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2014

Volume 16, Issue 3 : September 2014 Quarterly Journal

Articles

  1. Foreword by John Adamson
  2. Wang Yumin & Fiona Henderson. Teaching Content Through Moodle to Facilitate Students’ Critical Thinking in Academic Reading
  3. Zuhana Mohd Zin & Wong Bee Eng. Relationship Between Critical Thinking Dispositions and Critical Reading Skills of Malaysian ESL Learners
  4. Yi-Huey Guo. The Influence of Previous Education on College Freshmen’s English Descriptive Writing in Taiwan
  5. Jianzhong Luo & Nolan Weil. Language Learning Strategy Use in an American IEP: Implications for EFL
  6. Yan Zhao & Peter Brown. Building Agentive Identity Through Second Language (L2) Creative Writing: A Sociocultural Perspective on L2 Writers’ Cognitive Processes in Creative Composition
  7. Kaoru Kobayashi & Andrea Little. A Comparison of Vocabulary Learning through Listening and Vocabulary Enhancement Activities
  8. Hui-ju Liu. Questioning the Stability of Learner Anxiety in the Ability-Grouped Foreign Language Classroom

 

Book Reviews

  1. The Strategy Factor in Successful Language Learning.
    By Carol Griffiths (2013)
    Reviewed by Eirene C. Katsarou
  2. The Companion to Language Assessment
    Edited by Antony John Kunan (2013)
    Reviewed by Kioumars Razavipour

Volume 16, Issue 2: June 2014 Quarterly Journal

Articles

  1. Foreword by Wen-Chi Vivian Wu
  2. Yihsiang Kuo & Tzu-Yu Chou. Effects of Text Shadowing on Taiwanese EFL Children’s Pronunciation
  3. Tun-Whei Isabel Chuo & Shu-chin Helen Yen. The Learning Journey of College At-Risk EFL Students in Taiwan: An Exploratory Study
  4. Hsiu Ju Lin, & Shu-Yun Yang. An Investigation of EFL Students’ Vocabulary Learning Strategies and Motivation Orientations—A Case Study
  5. Kyle Nuske. “It is very hard for teachers to make changes to policies that have become so solidified”: Teacher resistance at corporate eikaiwa franchises in Japan
  6. Abdur Rashid. The Frequency of use and Perceived effectiveness of Memorization Vocabulary Learning Strategies among university students of English Literature as a major in Pakistan
  7. Sean Sutherland. Team teaching: Four barriers to native English speaking assistant teachers’ ability to model native English in Japanese classrooms
  8. Sahail Asassfeh. Are Logical Connectors (LCs) Catalysts for EFL Students’ Reading Comprehension?
  9. Naoko Taguchi. Personality and Development of Second Language Pragmatic Competence
  10. Yi-hsuan Lin, Yu-Ching Tseng, & Tzu-yi Lee. From Reading to translation- the effects of L1/L2 supplementary reading on Taiwanese university students’ translation performance

Book Reviews

  1. Learning to Read Across Languages: Cross-Linguistic Relationships in First- and Second-Language Development
    Keiko Koda and Annette M. Zehler
    Reviewed by Anna Husson Isozaki
  2. Teaching Grammar in Second Language Classrooms: Integrating Form-Focused Instruction in Communicative Context
    Hossein Nassaji and Sandra Fotos
    Reviewed by Karim Sadeghi, Mohammad Jokar, & Ali Soyoof

 

Volume 16, Issue 1: March 2014 Quarterly Journal

Articles

  1. Shaila Sultana. English as a Medium of Instruction in Bangladesh’s Higher Education Empowering or Disadvantaging Students?
  2. Yi-Huey Guo. Asian Undergraduate Students’ Apprenticeship in Research Paper Writing: Academic Interactions and Researchers’ Responsibilities
  3. Yumiko Yamaguchi and Satomi Kawaguchi. Acquisition of English Morphology by a Japanese School-aged Child: A Longitudinal Study
  4. Ying Zheng and Wei Wei. Knowing the Test Takers: Investigating Chinese and Indian EFL/ESL Students’ Performance on PTE Academic
  5. Lemei Zhang. A Structural Equation Modeling Approach to Investigating Test Takers’ Strategy Use and Reading Test Performance
  6. Barry Lee Reynolds. An Applied Phenomenological Interview Approach to the Exploration of Taiwanese EFL Teachers’ Perspectives on Language Labs
  7. Farzaneh Khodabandeh, Manochehre Jafarigohar, Hassan Soleimani, and Fatemah Hemmati.  Investigating Iranian EFL Writing Problems and Examining Back Transfer
  8. Bin Li and Congchao Hua. An Effects of Visual Cues on Perception of Non-native Consonant Contrasts by Chinese EFL Learners
  9. Hui-Chuan Liao and Lina Hsu. Using an Analytical Rubric to Improve the Writing of EFL College Students
  10. Kusumi Vasantha Dhanapala and Jun Yamada. Oral Reading Rate, Reading Comprehension, and Listening Comprehension in Learners of EFL

Book Reviews

  1. Dario Luis Banegas. Applied Linguistics and Materials Development
  2. Brian Wadman. The ELT Daily Journal: Learning to Teach ESL/EFL
  3. Sarab Yousif Al-Akraa. Grammar and Beyond 2
  4. Eirene C. Katsarou. English Through Climate Change

2013

Volume 15 Issue 4: December 2013 Quarterly Journal
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Research Articles

1.  Fan-Wei Kung . The More the Merrier? Bilingualism in an Academic Perspective: Exploring the Implementation of English-medium Instruction in Taiwanese Tertiary Education

2. Tylor Burrows . English and Integrated Water Resources Management: A Training Program for the Mekong River Commission

3. Raphiq Ibrahim, Mila Schwartz, Janina Kahn-Horwitz, Mark Leikin .  Bi-cultural aspects of second language learning in a bilingual context

4. Derya Bozdoğan and Buket Karlıdağ . A Case of CLIL Practice in the Turkish Context: Lending an ear to Students

5. Jane Chee Ling Tsoi . Bestriding Boundaries: Towards Talk Authenticity in the Undergraduate Business Communication Classroom

6. Richard Pinner .  Authenticity of Purpose: CLIL as a way to bring meaning and motivation into EFL contexts

7. Yuki Yamano . Utilizing the CLIL Approach in a Japanese Primary School: A Comparative Study of CLIL and EFL Lessons

Teaching  Articles

1. Rining Wei . Chinese-English Bilingual Education in China: Model, momentum, and driving forces

2. Sean Eric Kil Patrick Gay . Identity and Self in Second Language Acquisition

3. Glenn Toh . Towards a Critically and Dialogically Mediated EAP

4. Linda Mary Hanington, Anitha Devi Pillai, Kwah Poh Foong .  Digital Storytelling: Integrating Language and Content in the Training of Pre-service Teachers

5. Percival Santos .  Anthropology in a Second Language: the Case for Dialogic Teaching and Scaffolding

6. Philip Shigeo Brown .  Teaching a Medical English CLIL Course with Vocabulary Learning Strategies Instruction in Japan

7. Takashi Uemura .  Implementing Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach to TOEIC Preparatory Lessons

Curriculum Contexts

1. Percival Santos.  Learning through in-house videos: how one Japanese college integrates subject content in its EAP program

2. Thomas Lockley . International history as CLIL: reflection, critical thinking and making meaning of the world

3. Leo K West .  A Case Study of Environmental Management & Content and Language Integrated Learning

4. Darrell Wilkinson and Raymond Yasuda . The International Program: curriculum design and assessment for an English-medium economics program

5. Madoka Kawano, Eric M. Skier, Fumiko Takeuchi, Masako Horiuchi, Toshio Kaneko  . English education at schools of pharmacy in Japan: meeting curricular needs through authentic ESP materials

6. Chad L. Godfrey . Readdressing EFL approaches: CLIL curriculum in a Japanese medical university context

7. Bethany Iyobe and Jia Li . CLIL to what degree: a trial in English medium education at a Japanese university – Is it CLIL or not?

8. Gretchen Clark.  Snapshot of a lower secondary CLIL program in Japan

9. Miao Yang and Zhongfang Zhang . Development of academic competencies as the learning objectives of an English-medicine integrated common-core module

10. Stefanie Pillai and Angela Satomi Kajita  . English for law at the University of Malaya

11. Julie Riddlebarger  .  Doing CLIL in Abu Dhabi

12. Nathan Ducker .   Academic English and content development thorough ethnographic research projects

13. Paul C. Corrigan  . An in-service programme in Hong Kong for integrating language and content at the post-secondary level

Book Review

Greg Rouault . Problem Solving in a Foreign Language: A Study in Content and Language Integrated Learning

 

Volume 15 Issue 3: September 2013 Quarterly Journal

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Wen-Chi Vivian Wu – Foreword

1. Ramin Akbari, Mohammad Nabi Karimi .  EFL Students’ Proficiency Outcomes: What do Epistemological Beliefs Have to Offer?

2. Arpine Sargsyan, Sivakumar Sivasubramaniam . Using Literature to Promote Language Learning: Issues and Insights for Implementation in Armenian Settings (A qualitative study)

3. Chuang Wang, Do-Hong Kim, Mimi Bong, & Hyun Seon Ahn . Korean College Students’ Self-Regulated Learning Strategies and Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Learning English as a Foreign Language

4. Emmaline Lear . Using guided reflective journals in large classes: Motivating students to independently improve pronunciation

5. Kyung Min Kim . Do They Need to Wait Until They Get Ready? : Learning a Second Language through Writing

6. Muhammad Tanveer . The Factors Causing English Language and Study Skills Gaps between Foundation and Undergraduate Programmes; an Exploratory Study at Majan College (University College), The Sultanate of Oman

7. Roby Marlina . Learning about English as an International Language in Australia from three students’ perspectives

8. Yuncai, Dai .  Working Memory as a Component of Foreign Language Aptitude

Book Reviews

1. Collocations Extra: Multi-level Activities for Natural English .  Esmaeel Hamidi

2. Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching with Technology . Moonyoung Park

3. Teaching and Researching Autonomy (second edition) .  Matthew Rooks

4. English for Professional and Academic Purposes . Masoumeh Mehri & Seyyed Amin Mokhtari

 

Volume 15 Issue 2: June  2013 Quarterly Journal

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1. Rahma Ibrahim Al-Mahrooqi. Foreword

2.  Roger Nunn . An Argument for Holism Part 2 (An Editorial Opinion Piece)

3. Vahid Salehi and Farid Naserieh.  The Effects of Verbal Glosses on Vocabulary Learning and Reading Comprehension

4. Mohammadtaghi Shahnazari-Dorcheh, Rebecca Adams, and Saeed Ketabi . The relationship between modified output and working memory capacity

5. Glen Poupore . The Influence of L2 Motivation and L2 Anxiety on Adult Learners’ Socio-Affective Conditions and Language Production during Communicative Tasks

6. Davud Kuhi (PhD), Marzieh Tofigh (M.A), and Maryam Yavari (M.A) . A Comparative Study of Metadiscourse Resources in Introduction Section of Introductory and Scholarly Textbooks

7. Jerry G. Gebhard. EFL Learners Studying Abroad:Challenges and Strategies

8. Jim Yee Him Chan. Towards a lingua franca pedagogical model in the Hong Kong classroom: A sociolinguistic enquiry

9.  John Trent . Using the L1 in L2 teaching and learning. What role does teacher identity play?

10. Nancy Burkhalter . Overcoming Resistance in Post-Soviet Teacher Trainees in Kazakhstan

Book Reviews

1. The ESL/ELL teacher’s survival guide. Larry Ferlazzo and Katie Hull Sypnieski

2. English Language Teaching in India: The Shifting Paradigms. S. Kumaran, India

3. English in Japan in the Era of Globalization. Philip Seargeant (ed.) Palgrave. Li Xin

4. Academic Writing in a Second or Foreign Language, Ramona Tang. Colin Toms

 

Volume 15 Issue 1: March 2013 Quarterly Journal

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Foreword: Asian EFL Journal Associate Production and Copy Editors
An Editorial Opinion Piece – An Argument for Holism – Part 1
  by Dr. Roger Nunn

1. Said Hamed Al-Saadi and Moses Stephens Samuel . An Analysis of the Writing Needs of Omani EFL Students for the Development of Grade 11 English Program

2. Mansoor Al Surmi . The Effect of Narrative Structure on Learner Use of English Tense and Aspect in an English as a Foreign Language Context

3. Ali Roohani . A Comparative Study of Intuitive-Imitative and Analytic-Linguistic Approaches to Teaching Pronunciation: Does Age Play a Role?

4. Chuen-Maan Sheu, Pei-Ling Wang, and Lina Hsu . Investigating EFL Learning Strategy Use, GEPT Performance, and Gender Difference among Non-English Major Sophomores at a Technological University

5. Tsu-Chia Hsu . Analysis of the Contributions of In-school Language Clubs in Taiwan

6. Huw Jarvis . Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL): Asian Learners and Users going Beyond Traditional Frameworks

7. John Thurman . Choice and Its Influence on Intrinsic Motivation and Output In Task-Based Language Teaching

8. Weiqing Wang . The Role of Source Text Translation in a Simulated Summary Writing Test: What Do Test Takers Say?

Book Reviews

1. Innovating EFL Teaching in Asia. Muller, T., Herder, S., Adamson, J., and Brown, P. S., (Eds). Reviewed by Jim Bame

2. How To Teach Writing Across The Curriculum: Ages 6-8 . S. Palmer (2nded. ) .Reviewed by Zahra Hashemi and Amin Borhani

3. Pragmatics for Language Educators: A Sociolinguistic Perspective. Virginia LoCastro . Reviewed by Thi-Thuy-Minh Nguyen

4. Planning and Teaching Creatively Within a Required Curriculum for Adult Learners. Anne Burns and Helen de Silva Joyce (Eds.) . Reviewed by Ko-Yin Sung


2012

Volume 14 Issue 4: December 2012 Quarterly Journal
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1. Paul Underwood and Matthew Wallace – The Effects of Instruction in Reduced Forms on the Performance of Low-Proficiency EFL University Students

2. Wen-hsien Yang  – Evaluating the Effectiveness of Genre-Based Instruction: A Writing Course of English for Hospitality and Tourism

3. Hui-ju Liu  – Exploring Academic Self-Concept among Learners with Foreign Language Anxiety

4.Vahid Aryadoust – Using Cognitive Diagnostic Assessment to Model the Underlying Structure of a Listening Test: A Sub-Skill-Based Approach

5. Luca Rognoni and Carla Cristina Munhoz Xavier  – Thematic Clustering in Second Language Vocabulary Learning: Scenarios versus Mental Scenes Development

6. John Draper – Revisiting English in Thailand

7. Shin-Mei Kao and Wang-Chi Weng  – “Do You Understand?”: An Analysis of Native and Non-native EFL Teachers’ Questioning Patterns at a Taiwanese Cram School

8. Angelia Lu  – Transitivity Shifts in Academic Writing

Book Reviews

1. Ken Hyland & Fiona Hyland (Eds).Reviewed by Aysha Viswamohan –  Feedback in Second Language Writing: Contexts and Issues.

2. Charles J. Alderson. Reviewed by Deepti Gupta – Diagnosing Foreign language Proficiency: The Interface Between Learning
and Assessment

3. Thomas S. C. Farrell and Leketi Makalela (Eds). Reviewed by Iris F. Levitis – Language Teacher Research in Africa

4. A. J. Liddicoat. Reviewed by Hayriye Kayi - An Introduction to Conversation Analysis

 

Volume 14 Issue 3: September 2012 Quarterly Edition

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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Wen-Chi Vivian Wu

Article 1. Rasheed Al-Jarrah and Sayyah Al-Ahmad – An Optimality-theoretic Account of Corrective Feedback in Process Writing

Article 2.  Mohamed Ridha Ben Maad – Towards a Discerning Image of Learners’ Estimation of Task Difficulty and Motivation: Goal Orientations Highlighted

Article 3. Julian Cheng Chiang Chen – Designing a Computer-mediated, Task-based Syllabus: A Case Study in a Taiwanese EFL Tertiary Class

Article 4. Katie Kim – L2 Phone-based Interaction (PBI) and Development of Communicative Competence: A Case Study of an Adult s English Learning in EFL Context

Article 5. Elizabeth Root – Participation in and Opposition to the Ideology of English in South Korea: Insights from Personal Narratives

Article 6. Yo In’nami and Rie Koizumi – A Quantitative Reanalysis of Data on the Structure of L1 and L2 Language Ability in Multitrait-Multimethod Studies

Article 7. Zahra Fotovatnia and Alireza Barouni Ebrahimi – Word Knowledge: Aspects, Viewpoints and Performances

Article 8. Shizhou Yang – A Small Clean Warm Plastic : Understanding EFL1 Autobiographical Writing and Identity

Article 9.  Zhi Hong , Linda Van Doren, Jianghong   –   A Comparison and Contrast of Discourse Patterns among Three Groups Essays and the Implications for Teaching English Writing in Chinese Tertiary Education.

Book Reviews

1.Guglielmo Trentin. Reviewed by Weihong Wang – Networked Collaborative Learning: Social Interaction and Active Learning (1st ed.)
2.Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes. Reviewed by Sally Ashton-Hay – Uncovering EAP: How to Teach Academic Writing and Reading
3. J. P. Gee & E. R. Hayes. Reviewed by Servet i‡elik and Hasan SaÄŸlamel – Language and Learning in the Digital Age
4. Claudia V. Angelelli. Reviewed by Pi-Chi Han – Medical Interpreting and Cross-cultural Communication

 

Volume 14 Issue 2: June 2012 Quarterly Edition

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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Dr. Rahma Ibrahim Al-Mahrooqi

Article 1. Patrick Ng – Contextual influences on the Teaching Practice of a beginning TESOL teacher: A narrative inquiry

Article 2.  Michael Fennell, PhD – To act in a good way Constructions of EFL teacher-self

Article 3. Li-Yi Wang – Moving towards the transition: Non-native EFL teachers perception of native-speaker norms and responses to varieties of English in the era of global spread of English

Article 4. Melodie Cook – Revisiting Japanese English Teachers (JTEs) Perceptions of Communicative, Audio-lingual, and Grammar Translation (Yakudoku) Activities: Beliefs, Practices, and Rationales

Article 5. Tariq Elyas and Michelle Picard – Towards a Globalized Notion of English Language Teaching in Saudi Arabia: A Case Study

Article 6. Stan Pederson- Collaborative play making using ill-structured problems: Effect on pre-service language teachers beliefs

Article 7.   Toshinobu Nagamine – A Metaphor Analysis of Preservice EFL Teachers Beliefs regarding Professional Identity

Book Reviews

1. Edgar W. Schneider. Reviewed by Silvia Bruti – Postcolonial English. Varieties around the world (1st ed.)
2. Andrea DeCapua. Reviewed by Ozgur Yildirim –  Grammar for Teachers: A Guide to American English for Native and Non-Native Speakers
3. Mark Sebba. Reviewed by Jing Zhao – Spelling and society: The culture and politics of orthography around the world
4. John Field. Reviewed by Zeng Yajun – Listening in the Language Classroom

 

Volume 14 Issue 1: March 2012 Quarterly Edition

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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Amina Hachemi

Article 1. Yueh-Tzu Chiang – Integrating Input Enhancement and Processing Instruction in Promoting Acquisition of English Phrasal Verbs

Article 2.  Touran Ahour, Jayakaran Mukundan and Shameem Rafik-Galea Continue Cooperative and Individual Reading: The Effect on Writing Fluency and Accuracy

Article 3. Wuhan Zhu – Modal Verbs [1] for Politeness in Email Requests to Professors: The Case of Chinese EFL Learners

Article 4. Kedir Assefa Tessema – Reluctance to Write Among Students in the Context of an Academic Writing Course in an Ethiopian University

Article 5. Shoafeng Li and Wenxia Liang – The Dynamic Nature of Learner Beliefs: The Relationship between Beliefs about EFL Learning and Proficiency in a Chinese Context

Article 6. Siping Liu and Jian Wang – Characteristics and Transformation of Native English Speaker Teachers Beliefs: A Study of U.S. English Teachers in China

Article 7. Eunice Tang – To Teach More or More to Teach: Vocabulary-Based Instruction in the Chinese EFL Classroom

Article 8. Elnaz Ghaleasadi – Thematization in Romantic and Criminal Short Stories in English and Persian: Implications for Second Language Reading

Book Reviews

1. J. C. Ingram. Reviewed by Francis A. Andrew – Neurolinguistics. An Introduction to Spoken Language Processing and its Disorders
2. Silva, T., & Matsuda, P. K. (Eds.). Reviewed by Hyun-Joo Oh –  Practicing Theory in Second Language Writing
3. Xiaoye You. Reviewed by Jamie Elizabeth Marko – Writing in the Devil s Tongue: A History of English Composition in China
4. L. Butler. Reviewed by Tamatha A. Roman – New Password 4: A Reading and Vocabulary Text (2nd ed.)


2011

Volume 13 Issue 4: December 2011 Quarterly Edition

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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Robert Baird

Article 1. Megumi Hamada and Chaehee Park Word-Meaning Inference: A Longitudinal Investigation of Inference Accuracy and Strategy Use

Article 2. Xiaoli Jiang and Gerard Sharpling The Impact of Assessment Change on Language Learning Strategies: The Views of a Small Group of Chinese Graduate Students Studying in the UK

Article 3. Neil H. Johnson and Jonathan deHaan Second Language Development through Technology Mediated Strategic Interaction

Article 4. Minh Hue Nguyen Learner Self-management Procedures Reported by Advanced and Intermediate ESL Students

Article 5. Peter Crosthwaite The Effect of Collaboration on the Cohesion and Coherence of L2 Narrative Discourse between English NS and Korean L2 English Users

Article 6. Rais Ahmed Attamimi and Hajar Abdul Rahim Socio-Economic Orientations in Foreign Language Learning Motivation: The Case of Yemen

Article 7. John F. Haggerty An Analysis of L2 Motivation, Test Validity and Language Proficiency Identity (LPID): A Vygotskian Approach

Article 8. Katerina Petchko Input Enhancement, Noticing, and Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition

Article 9. Ya-huei Wang Shattering the hierarchical education system: The creation of a poststructural feminist English classroom

Article 10. Breda O Hara-Davies English only? inda kali eh! (not likely!) Changing the paradigm

Article 11. Gurnam Kaur Sidhu, Chan Yuen Fook and Sarjit Kaur Sidhu Students Reactions to School Based Oral Assessment: Bridging the Gap in Malaysia

Book Reviews

1. Paul Baker, Andrew Hardie, & Tony McEnery. A Glossary of Corpus Linguistics.
2. Ann F.V. Smith and Gregory Strong (eds.) Adult Language Learners.
3. M. A. K. Halliday. Edited by Jonathan J. Webster. Language and Education.
4. William Grabe. Reading in a Second Language: Moving from Theory to Practice (Cambridge Applied Linguistics Series)

 

Volume 13 Issue 3: September 2011 Quarterly Edition

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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Roger Nunn

Article 1. James Life Motivation and EFL University Students in North-East Asia
Article 2. Justina Ong Investigating the Use of Cohesive Devices by Chinese EFL Learners
Article 3. Junko Otoshi and Neil Heffernan An Analysis of a Hypothesized Model of EFL Students Motivation Based on Self-Determination Theory
Article 4. Pornapit Darasawang Becoming a Counsellor: Between Belief and Behaviour
Article 5.Yangyu Xiao, Gerard Sharpling and Hongyun Liu -Washback of National Matriculation English Test on Students Learning in the Chinese Secondary School Context
Article 6. Shu-chin Yen L2 Students Use of Rhetorical Consciousness Raising Instructional Materials in Writing Research Articles
Article 7. Katayoon Afzali, Manoochehr Tavangar, Mohammad Amouzadeh, and Abass Eslami Rasek The strategic needs of Iranian students in reading literary and non-literary texts: A dialogic approach
Article 8. Anne Ma Do teachers reap what they sow? A study of young ESL learners perception of what is learned in an English lesson
Article 9. Mousa A. Btoosh & Abeer Taweel Contrastive Rhetoric: Inflation, Verbal Voices and Polyphonic Visibility in Learners and Native Speakers Academic Writing
Article 10. Alireza Karbalaei & Fatemeh Azimi Amoli The Effect of Paraphrasing Strategy Training on the ReadingComprehension of College Students at the Undergraduate Level
Article 11. Jianwei Xu Second Language Learners and Their Self-confidence in Using English: A Social Constructive Perspective
Article 12. Masataka Kasai, Jeong-Ah Lee & Soonhyang Kim Secondary EFL Students Perceptions of Native and Nonnative English-Speaking Teachers in Japan and Korea
Article 13. Su-Jen Lai & Ming-i Lydia Tseng Taking an Ecological View to Research Taiwanese EFL Students English Literacy Learning

Book Reviews

1. Jeffrey L. Kallen, & John M. Kirk. ICE-Ireland : A User s Guide.
2. Dogancay-Aktuna, S. & Hardman, J. (Eds.) Global English Teaching and Teacher Education: Praxis and Possibility.
3. John. M. Swales & Christine. B. Feak.Telling a Research Story: Writing a Literature Review.
4. Elizabeth, Hanson-Smith and Sarah, Rilling (Ed.) Learning Languages through Technology.

 

Volume 13 Issue 2: June 2011 Quarterly Edition
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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Prof. Roger Nunn.

Article 1. John Adamson, Howard Brown and Naoki Fujimoto-Adamson. Archiving Self-Access: Methodological considerations

Article 2. Deepti Gupta and Getachew Seyoum Woldemariam. The Influence of Motivation and Attitude on Writing Strategy Use of Undergraduate EFL Students: Quantitative and Qualitative Perspectives

Article 3. Ahmed Mahmoud Aliweh. The Effect of Electronic Portfolios on Promoting Egyptian EFL College Students Writing Competence and Autonomy

Article 4. Wenxia Zhang, Meihua Liu, Shan Zhao and Qiong Xie. English Test-Taking Strategy Use and Students Test Performance

Article 5. Mohamed El-Okda. Developing Pragmatic Competence: Challenges and Solutions

Article 6. Loretta Fung. Discourse Markers in the ESL Classroom:A Survey of Teachers Attitudes

Article 7. Afsaneh Ghanizadeh and Fatemeh Moafian. The Relationship between Iranian EFL Teachers Sense of Self-Efficacy andtheir Pedagogical Success in Language Institutes
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Article 8. Hui-Ju Wu. Anxiety and Reading Comprehension Performance in English as a Foreign Language

Article 9. Manfred Wu. Learners Beliefs and the Use of Metacognitive Language-learning Strategies of Chinese-speaking ESL Learners

Article 10. Saad Torki. Teachers Intention vs. Learners Attention: Do Learners Attend to What Teachers Want Them to Attend to in an EFL Vocabulary Class?

Article 11. Yuko Yamashita and David Hirsh. Second Language and Cognition: Conceptual Categorization of Count/Mass Nouns in English with Japanese University Students

Article 12. B.H. Tan. Innovating Writing Centers and Online Writing Labs outside North America

Book Reviews

1. Philip Seargeant. The Idea of English in Japan: Ideology and the Evolution of a Global Language
2. B. Paltridge, L. Harbon, D. Hirsch, H. Shen, M. Stevenson, A. Phakiti, & L. Woodrow. Teaching Academic Writing: An Introduction for Teachers of Second Language Writers
3. Ann Burns and Jill Burton (Eds). Language Teacher Research in Australia and New Zealand
4. Maureen Snow Andrade (Ed). Language Games: Innovative Activities for Teaching English

 

Volume 13 Issue 1: March 2011 Quarterly Edition
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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Prof. Roger Nunn. PDF

Article 1. Mohammed Zaid Effectiveness of Organised E-mail Exchanges and Online Reading/Writing on College Students Literacy Development and their Attitudes towards English: A Study from Saudi Arabia

Article 2. Amin Saleh Moheidat and Abdallah Ahmad Baniabdelrahman The Impact of Omani Twelfth-Grade Students Self-Assessment on their Performance in Reading in English Amin Saleh Moheidat & Abdallah Ahmad Baniabdelrahman

Article 3. Zubeyde Sinem Genc EFL in Higher Education: Designing a Flexible Content-Based Curriculum at University-Level

Article 4. Adel Abu Radwan Effects of L2 proficiency and gender on choice of language learning strategies by university students majoring in English

Article 5. Dilek Yavuz Erkan and Ayten iflazoÄŸlu Saban Writing Performance Relative to Writing Apprehension, Self-Efficacy in Writing, and Attitudes towards Writing: A Correlational Study in Turkish Tertiary-Level EFL

Article 6. Ahmad Sharifi and Jaleh Hassaskhah The Role of Portfolio Assessment and Reflection on Process Writing

Article 7. Sun Xiao-zhao and Du Juan Understanding the influence of L1 and lexical aspect in temporal acquisition: Quantitative and qualitative studies.

Article 8. Fatemeh Takallou The Effect of Metacognitive Strategy Instruction on EFL Learners Reading Comprehension Performance and Metacognitive Awareness

Article 9. Tzung-yu Cheng The Ability of Taiwanese College Freshmen to Read and Interpret Graphics in English
Article 10. Xiaozhou Zhou and Victoria Murphy How English L2 Learners in China Perceive and Interpret Novel English Compounds

11. Hideki Sakai Do Recasts Promote Noticing the Gap in L2 Learning?

Book Reviews
1. Thomas S. C. Farrell and Leketi Makalela (Eds.) Language Teacher Research in Africa
2. A. J. Liddicoat. An Introduction to Conversation Analysis
3. Ken Hyland & Fiona Hyland (Eds.) Feedback in Second Language Writing: Contexts and Issues
4. Charles J. Alderson. Diagnosing Foreign language Proficiency : The Interface Between Learning and Assessment


2010

Volume 12 Issue 4: December 2010 Quarterly Edition
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Table of Contents:
Foreword by Wen-chi Vivian Wu and Yu-chaun Joni Chao PDF

Article 1. Roger Nunn & John Thurman. The Benefits and Challenges of Holistic In-house Task-based Language Learning and Assessment
Article 2. Ai Chun Yen. Our Languages Clicked: Shakespeare in EFL Classes
Article 3. Lu-Fang Lin. English Learners Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition in the Video-based CALL Program
Article 4. Michael C. Cheng, Chang Jui-chuan, Chen Yi-chen, & Liao Ying-shu. Do They Want the Same Thing? Learner Perspectives on Two Content-Based Course Designs in the Context of English as a Foreign Language
Article 5. Ying-Chieh Chiang & Lu-Chun Lin. Morphological and Syntactic Abilities in Taiwanese EFL Preschoolers Oral Narratives
Article 7. Gary G Fogal. EFL Literature Studies: Student Feedback on Teaching Methodology
Article 8. Lu-Chun Lin & Chiao-Ping Cheng. Research Trends in Selected M.A. TESOL Programs in Taiwan: A Preliminary Content Analysis of Master s Theses from 2003-2007
Article 9. Mei-jung Wang & Ka I Ip. Tasks and Challenges Faced by Teachers in Handling an Online Project
Article 10. Takeshi Sato & Akio Suzuki. Do multimedia-oriented visual glosses really facilitate EFL vocabulary learning? : A comparison of planar images with three-dimensional images
Article 11. Waseema Tasneen. Literary Texts in the Language Classroom: a Study of Teachers and Students views at International schools in Bangkok
Article 12. Lisa Hsu. The Impact of Perceived Teachers Nonverbal Immediacy on Students Motivation for Learning English

Book Reviews
1. Paivandi, S. Discrimination and Intolerance in Iran s Textbooks
2. Kenna Burke and Amanda Mari. Test It, Fix It: Business Vocabulary
3. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge learner s dictionary with CD-ROM
4. Graeme Harper. Creative writing guidebook

 

Volume 12 Issue 3: September 2010 Quarterly Edition
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Table of Contents:

Foreword by Eva Bernat

Article 1. Caroline Brandt. Competition and Collaboration in Initial Teacher Education in TESOL: A Case of a Classic Double Bind
Article 2. Hoa Thi Mai Nguyen and Richard B. Baldauf Jr. Effective Peer Mentoring for EFL Pre-service Teachers Instructional Practicum Practice
Article 3. Olcay Sert. A Proposal for a CA-Integrated English Language Teacher Education Program in Turkey
Article 41. Feroze Kasi. Collaborative Action Research: An Alternative Model for EFL Teacher Professional Development in Pakistan
Article 5. Stan Pederson. Using Perplexing Survey Questions With Repeated Pair Discussions to Enhance the Depth of Expression of Beliefs: The Case of Pre-service Japanese EFL Teachers
Article 6. Grace Ika Yuwono and Lesley Harbon. English Teacher Professionalism and Professional Development: Some Common Issues in Indonesia
Article 7. Rose Senior. A Socio-pedagogic Theory of Classroom Practice to Support Language Teacher Develop ment in Asia
Article 8. David Litz. Distance Doctor in Education Degrees: Past Experiences, Current Developments and Future Possibilities in Asia

Book Reviews.
1. Block, D. Second Language Identities
2. Hyland, K. Academic Discourse
3. Luk, Jasmine C. M. and Lin, Angel M. Y. Classroom Interactions as Cross-Cultural Encounters: Native Speakers in EFL Lessons
4. Farrell, Thomas S. C. (Ed.) Classroom Management

 

Volume 12 Issue 2: June 2010 Quarterly Edition
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Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Michael Fennell. A Letter from Nicaragua
Article 2. Hui-Fang Shang. Reading Strategy Use, Self-Efficacy and EFL Reading Comprehension
Article 3. Hoa Thi Mai Nguyen and Peter Hudson. Preservice EFL Teachers Attitudes, Needs, and Experiences about Teaching Writing and Learning to Teach Writing before their Practicum: A Case Study in Vietnam
Article 4. Mei-Ling Chen and David Squires. Vocational College Students Perceptions on Standardized English Proficiency Tests
Article 5. Ozgur Yildirim. Washback Effects of a High-Stakes University Entrance Exam: Effects of the English Section of the University Entrance Exam on Future English Language Teachers in Turkey
Article 6. Ambrose B. Chimbganda. Summary Production: A Topographical Analysis of the Strategies Used by University ESL First Year Science Students
Article 7. Yusheng Li and Chuang Wang. An Empirical Study of Reading Self-efficacy and the Use of Reading Strategies in the Chinese EFL Context
Article 8. Lu-Fang Lin. The Impact of the Retelling Technique on Chinese Students English Reading Comprehension
Article 9. Heng-Tsung Danny Huang and Shao-Ting Alan Hung. Effects of Electronic Portfolios on EFL Oral Performance
Article 10. Seyyed Ali Ostovar Namaghi. Parameters of Language Teaching in the Context of High Schools of Iran: A Data-First Approach
Article 11. Mark Wyatt. One Teacher s Development as a Reflective Practitioner
Article 12. Jane Mok. The New Role of English Language Teachers: Developing Students Critical Thinking in Hong Kong Secondary School Classrooms
Article 13. Chen-Ying Li and Paul Seedhouse. Classroom Interaction in Story-Based Lessons with Young Learners

Book Reviews.
1. Teresa B. Bevis and Christopher J. Lucas. International Students in American Colleges and Universities: A History
2. Don Snow. From Language Learner to Language Teacher:
An Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language

3. Christina Coombe, Keith Folse, and Nancy Hubley. A Practical Guide to Assessing English Language Learners
4. Zoltián Diörnyei. Research Methods in Applied Linguistics: Quantitative, Qualitative and Mixed Methodologies
5. Braj B. Kachru, Yamuna Kachru, and Shikaripur Sridhar (Eds.) Language in South Asia

 

Volume 12 Issue 1: March 2010 Quarterly Edition
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Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Mojtaba Maghsodi. Type of Task and Type of Dictionary in Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition
Article 2. Azadeh Nemati. Active and Passive Vocabulary Knowledge: The Effect of Years of Instruction
Article 3. Jeng-yih Tim Hsu. The Effects of Collocation Instruction on the Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Learning of College English Majors
Article 4. Faith A. Brown. Vocabulary Knowledge and Comprehension in Second Language Text Processing: A Reciprocal Relationship?
Article 5. Colin McDonald & Scott McRae. A pre-trial collection and investigation of what perceptions and attitudes of Konglish exist amongst foreign and Korean English language teachers in terms of English education in Korea
Article 6. Indika Liyanage, Peter Grimbeek, & Fiona Bryer. Relative cultural contributions of religion and ethnicity to the language learning strategy choices of ESL students in Sri Lankan and Japanese high schools
Article 7. Chi Cheung Ruby Yang. Teacher Questions in Second Language Classrooms: An Investigation of Three Case Studies
Article 8. Long Van Nguyen. Computer Mediated Collaborative Learning within a Communicative Language Teaching Approach:A Sociocultural Perspective
Article 9. Mansoor Tavakoli. Investigating the relationship between Self-assessment and teacher-assessment in a academic contexts
Article 10. Lisha Wang. An investigation of the Current State of College Teachers Teaching Quality and Teacher Development

Book Reviews
1. Ilona Leki, Alister Cumming, & Tony Silva. A synthesis of research on second language writing in English
2. Anne O Keeffe, Michael McCarthy, and Ronald Carter. From Corpus to Classroom: Language Use and Language Teaching
3. Helen, Spencer-Oatey (Ed.) E-Learning initiatives in China: Pedagogy, policy and culture


2009

Volume 11 Issue 5: December 2009

Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Rod Ellis . The Methodology of Task-Based Teaching
Article 2. Brenda Basiga . Teaching English as a Second Language Through Literature
Article 3. Jessie S.Barrot . Accuracy Order of Selected Grammatical Morphemes in the Monitored Written Compositions of Filipino Adult Language Learners
Article 4. Dr. Natchaya Chalaysap . A Comparative Study Between Syntactic Structure Identification Training and Integrated Reading Strategy Training in Teaching English Sentence Reading
Article 5. Dr.Yu-Chih Lo, Dr. Jaya Sarma Goswami, Keiko Inoue   . Attitudes of Pre-service Teachers toward English Language Learners
Article 6. Bonifacio T. Cunanan   . Item Learning vs. System Learning: Contextualizing the Shift from a Structure-based to a Notional- Functional ESL Syllabus
Article 7. Remy C. Janda . CALL-Based Instruction: Toward the Teaching of Speech and Oral Communication at Angeles University Foundation
Article 8. Kun-huei Wu   . The Feasibility and Difficulty of Implementing Communicative Language Teaching in the EFL Context
Article 9. Hsuan-Yu Chen & Jaya S. Gowsami . The Impact of Phonetic and Phonological Instruction on the Oral Proficiency of Spanish-speaking ESL Learners
Article 10. Mark O. James, PhD.   . The Eight-fold Path of Vocabulary Development
Article 11. Seah Terence . Teaching Basic Verbs to Japanese Adults Using the Core Image Method

Volume 11 Issue 4: December 2009

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Foreword by Roger Nunn.
Article 1. Robert Phillipson. Disciplines of English and disciplining by English
Article 2. Jocelyn Howard and Susan Millar. The Applicability of Principles for Instructed Second Language Learning: A South Korean Perspective
Article 3. Yuri Kim and Eleni Petraki. Students and Teachers Use of and Attitudes to L1 in the EFL Classroom
Article 4. Azizollah Dabaghi and Mansoor Tavakoli. A Comparison of the Effects of Corrections on Definite/Indefinite Articles and Regular/Irregular Past Tense Forms: A Case of Iranian EFL Learners
Article 5. Omid Tabatabaei and Parviz Birjandi. The Impact of Gender on the Incidence and Quality of Form-focused Episodes in Task-based Conversational Feedback among EFL Learners
Article 6. Hui-Ling Huang and James Radant. Chinese Phonotactic Patterns and the Pronunciation Difficulties of Mandarin-Speaking EFL Learners
Article 7. Phan Thi Thanh Hang. Impacts of Vietnam s Social Context on Learners Attitudes Towards Foreign Languages and English Language Learning: Implications for Teaching and Learning
Article 8. Huifen Chen and Ding Ying. The Effect of Assisted RR on Fluency and Comprehension in Chinese FL Classrooms
Article 9. Sheu Hsiu-Chinh. EFL Children s Views on English Picture Story Books
Article 10. Shigeo Kato. Interaction Between Processing and Maintenance in Online L2 Sentence Comprehension: Implications for Linguistic Threshold Hypothesis
Article 11. Kenneth David Strang. How Multicultural Learning Approach Impacts Grade for International University Students in a Business Course

Book Reviews

1. Jason Ohler. Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning and Creativity
2. Henry G. Widdowson. Discourse Analysis Oxford: Oxford University Press
3. Angela Friederici and Guillaume Thierry, (Eds.) Early Language Development: Bridging Brain and Behavior.
4. Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten, and Helen Sandiford. Touchstone Series

 

Volume 11 Issue 3: September 2009

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Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Yen Shu-chi and Chou Tun-whei. The Effect of MTI on L2 Proficiency and Learning Strategies
Article 2. Lei Lei and Xiaoqing Qin. An Empirical Study of Success and Failure Attributions of EFL Learners at the Tertiary Level in China
Article 3. Ali Akbar Ansarin and Farzad Rashidi. Discourse Community or Cultural Conventions: Rhetorical Analysis of Research Abstracts
Article 4. Eddie White. Assessing the Assessment: An Evaluation of a Self-assessment of a Class Participation procedure
Article 5. Iman Rasti. Iranian Candidates Attitudes towards IELTS
Article 6. Wen-chi Vivian Wu. Criteria for Establishing an Authentic EFL Learning Environment in Taiwan
Article 7. Yuxiu Hu and Adams B. Bodomo. Harbinglish: L1 Influence on the Learning of English by High School Students in Harbin, China
Article 8. Harshita Aini Haroon and Azlina Murad Sani. Children s achievement in two second languages: The roles of gender, language use domains and beliefs
Article 9. Adel Abu Radwan. Input Processing Instruction and Traditional Output Practice Instruction: Effects on the Acquisition of Arabic Morphology
Article 10. Zubeyde Sinem Genc and Ozlem Tekyildiz. Use of Refusal Strategies by Turkish EFL Learners and Native Speakers of English in Urban and Rural Areas
Article 11. Seyed Vahid Aryadoust and Hoda Lashkary. Teaching Aids: Effective in Iranian Students Lexical Acquisition?

Book Reviews

1. B. Kumaravadivelu. Cultural Globalization and Language Education
2. Rose M. Senior. The Experience of Language Teaching
3. Kathleen M. Bailey. Language Teacher Supervision: A Case-Based Approach
4. Christine Goh. Teaching Speaking in the Language Classroom

 

Volume 11 Issue 2: June 2009

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Foreword by Jeremy Cross and Roger Nunn
Article 1. Lindsay Miller. Engineering Lectures in a Second Language: What Factors Facilitate Students Listening Comprehension?
Article 2. Jeremy Cross. Diagnosing the Process, Text, and Intrusion Problems Responsible for L2 Listeners Decoding Errors
Article 3. Ai-hua Chen. Listening Strategy Instruction: Exploring Taiwanese College Students Strategy Development
Article 5. Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh. The Effect of Rhetorical and Cognitive Structure of Texts on Reading Comprehension
Article 6. Shao-Ting Hung. Promoting Self-assessment Strategies: An Electronic Portfolio Approach
Article 7. Kok Eng Tan, Abdul Rashid Mohamed and Kim Guan Saw. Improving School English in Malaysia Through Participation in Online Threaded Discussion Groups
Article 8. Larisa Nikitina and Fumitaka Furuoka. Teacher-Student Relationship and the Conceptualization of the Good Language Teacher : Does Culture Matter?
Article 9. Samuel Andrew Meyerhoff. Analysis of Communication Strategies used by Freshman Active English Students using YackPack for Homework-based Speaking Tasks

Book Reviews

1. Stuart Shaw and Cyril Weir. Examining Writing: Research and Practice in Assessing Second Language Writing
2. Heather Bowe and Kylie Martin. Communication across Cultures.
3. Rod Ellis and Gary Barkhuizen. Analyzing Learner Language
4. Meena Singhal. Teaching Reading to Adult Second Language Learners: Theoretical Foundations, Pedagogical Applications, and Current Issues

 

Volume 11 Issue 1: March 2009

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Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Sivakumar Sivasubramaniam. Issues and Insights for Promoting Agency, Voice and Subjecthood in Reading and Assessment
Article 2. Zahra Akbari and M.H. Tahririan. Vocabulary Learning Strategies in an ESP Context: The Case of Para/medical English in Iran
Article 3. Carlo Magno, Moisies Kirk de Carvalho Filho, Jennifer Ann Lajom, Joanne Rashel Regodon and Katrine S. Bunagan. Assessing the Level of English Language Exposure of Taiwanese College Students in Taiwan and the Philippines
Article 4. Shu-Chen Huang. The Efficacy of Setting Process Goals in Orienting EFL Learners to Attend to the Formal Aspects of Oral Production
Article 5. Ming-Yueh Shen. Reading-Writing Connection for EFL College Learners Literacy Development
Article 6. Zifirdaus Adnan. Some Potential Problems for Research Articles Written by Indonesian Academics When Submitted to International English Language Journals
Article 7. Peter Burden. A Case Study into Teacher Perceptions of the Introduction of Student Evaluation of Teaching Surveys (SETs) in Japanese Tertiary Education
Article 8. Ying-Ying Chuang. Foreign Language Speaking Assessment: Chinese Taiwanese College English Teachers Scoring Performance in the Holistic and Analytic Rating Methods
Article 9. Mei-yun Ko and Tzu-fu Wang. Introducing Critical Literacy to EFL Teaching: Three Chinese Taiwanese College Teachers Conceptualization
Article 10. Shamala Paramasivam. Language transfer as a communication strategy and a language learning strategy in a Malaysian ESL classroom
Article 11. Shahla Simin and Manoochehr Tavangar. Metadiscourse Knowledge and Use in Iranian EFL Writing
Article 12. John Trent. Enhancing oral participation across the curriculum: Some lessons from the EAP classroom
Article 13. Lixin Xiao. A new paradigm of teaching English in China: An Eclectic Model

Book Reviews

1. Gavin Dudeney. The Internet and the Language Classroom: A Practical Guide for Teachers.
2. Bogaards, P., Laufer, B. (Eds.). Vocabulary in a Second Language.
3. James P. Lantolf & Steven L. Thorne. Sociocultural Theory and the Genesis of Second Language Development.
4. Patricia Friedrich. Language, Negotiation and Peace: The Use of English in Conflict Resolution.


2008

Volume 10 Issue 4: December 2008

Proceedings from the Asian EFL Journal International Conference, April 2008.

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Foreword by Darren Lingley
Article 1. Rod Ellis. Learner Beliefs and Language Learning
Article 2. Nolan Weil. Vocabulary Size, Background Characteristics and Reading Skills of Korean Intensive English Students
Article 3. Reima Al-Jarf. A Call for New Benchmarks at Saudi Language and Translation Schools.
Article 4. Ya-Ling Wu. Language Learning Strategies Used by Students at Different Proficiency Levels
Article 5. Nora Binghadeer. An Acoustic Analysis of Pitch Range in the Production of Native and NonNative Speakers of English
Article 6. Ching-ning Chien, Wei Lee and Li-hua Kao. Collaborative Teaching in an ESP Program
Article 7. Pin-hsiang Natalie Wu and Wen-chi Wu. One Page Plus, One More Character
Article 8. Muhammad Akram. Speech Acts: A Contrastive Study of Speech Acts in Urdi and English
Article 9. Sripathum Noon-ura. Teaching Listening Speaking Skills to Thai Students with Low English Proficiency
Article 10. Reima Al Jarf. The Impact of English as an International Language (EIL) upon Arabic in Saudi Arabia
Article 11. Wen-chi Vivian Wu and Pin-hsiang Natalie Wu.Creating and Authentic EFL Learning Environment to Enhance Student Motivation to Study English
Article 12. Z.N. Patil.Rethinking the Objectives of Teaching English in Asia

 

Volume 10 Issue 3: September 2008

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Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Eva Bernat Beyond Beliefs: Psycho-cognitive, Sociocultural and Emergent Ecological Approaches to Learner Perceptions in Foreign Language Acquisition
Article 2. Parviz Birjandi and Saeideh Ahangari Effects of Task Repetition on the Fluency, Complexity and Accuracy of Iranian EFL Learners Oral Discourse
Article 3. Omid Akbari Teaching Vocabulary Items through Contextualization and Picture to Elementary Iranian EFL Students
Article 4. Li Na, Wang Lin-yao and Yao Ji-wei Relations Network in the InteractiveESL Class: Analysis of Individuals, Groups, and a Whole Classroom Network
Article 5. Babak Mahdavy The Role of Multiple Intelligences (MI) in Listening Proficiency: A Comparison of TOEFL and IELTS Listening Tests from an MI Perspective
Article 6. Shan-fang Guo Differential Effects of Etymological Elaboration and Rote Memorization on Idiom Acquisition [1] in College EFL Learners
Article 7. Yang Yunbao and Howard Nicholas -Review of Interest In The Learning Of English in the Chinese Context
Article 8. Dina Al-Jamal and Nedal Ghadi English Language General Secondary Certificate Examination Washback in Jordan
Article 10. Seyed Hassan Talebi and Mojtaba Maghsoudi- Monolingual and Bilingual English Learners in one Classroom: Who is at a Disadvantage?
Article 11. Oya Bukyavuz and Sevim inal A Descriptive Study on Turkish Teachers of English Regarding Their Professional Needs, Efforts for Development and Available Resources

 

Book Reviews

1. Andy Kirkpatrick. World Englishes: Implications for International Communication and English Language Teaching
2. Muriel Saville-Troike. Introducing Second Language Acquisition
3. Ann Raimes. Keys for Writers, 5th ed.
4. Focus on grammar: An integrated skills approach series, 3rd ed.

 

Volume 10 Issue 2: June 2008

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Foreword by Roger Nunn
Article 1. Giao Quynh Tran Pragmatic and Discourse Transfer of Combination of Compliment Response Strategies in Second Language Learning and Usage
Article 2. Guofang Wan, Rex Tanimoto, Rosalyn Anstine Templeton Creating Constructivist Learning Environment for Japanese EFL Students: A Digital Story Program
Article 3. Liu Wenyu and Lu Yang Research on EFL Writing Strategy Using SRP: An Empirical Study in DUT
Article 4. Han-Min Tsai Improving an EFL Class: Starting from Classroom Observations
Article 5. Berrin Ui§kun How Does Context Contribute to EFL Learners Assessment of Vocabulary Gain?
Article 6. Ya-huei Wang and Hung-Chang Liao The Application of Learning Portfolio Assessment for Students in the Technological and Vocational Education System
Article 7. Bexi Perdomo Effectiveness of Recasts in the Teaching of EFL
Article 8. Fei-wen Cheng Scaffolding Language, Scaffolding Writing:A Genre Approach to Teaching Narrative Writing
Article 9. Saeed Mehrpour A Comparison of the Effects of two Vocabulary Teaching Techniques
Article 10. Roger Nunn Do Academic Reviewers Readily Accept a First-Person Voice?
Article 11. Phyllis Ghim-Lian Chew Competition or Cooperation; War or Peace? Language and Education in Singapore

Book Reviews

1. Marion Williams & Robert L. Burden. Psychology for Language teachers: A Social Constructivist Approach
2. Robert DeKeyser. Practice in a Second Language: Perspectives from Applied Linguistics and Cognitive Psychology
3. Yan Huang. Pragmatics
4. Thomas S.C. Farrell. Succeeding with English Language Learners: A Guide for Beginning Teachers

 

Volume 10 Issue 1: March 2008

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Foreword by Roger Nunn

Article 1. Kyoung Rang Lee and Rebecca Oxford. Understanding EFL Learners Strategy Use and Strategy Awareness
Article 2. Mohammad Rahimi. Using Dictation to Improve Language Proficiency
Article 3. Souvannasy Bouangeune, Masashi Sakigawa and Yukiko Hirakawa. Determinants and issues in student achievement in English at the Lao Secondary Education Level
Article 4. Junko Otoshi and Neil Heffernan. Factors Predicting Effective Oral Presentations in EFL Classrooms
Article 5. Chi Yen Chiu. The Discourse of an English Teacher in a Cyber Writing Course: Roles and Autonomy
Article 6. Nguyen Thi Mai. Mentoring Beginning EFL Teachers at Tertiary Level in Vietnam
Article 7. Zhu Xinhua. Is Syntactic Maturity a Reliable Measurement to Investigate the Relationship Between English Speaking and Writing?
Article 8. Mahmood Rouhani. Another Look at the C-Test: A Validation Study with Iranian EFL Learners
Article 9. Jeng-yih Tim Hsu and Chu-yao Chiu. Lexical Collocations and their Relation to Speaking Proficiency of College EFL Learners in Taiwan
Article 10. Lu-Fang Lin. The Study of English Learners Synthesizing Process While Reading
Article 11. Nilton Hitotuzi. An Economical Approach towards Interaction in the L2 Classroom: A Task-based Learning Experiment
Article 12. Daniela Nikolova. English-teaching in Elementary Schools in Japan: A Review of a Current Government Survey

Book Reviews

Carol A. Chapelle and Dan Douglas. Assessing Language through Computer Technology.
Greg Watson and Sonia Zyngier (Eds.), Literature and Stylistics for Language Learners: Theory and Practice.
Kathleen M. Bailey. Practical English Language Teaching: Speaking.
Guofang Li. Culturally Contested Pedagogy: Battles of Literacy and Schooling between Mainstream Teachers and Asian Immigrant Parents.


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 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 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 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.


2006

Volume 8 Issue 4: December 2006

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Foreword & Index : Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Reima Al-Jarf Large Student Enrollments in EFL Programs: Challenges and Consequences
Article 2. Suleiman Al-Husseini The Visible and Invisible Role of English Foundation Programmes: A Search for Communication Opportunities within EFL Contexts
Article 3. Naoko Taguchi and Naeko Naganuma Transition from learning English to Learning in English: Students Perceived Adjustment Difficulties in an English-Medium University in Japan
Article 4. Xiao Lixin What can we Learn from a Learning Needs Analysis of Chinese English Majors in a University Context?
Article 5. Derin Atay and Giökce Kurt Prospective Teachers and L2 Writing Anxiety
Article 6. Behzad Ghonsooly and Ahmad-Reza Eghtesadee Role of Cognitive Style of Field-dependence/ independence in Using Metacognitive and Cognitive Reading Strategies by a Group of Skilled and Novice Iranian Students of English Literature
Article 7. M. Samaie, R. Sahragard and R. Parhizkar A Critical Analysis of Learning and Teaching Goals in Gardner s Theory of Attitudes and Motivation
Article 8. Mansour Koosha and Ali Akbar Jafarpour Data-driven Learning and Teaching collocation of prepositions: The Case of Iranian EFL Adult Learners
Article 9. Yuh-Mei Chen Using Children s Literature for Reading and Writing Stories
Article 10. Shaun O Dwyer In ELT, It s Time for Constructivists to get Real
Article 11. Sivakumar Sivasubramaniam Promoting the Prevalence of Literature in the Practice of Foreign and Second Language Education: Issues and Insights

Book reviews:

John Baker and Nashwa Badr Reflective Practice in Action: 80 Reflection Breaks for Busy Teachers (Thomas S. C. Farrell)
Deepti Gupta The Story of English in India (N. Krishnaswamy and Lalitha Krishnaswamy)

 

Volume 8 Issue 3: September 2006

Proceedings from the Asian EFL Journal International Conference, April 2006.

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Foreword & Index : Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Nunan, David. Task-based language teaching in the Asia context: Defining task
Article 2. Professor Rod Ellis. The Methodology of Task-Based Teaching
Article 3. Professor Francis Mangubhai. What do we know about learning and teaching second languages: Implications for teaching
Article 4. Dr. Roger Nunn. Designing Holistic Units for Task-Based Learning.
Article 5. Professor Rebecca Oxford. Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning: An Overview.
Article 6 . Darren Lingley. A Task-based Approach to Teaching a Content-based Canadian Studies Course in an EFL Context.
Article 7. Meena Lochana & Gitoshree Deb. Task Based Teaching: Learning English without Tears.
Article 8. Theron Muller. Researching the Influence of Target Language on Learner Task Performance.
Article 9. Ahmet Acar.Models, Norms and Goals for English as an International Language Pedagogy and Task Based Language Teaching and Learning.
Article 10. Mariko Eguchi & Keiichi Eguchi. The Limited Effect of PBL on EFL Learners: A Case Study of English Magazine Projects.
Article 11. Benedict Lin. Genre-based Teaching and Vygotskian Principles in EFL: The Case of a University Writing Course.
Article 12. Neil Heffernen. An integrated approach to teaching academic writing.
Article 13. Naoki Fujimoto-Adamson. Globalization and History of English Education in Japan.
Article 14. Todd Vercoe. Taking Advantage of Cognitive Difference of Asians and Westerners in the Teaching of English

Book Reviews.
Landry, K. Top Notch 1: English for Today s World,. Saslow, Joan & and Ascher, Allen. NY: Pearson Education, Inc.

Asian EFL Journal 2006 International Conference Videos
Video 1. Professor Ellis
Video 2. Dr. Francis Mangubhai
Video 3. Drs Yafu Gong & Shaoqian Luo

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Volume 8. Issue 2: June 2006

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Foreword & Index : Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Reima Sado Al-Jarf: Cross-cultural Communication: Saudi, Ukrainian, and Russian Students Online.
Article 2. Hu Ying-hui: An investigation into the task features affecting EFL listening comprehension test performance.
Article 3. Jason Miin-Hwa Lim: Associating Interference with Strategy Instruction: An Investigation into the Learning of the Present Continuous.
Article 4. Lilian Chen: The Effect Of The Use Of L1 In A Multimedia Tutorial On Grammar Learning: An Error Analysis Of Taiwanese Beginning Efl Learners English Essays.
Article 5. Ming Chung Yu: On the Teaching and Learning of L2 Sociolinguistic Competence in Classroom Settings.
Article 6. Derrick Nault: Using World Literatures to Promote Intercultural Competence In Asian EFL Learners.
Article 7. Forood Sepassi: Age-related Variations in E.F.L Learners Attentiveness to Prosodic vs. Syntactic Cues of Sentence Structure.
Article 9. Eva Bernat: Assessing EAP learners beliefs about language learning in the Australian context
Article 10. Asako Uchibori, Kiyomi Chujo, and Shuji Hasegawa: Towards Better Grammar Instruction: Bridging the Gap between High School Textbooks and TOEIC.

Book Reviews.
1. M.A. Nashwa Ezzat Badr and M.A. Mai Amin Hassan: ESL Writers: A Guide for Writing Center Tutors (eds. Shanti Bruce and Ben Rafoth)

2. Wendy Y.K. Lam: Achieving Success in Second Language Acquisition (Betty Lou Leaver, Madeline Ehrman and Boris Shekhtman)

 

Volume 8, Issue 1: March 2006.

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Foreword & Index : Dr. Roger Nunn
Article 1. Ya-Ling Chen. The Influence of Partial English Immersion Programs in Taiwan on Kindergartners Perceptions of Chinese and English Languages and Cultures
Article 2. David R. Litz & Allison K. Smith. Semantically Acceptable Scoring Procedures (SEMAC) Versus Exact Replacement Scoring Methods (ERS) For Cloze Tests: A Case Study
Article 3. Yuh-Mei Chen. EFL Instruction and Assessment with Portfolios: A Case Study in Taiwan
Article 4. Darren Lingley. Apologies Across Cultures: An Analysis of Intercultural Communication Problems Raised in the Ehime Maru Incident
Article 5. In-Jae Jeon & Jung-won Hahn. Exploring EFL Teachers Perceptions of Task-Based Language Teaching: A Case Study of Korean Secondary School Classroom Practice
Article 6. A. H. Abdul Raof and Masdinah Alauyah Md. Yusof. ESP Project Work: Preparing Learners for the Workplace
Article 7. Kaoru Mita, Mika Shirao, Steven Martin, Yuko Hatagaki, Gary Dendo. The Impact of Foreign Asian Students in Japanese University EFL Classrooms
EFL Classrooms
Article 8. Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan. Language Teaching: State of the Art
Article 9. Ali Al-Issa. The Cultural and Economic Politics of English Language Teaching in Sultanate of Oman
Article 10. A.L. Fenton and Y. Terasawa. Paradigm Lost? A Belated Reply to Jarvis and Atsilarat from Japan


2005

Volume 7. Issue 4: December 2005

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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 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. Extensive Reading Reports Different Intelligences, Different Levels of Processing
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. The Kinds of Forms Learners Attend to During Focus on Form Instruction: A Description of an Advanced ESL Writing Class
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 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.

 

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


2004

Volume 6. Issue 4: December 2004

Article 1. Erlenawati Sawir. Keeping up with native speakers: The many and positive roles of repetition in the conversations of EFL learners
Article 2. Roger Cohen. The Current Status of English Education in Mongolia
Article 3. F. Sadighi, M.R. Parhizgar, M. Saadat. Preposition Pied-piping and Preposition Stranding Constructions in the Interlanguage Grammar of Iranian EFL Learners
Article 4. David Brown. A Consideration of the Role of The Four Iddhipada and the Sutta in Teaching English in Thailand Today
Article 5. Kota Ohata. Phonological Differences between Japanese and English: Several Potentially Problematic Areas of Pronunciation for Japanese ESL/EFL Learners
Article 6. Yanpu Zhang. A Study of English Writing by Native Chinese Freshmen : Teaching English Requires the Teaching of Culture(s)
Article 7. Pedro Luchini. Developing oral skills by combining fluency- with accuracy-focused tasks: A case study in China
Article 8. Huw Jarvis and Sirin Atsilarat. Shifting paradigms: from a communicative to a context-based approach
Article 9. Guoxing Yu. Perception, Practice and Progress Significance of scaffolding and zone of proximal development for second or foreign language teachers
Article 10. Annie Hong Qin Zhao and Carol Morgan. Consideration of Age in L2 Attainment Children, Adolescents and Adults
Article 11. Roger Nunn. The Unknown Unknowns of Plain English

 

Volume 6. Issue 3: September 2004

Article 1. Kyung-eun Yoon CLT Theories and Practices in EFL Curricula A Case Study of Korea
Article 2. Kim Sung Jin Cross-Cultural Pragmatic Failure: A Definitional Analysis with Implications for Classroom Teaching
Article 3. Yi-hui Chiu The L2 Acquisition of the Coordinating Conjunction and in Taiwanese Learners Interlanguage at College Level
Article 4. Chi-yu Chang How American Culture Correlates the Process of Globalization
Article 5. Peter Dash Cross-Cultural Pragmatic Failure: A Definitional Analysis with Implications for Classroom Teaching
Article 6. Hasan Ansary & Esmat Babaii The Generic Integrity of Newspaper Editorials: A Systemic Functional Perspective
Article 7. Linda Martine Small Group Interaction Among Native English Speaking and Non-Native English Speaking Learners in a Teacher Training Context
Article 8. Abdallah Ahmad Baniabdelrahman Roles of Cooperating Teachers and Practicum Supervisors and their Effect on EFL Student-Teachers Teaching Skills
Article 9. Saeed Mehrpour & Abdolmehdi Riazi The Impact of Text Length on EFL Students Reading Comprehension
Article 10. Meiling Wang & Sirkku Aaltonen Sino-Finnish E-Mail Project A Teaching Tool for Tertiary Business Communication Course
Article 11. Luchini Pedro Op Ed

 

Volume 6. Issue 2: June 2004

Article 1. Alistair Sharp. Language learning and awareness of personality type in Chinese settings
Article 2. David Jeffrey. A Teacher Diary Experience
Article 3. Wang Lin. A Study on Cross-cultural Barriers in Reading of English
Article 4. Naoki Fujimoto-Adamson. Localizing Team-Teaching Research
Article 5. Pedro Luis Luchini. Integrating a Methodology Component into a Language Improvement Course at Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata
Article 6. Mustafa Z Altan. Nationality &Language Learning Strategies of ELT-Major University Students
Article 7. Chizuko Suzuki. An Analysis of Japanese and Korean Students Online Discussion Based on Movie Reports
Article 8. Ma Zhan Xiang. The Necessity of Intensifying English Vocabulary Teaching in the Remote Minority Area College English Teaching
Article 9. Paul Robertson Op Ed

 

Volume 6. Issue 1: March 2004

Article 1. Hideo Oka. A Non-native Approach to ELT:Universal or Asian ?
Article 2. Niu Qiang, Ph.D., Martin Wolff, J.D., Teng Hai, Anne-Marie Gregory, M.Sc. CAN YOU GET A FIRST CLASS EDUCATION AT A THIRD TIER COLLEGE IN CHINA?
Article 3. Krishna Konda, Metaphorical Systems and their Implications to Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Article 4. George Mann. An evaluation approach towards feedback betterment in an initial teacher training in EFL
Article 5. Ping Duan & Weiping Gu Teaching Trial and Analysis of English for Technical Communication
Article 6. Kemal Sinan i–zmen. MAKE THEM BE AWARE, NOT BEWARE OF LEARNING: The Cognitive Therapy Technique (CTT) in adult EFL classes
Article 7. Minsheng Li Culture and Classroom Communication: A Case Study of Asian Students in New Zealand Language Schools
Article 8. Nenden Sri Lengkanawati How Learners from Different Cultural Backgrounds Learn a Foreign Language
Article 9. Colin Toms General English coursebooks and their place in an ESAP* programme
Article 10. Michel Englebert. CHARACTER OR CULTURE? IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CULTURALLY DIVERSE CLASSROOM


2003

Volume 5. Issue 4: December 2003

Article 1. Thornbury, Scott. Teaching vocabulary using short texts
Article 2. Lynch, Richard. Authentic, Performance-Based Assessment in ESL/EFL Reading Instruction
Article 3. Wang, Agio. A Comparison of Word-formation between Chinese and English
Article 4. Kim, Hyun Sook. The types of speaking assessment tasks used by Korean Junior Secondary school English teachers
Article 5. Baker, Will. Should culture be an overt component of EFL instruction outside of English speaking countries? The Thai context
Article 6. Nguyen Thi Thanh Huyen + Khuat Thi Thu Nga. LEARNING VOCABULARY THROUGH GAMES: The Effectiveness of Learning Vocabulary Through Games
Article 7. Ahn, Sun Hee. A Case Study of a Korean Learner
Article 8. Pollock, Eric.J. The Traffic Cop Syndrome

 

Volume 5. Issue 3: September 2003

Article 1. Nevar,. John. Teaching English in Japan to Chinese Students
Article 2. Adamson, John. Challenging beliefs in teacher development: potential influences of Theravada Buddhism upon Thais learning English
Article 3. Vu Thi Phuong Thao. The Contribution of Multimedia Tools to EFL Settings Unfamiliar with Technology
Article 4. Lee, Kyung Ok. The relationship of school year, sex and proficiency on the use of learning strategies in learning English of Korean junior high school students
Article 5. Pollock, Eric.J. Using Mystery Stories in the Language Classroom
Article 6. Esmat Babaii & Hasan Ansary. The Discourse Structure of and Sociopolitical Strictures on TV Commercials

 

Volume 5. Issue 2: June 2003

Article 1. Nation, Paul. The role of the first language in foreign language learning
Article 2. Sperling, Dave. Dave Sperling s Guide to the Internet s Best Writing Resources
Article 3. Otlowski, Marcus. Ethnic diversity and Gender bias in EFL textbooks
Article 4. Dash, Peter. Culture Rejected as an Individual Difference in the SLA Process: Not significant, separate and appropriate, overall -nor for Northeast Asia
Article 5. Robertson, Paul. Teaching English Pronunciation Skills to the Asian Learner. A Cultural Complexity or Subsumed Piece of Cake?

 

Volume 5. Issue 1: March 2003

Article 1. Ansary, Hasan & Babaii, Esmat. Subliminal Sexism in Current ESL/EFL Textbooks
Article 2. Cheon, Heesook. The Viability of Computer Mediated Communication in the Korean Secondary EFL Classroom
Article 3. Nunn, Roger. Intercultural Communication & Grice s Principle
Article 4. Poole, Gregory. ASSESSING JAPAN S INSTITUTIONAL ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Article 5. Doyon, Paul. Enhancing Value Perception in the Japanese EFL Classroom
Article 6. Landry, Kevin. Dictionaries Usage in EFL and Learner Development
Article 7. Kim, Su-Jin. ASSESSING DICTIONARIES IN ASIAN EFL USAGE


2002

Volume 4. Issue 4: December 2002

Article 1. Robertson, Paul. ASIANEFL RESEARCH PROTOCOLS
Article 2. Dash, Peter. English Only (EO) In The Classroom: Time For a Reality Check?

 

Volume 4. Issue 3: September 2002

Article 1. Davidson, Tom. The Business of Words; Whose domain?
Article 2. Davidson, Tom. Courtroom English.
Article 3. Dash, Peter. L1 / L2 Learning in Children: Explicitly Reframed

 

Volume 4. Issue 2: June 2002

Article 1. Robertson, Paul. The Pervading Influence of Neo- Confucianism on the Korean Education System
Article 2. Brett, James. The Chinese Learner: A Neo Globalized Learner or the Re-Birth or an Old Culture
Article 3. Kim, James. Korea. A cross cultural communication analyzed

 

Volume 4. Issue 1: March 2002

Article 1. Robertson, Paul. The critical age hypothesis. A critique of research methodology
Article 2. Kristou, Barry. A Comparison of Korean, Czech and Greek Second Language Learning Systems
Article 3. Carmichael, Susan. An Expose of What Is An English Teacher