shokrpour, Nasrin. Comparison of Three Methods of Assessing Difficulty
Breen, Paul. Two Examples of CALL Use In The Classroom
Volume 5: July 2005
Sepassi, Forood., & Kamyab, Parvaneh. Iranian University Students Preference for Verb Centered VS. Construction Cues to Sentence Structure
Mahmoud, Abdulmoneim. Collocation Errors Made by Arab Learners of English
Volume 7. Issue 2: June 2005
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Article 1. Xuesong Gao. A Tale of Two Mainland Chinese English Learners.
Article 2. Takahiro Ioroi & Masayoshi Otagaki. Frequency Effects on Japanese EFL Learners Perception of Morphologically Complex Words.
Article 3. Darren Lingley. Spoken Features of Dialogue Journal Writing.
Article 4. Jerry Gebhard & Toshinobu Nagamine. A Mutual Learning Experience: Collaborative Journaling between A Nonnative-Speaker Intern and Native- Speaker Cooperating-Teacher.
Article 5. Yanghee Kim & Jiyoung Kim. Teaching Korean University Writing Class: Balancing the Process and the Genre Approach
Article 6. Akhiro Ito. A Validation Study on the English language test in a Japanese Nationwide University Entrance Examination.
Article 7. Weiping Gu & Juan Liu. Test Analysis of College Students Communicative Competence in English.
Article 8. Siaw Fong Chung. Putting Students Differences in Perspectives: An Introduction to the Individual Developing Model.
Article 9. Joseph Lee. The Native Speaker: An Achievable Model?.
Article 10. Miguel Manetro & Yuko Iwai. Reframing English Language Education in Japan.
Article 11. Mahmoud A. Al-Khatib. English in the Work Place. An Analysis of the Communication Needs of Tourism and Banking Personnel.
Article 12. Paul Robertson. In the Case of L2 Learning -v-Legal Awareness & Responsibility.
Special Edition: May 2005 Conference Proceedings
(1) Dr. Rod Ellis. Principles of Instructed Language Learning
(2) Dr. Phyllis Chew. Asian Realities in English Learning
(3) Marc Helgesen. Classroom Practices & Materials: Future Directions.
(4) Dr. Li Minhsheng. Communicating Effectively with Chinese Learners in the EFL Classroom
(5) Dr. Roger Nunn. Bilingualism and Aspects of Competence as a Holistic Concept.
(6) Dr. John Adamson. Teacher Development in EFL: what is to be learned beyond methodology in Asian contexts?
(7) Mr. Peter Dash. ‘Toward More Equitable and Efficient “Zone” Models supporting English Language Learning: Focus on China and Korea
Volume 4: May 2005
Cross, Jeremy. Taking the First Step CLT Teacher Training in Gifu, Japan.
Hayati, Abdolmajid. The Computer and Language Teaching.
Volume 3: April 2005
Lineman, Maurice., Ha, Peter., Sanders, Scott., Shim, Hae-Shin., & Vercoe, Todd . Evaluation of a trial project for the creation and total integration of English in a mid-sized Private University in Korea
Volume 7. Issue 1: March 2005
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Article 1. Phyllis Chew. Change and Continuity: English Language Teaching in Singapore
Article 2. David Nunan. An Introduction to Task-Based Language Teaching
Article 3. Sayeedur Rahman. Orientations and Motivation in English Language Learning: a Study of Bangladeshi Students at Undergraduate Level
Article 4. Rula Fahmi Bataineh. Jordanian Undergraduate EFL Students Errors in the Use of the Indefinite Article
Article 5. Bolaji Aremo. Nouns Illustrating Adjective-Noun Conversion in English
Article 6. Caroline C. Hwang. Effective EFL Education Through Popular Authentic Materials
Article 7. Joseph Anthony Narciso Z. Tiangco. Using Contemporary Psychological Perspectives in Re-Understanding Taiwanese EFL Development: Observations and Implications for Tertiary Education
Article 8. Ming-Nuan Yang. Nursing Pre-professionals Medical Terminology Learning Strategies
Article 9. Liang Guodong & Han Jing. A Contrastive Study on Disagreement Strategies for Politeness between American English & Mandarin Chinese
Article 10. Yu Hua Chen. Computer Mediated Communication: The Use of CMC to Develop EFL Learners Communicative Competence
Article 11. Neil Heffernan. Leadership in EFL: Time for Change?
Article 12. Deepti Gupta. ELT in India: A Brief Historical and Current Overview
Volume 2: February 2005
Forood, Sepassi., & Dr. Amin Marzban. On the Effects of Economization and Disambiguation in the Production of EFL Learners.
Thompson, Tim., & Gaddes, Mathew. The Importance of Teaching Pronunciation to Adult Learners
Volume 1: January 2005
May, Thor. Rude Thoughts About IT in Language Education