Journal 2007

Volume 9 Issue 4: December 2007

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Foreword & Index: Dr. John Adamson

Article 1. Rod Ellis. Educational Settings and Second Language Learning
Article 2. Rias van den Doel. International Intelligibility in EIL
Article 3. Ahmet Acar. Standards and Competence in English as an International Language Pedagogy
Article 4. Rana Yildirim and Zuhal Okan. The Question of Global English-Language Teaching: A Turkish Perspective
Article 5. Rajabali Askarzadeh Torghabeh. EIL, Variations and the Native Speaker s Model
Article 6. Roger Nunn. Redefining Communicative Competence for International and Local Communities
Article 7. Anita Dewi. Shifts in NNESTs Professional Identity: An Impact of Language and Culture Immersion
Article 8. Seyyed Ayatollah Razmjoo. High Schools or Private Institutes Textbooks? Which Fulfill Communicative Language Teaching Principles in the Iranian Context?
Article 9. Saleh M. Al-Salman. Global English and the Role of Translation
Article 10. Mingxu Liu and Limei Zhang. Student Perceptions of Native & Non-native English Teachers Attitudes, Teaching Skills Assessment and Performance
Article 11. Peter Ilic & Stuart D. Warrington. Pre-testing the Annual Activities Survey for Language Teachers (AASLT)
Article 12. Julide Inozu, Seden Tuyan and Emine Cakir Surmeli. Overcoming Affective Barriers for Continuous Language Learning
Article 14. Roger Nunn and John Adamson. Towards the Development of Alternative Criteria for International Journal Paper Evaluation
Article 15. Hong Li and Qingying Lin. The Role of Revision and Teacher Feedback in a Chinese College Context
Article 16. Mansoor Fahim and Reza Pishghadam. On the Role of Emotional, Psychometric, and Verbal Intelligences in the Academic Achievement of University Students Majoring in English Language
Article 17. J. R. Baker, Y W. Luo, & Y.Y. Hung. Helping Daunted Low Level Adult EFL Learners Get a Fresh Start with a Literature Ladder
Article 18. Julide Inozu and Gulden Ilin. How Do Learners Perceive E-Language Learning Programs in Their Local Context
Article 19. Akemi Katayama. Japanese EFL Students Preferences toward Correction of Classroom Oral Errors
Article 20. Pham Phu Quynh Na. Some Strategies for Teaching English to Multi-level Adult ESL Learners: A Challenging Experience in Australia


Volume 24: November 2007

Deng Dafei. An Exploration of the Relationship Between Learner Autonomy and English Proficiency

Jo Mynard. A blog as a Tool for Reflection for English Language Learners


Volume 23: October 2007

Yasunari Fujii. Making the Most of Search Engines for Japanese to English Translation: Benefits and Challenges

Patrick Foss, Nathaniel Carney, Kurtis McDonald and Matthew Rooks. Project-Based Learning Activities for Short-Term Intensive English Programs


Volume 9 Issue 3: September 2007

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Foreword & Index: Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Ishien Li, Hua-Huei Chiou and Shu-Ju Lee. Kindergarteners Temperament and Cortisol Response to Structured English Immersion (SEI) Programs in Taiwan
Article 2. Zhao Na. A Study of High School Students English Learning Anxiety
Article 3. Daniel J. McIntyre. Preparation for Long-Term Overseas Study: Toward an Integrated Approach
Article 4. John Unger. A Developmental Analysis of a Concept Map, Speech, and Gesture
Article 5. Manfred Wu Man-fat. The Relationships between the Use of Metacognitive Language-learning Strategies and Language-learning Motivation among Chinese-speaking ESL learners at a Vocational Education Institute in Hong Kong
Article 6. Nuray Alagozlu. Critical Thinking and Voice in EFL Writing
Article 7. Michiaki Omori. The Effect of Short-Term Exposure on Familiarity with Accented English for Japanese EFL Learners
Article 8. Massoud Rahimpour & Massoud Yaghoubi-Notash. Examining Gender-based Variability in Task-prompted, Monologic L2 Oral Performance
Article 9. Masoud Khalili Sabet and Manikeh Youhanaee. The Relationship between Syntactic Clustering of Obligatory/Null Subject Parameters and Proficiency Levels in L2 Acquisition:New Evidence from a Grammaticality Judgment Test
Article 10. Karim Sadeghi. The Key for Successful Reader-writer Interaction: Factors Affecting Reading Comprehension in L2 Revisited

Book reviews:

Norman Coe, Mark Harrison, Ken Patterson, John Eastwood, and George Yul. Oxford Practice Grammar Series

L. Cummings. Pragmatics: A multidisciplinary perspective


Volume 22: August 2007

Reima Sado Al-Jarf. Online Instruction and Creative Writing by Saudi EFL Freshman Students

Pedro Luis Luchini & Adolfo Marti­n Garci­a. Integrating the Teaching of Language As and For Communication in the EFL Reading Class: A Case Study


Volume 21: July 2007

Nguyen Thi Mai Hoa. Developing EFL learners intercultural communicative competence: A gap to be filled?

James Venema & Russell Notestine. A Task-Based Curriculum for Homestay Students
Volume 9 Issue 2: June 2007

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Foreword & Index: Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Toshiyuki Takagaki and Naoko Tanabe. High School Freshmen s Responses to Home Economics Conducted in a Non-native Variety of English: A Three-year Survey on Content-based Instruction in Japan
Article 2. Abdullah Ali Al-Eryani. Refusal Strategies by Yemeni EFL Learners
Article 3. Ming-Nuan Yang. Language Learning Strategies for Junior College Students in Taiwan: Investigating Ethnicity and Proficiency
Article 4. Farahman Farroki and Javad Gholami. Reactive and Preemptive Language Related Episodes and Uptake in an EFL Class
Article 5. Ming Wei. An Examination of Vocabulary Learning of College-level Learners of English in China
Article 6. Anson Yang. Cultivating a Reading Habit: Silent Reading at School
Article 7. Ali Jahangard. Evaluation of EFL Materials Taught at Iranian Public High Schools
Article 8. Zheng Lin. Setting EFL Reading Comprehension Questions in Learners L1?
Article 9. Anchalee Sattayatham and Somchoen Honsa, Jr. Medical Students Most Frequent Errors at Mahidol University, Thailand
Article 10. James Moody. Plagiarism or intertextuality?: Approaches to Teaching EFL Academic Writing

Book reviews:
Douglas Biber. University language: A Corpus-based Study of Spoken and Written Registers

Amy Krois-Lindner and TransLegal. International Legal English


Volume 20: May 2007

Huili Wang Yucui Wang.The Addition of an Affect test and Self-assessment into ESL Writing Assessment: Process and effect. A Case Study in a Non-English Major Postgraduate ESL Writing Class

Jiajing Gao. Teaching Writing in Chinese Universities: Finding an Eclectic Approach


Volume 19: April 2007

Meng Liu and Hong Huo. Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in China: Some Common Concerns

Brian G. Rubrecht. Teaching /l/ and /r/ to Japanese EFL Learners: Support for Segmental-Level Pronunciation Instruction



Volume 9 Issue 1: March 2007
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Foreword & Index: Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Eun-hee, Han. Academic Discussion Tasks: A Study of EFL Students Perspectives
Article 2. Zohreh R. Eslami and Abbass Eslami-Rasekh. Discourse Markers in Academic Lectures
Article 3. Linda Heuser. Collaborating Together: Linked Intercultural Learning Activities for Undergraduate Japanese and American Students
Article 4. Leila B. Iyldyz. Rethinking Validity of the L2 Proficiency Concept: Lessons for EIL
Article 5. Ataollah Maleki and Ebrahim Zangani. A Survey on the Relationship between English Language Proficiency and the Academic Achievement of Iranian EFL Students
Article 6. Abdolmehdi Riazi and Mohammad Javad Riasati. Language Learning Style Preferences: A Students Case Study of Shiraz EFL Institutes
Article 7. Meihua Liu. Chinese Students Motivation to Learn English at the Tertiary Level
Article 8. Nasrin Shokrpour and Mohammad Hossein Fallahzadeh. A Survey of the Students and Interns EFL Writing Problems in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
Article 9. Lixia Wang. Theme and Rheme in the Thematic Organization of Text: Implications for Teaching Academic Writing
Article 10. Greta J. Gorsuch.Developing The Course for College Level English as a Foreign Language Learners and Faculty Members in Vietnam
Article 11. Jennifer L. Smith. The Contribution of EFL Programs to Community Development in China
Article 12. Anthony Bruton. Description or Prescription for Task-Based Instruction? A Reply to Littlewood

Book reviews:
Meena Singhal. Landing a College Job: A Practical Guide for English, ESL, and Foreign Language Job Seekers.

Periyasamy Dhanavel. Learning and Teaching English in India.


Volume 18: February 2007

Scott Menking. Three Countries in One Day: Retelling the News

Nazenin Ruso. The Influence of Task Based Learning on EFL Classrooms


Volume 17: January 2007

Yan Xiao-yun., Zhou Zhi-yang., & Dai Peixing. Principled Eclecticism in College English Teaching in China

Xiaoying Wang. Three Ways to Motivate Chinese Students in EFL Listening Classes