2011 Quarterly

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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

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