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Volume 103 – November 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 103 – November 2017 – Teaching Article

| November 1, 2017

1. Mostafa Taghizadeh Langari and Mostafa Parvin
Teacher Burnout and Its Effect on Effective Teaching as Perceived by Students

2. Reza Khany and Khalil Tazik
Creativity Styles and Thinking Styles among Iranian EFL learners

3. Hooshang Khoshsima and Iman Izad
On the Consideration of Existing ESP Syllabuses in Iranian Educational Setting

4. Rozina Abdul Ghani, Mas Azila Ahmat and Ratnawati Mohd Asraf
Blogging as a Tool in Developing Writing Skills: Lessons from the Experience of the Students and Class Teacher

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Volume 102 – August 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 102 – August 2017 – Teaching Article

| August 2, 2017

1. Nga Thanh Nguyen and Nga Dung Ngo
Understanding Teacher Efficacy to Teach English for Specific Purposes

2. Thilina Inrajie Wickramaarachchi
“I Can’t Read This! It’s So Difficult!” – The Impact of the Difficulty of Texts on ESL Reading Comprehension

3. Wijang Sakitri, Sandy Arief, Ida Maftukhah, and Tusyanah
Strategies Used by Indonesia Businessmen for Communication via Email in Global Trade Era

4. Ratnawati Mohd Asraf and Ainul Azmin Md Zamin
Using the Developmental Rubric as a Tool in the Teaching of Academic Writing

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Volume 101 – July 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 101 – July 2017 – Teaching Article

| May 17, 2017

1. Saleh Al-Busaidi
Predicting Academic Achievement

2. Ruba Fahmi Bataineh and Alaeddin Khaled Alqatnani
The Effect of a Thinking Maps®-Based Instructional Program on Jordanian EFL Tenth-Grade Students’ Critical Reading Skills

3. Hong Shi
Examining the Effectiveness of Formative Assessment in English Vocabulary Learning of Senior High School Students in China

4. Faridah Abdul Malik, Ratnawati Mohd Asraf, Khairiah Othman and Ainon Jariah Muhamad
EFL Pre-University Students’ Readiness for Learner Autonomy: Does culture matter?

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Volume 100 – May 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 100 – May 2017 – Teaching Article

| April 16, 2017

1. Hee Jun Choi and Octavia Mantik
The Relationships between English Language Acquisition of Young Children in a Korean Private Kindergarten and Their Gender, Teacher–Student Relationship, Temperament, and Intrinsic Motivation

2. Ienneke Indra Dewi, Irfan Rifai, and Djuria Suprato
Free online high – stake English test exercises: The evaluation, the learning,
the teaching, and the model

3. Udomluk Koolsriroj and Malinee Prapinwong
Expectation vs. Reality: Voices of Thai Scholars Regarding the Demand for International Publications

4. Liping Liang, Pan He, and Wen Chen
A study on goal orientations of English teaching and learning in a Chinese language learning centre

5. Romualdo A. Mabuan and Gregorio P. Ebron, Jr.
A Blended Learning Approach to Teaching Writing: Using E-mail in the ESL Classroom

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Volume 99 – April 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 99 – April 2017 – Teaching Article

| March 28, 2017

1. Jeffrey Dawala Wilang and Wareesiri Singhasiri
Specific anxiety situations in the intelligibility of Englishes as a lingua franca

2. Jariya Sudtho and Wareesiri Singhasiri
Exploring pre-service teachers’ professional identity formation through the lens of critical incidents

3. Phutsacha Tippanet and Pornpimol Sukavatee
Effects of creative writing instruction: A comparison between face-to-face and online learning settings

4. Meixiao Lin
Oral English proficiency of Chinese university students of different English levels in expressing their native culture

5. Nisita Rittapirom
Development of Task-Based English oral communication course for EFL undergraduate tourism students

6. Chaehee Park
English L2 spelling developmental patterns: Comparison of English only phonemes and common Phonemes

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Volume 98 – February 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 98 – February 2017 – Teaching Article

| January 23, 2017

1. Muhammad Yunus and Taslim
English lecturers’ perceptions of task-based reading teaching at ABA Universitas Muslim Indonesia

2. Donnie M. Tulud
Probes on the rhetorical moves of research methods in research articles

3. Nadezhda Chubko
Video making as a way to improve students’ grammar knowledge: A case-study of teaching grammar in the academic English classroom

4. Xie Qian
Recent developments of China’s basic foreign language education: Review and reflections

5. Yusri, Annisa Romadloni and Mantasiah R
Intercultural approach in foreign language learning to improve students’ motivation

6. Saidna Zulfiqar Bin Tahir
Multilingual teaching and learning at Pesantren Schools in Indonesia

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Volume 97 – January 2017 – Teaching Article

Volume 97 – January 2017 – Teaching Article

| January 1, 2017

1. Fauzy Rahman Kosasih
English Materials and Their Relevance to the needs of Pharmacy Students: A Case Study at a School of Pharmacy in Bandung – Indonesia

2. I-ru Su
Bi-directional Transfer of Narrative Skills: Analysis of the “Frog Story” of Chinese EFL Learners

3. Yakun Wei, Michael Wherrity, and Yi Zhang
A Quantitative Study on the Interpersonal Use of Modality in Court Arguments: An Appraisal Theory Perspective

4. Kun Aniroh Muhrofi-Gunadi
Research and Trends of ESP in Indonesia

5. Yanina V. Ermakova, Natalia V. Demyanenko, Vasiliy N. Kurovskii, Anna V. Tsepilova, Svetlana A. Kadochnikova
The Concept of Mobile Learning of University Students when Studying Foreign Language

6. Syamsul Una
Shariah Based Approach in Teaching Economic English: A Study on Lecturers and Students Perspectives

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Volume 96 – November 2016 – Teaching Article

Volume 96 – November 2016 – Teaching Article

| October 24, 2016

1. Chaehee Park
A study on the phonology of Korean L1 and English L2: Phoneme and sub-syllabic structure differences

2. Jingjing Qin
Arabic EFL University Students’ Use of Source Texts in Argumentative Writing

3. Christina D. Vicencio and Christopher S. VicencioComparison of Code-Switching Behaviors of Male and Female Classroom Teachers across Age Groups

4. Satima Rotjanawongchai
How Teachers Can Make the Keyword Method More Challenging for Students

5. Ouda Teda Ena, Made Frida Yulia, and Carla Sih PrabandariGender
Roles and Representations in the English E-Textbooks for Junior High School in Indonesia

6. Hsiu Chiao (Sally) FanEmploying Inspiring and Appealing Materials as Supplemental Reading to Improve EFL Learners’ English Language Competence

7. Mihretu Yihunie Yalew
Investigating Grade-Nine EFL Teachers’ and Learners’ Beliefs towards CLT and Perceived Difficulties in Implementing Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) in EFL: The Case of Three Debre Markos Secondary Schools, in Ethiopia

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Volume 95 – October 2016 – Teaching Article

Volume 95 – October 2016 – Teaching Article

| September 30, 2016

1. Pham Huu Duc
A Computer-Based Model for Assessing English Writing Skills for Vietnamese EFL Learners

2. Syarifuddin Dollah and Mustaqimah
The Attitude of Hotel Department Students towards Learning English in Relation to their Learning Strategies and Achievement in Indonesian Context

3. Tusyanah, Ida Maftukhah, Sandy Arief, and Wijang Sakitri
The Contribution of Classical Music Given Outdoor to Improve Indonesian High School Students’ Ability in Descriptive Text Writing

4. Ying LI
The Role of Mandarin Speakers’ Mimicry Ability in Their Accurate Pronunciation of French

5. Ying LI
Degree of Foreign Accent in English Production by Japanese, Thai and Italian Adults and Children

6. Yanina V. Ermakova, Natalia V. Demyanenko, Vasiliy N. Kurovskii, Anna V. Tsepilova, and Svetlana A. Kadochnikova
The Concept and Blended Learning Models of Engineering Students when Learning a Foreign Language

7. Huimei Grace Yang
A Comparison Study on the Differences and Relationship of Quality of Life and English Learning Achievements of the NQU English Majors Graduated from Senior High School and Vocational High School

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Volume 94 – August 2016 – Teaching Article

Volume 94 – August 2016 – Teaching Article

| July 22, 2016

1. Sri Mulatsih
Multimodal materials in teaching genre-based writing: A way to promote students’ multimodal literacies

2. Huimei Grace Yang
Chinese College Students’ Perceptions of Influence of Quality of Life on L2 Achievement

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