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Implementing The internet Resources in ESL/EFL Classrooms

2.   

Reading As inquiry in EFL: A Descriptive Study of Taiwanese College Students’ Responses to Feminist Texts

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A Comparison of The Effects of Pure Repetition and Embedded Elaboration on The Listening Comprehension of EFL Students

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Teachers’ Perception of Reading Strategy instruction to Non-English Majors in EFL Context: Focusing on Students’ Motivation to Read

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Positive Transfer of Reading Ability from First Language to Second Language in an EFL Context—Taiwan

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Word Association Quizzes For Improving EFL Learners’ Speaking and Listening Skills

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Spanish-Speaking Children's Home Language and Literacy Experiences and Their Bilingual/Biliteracy Development

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Use of Clinical Judgment in Special Education Referrals of Language Minority Students

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English Pronunciation Teaching Revisited: World English’ View

10.   

Teachers’ Perspectives on Portfolio Assessment in EFL Writing Classrooms.

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Evaluating Change in English Language Teaching: introducing A Model of Change

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Usefulness of Spoken EFL Learner-Based Definitions

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Strategies For Identifying and Reducing Self-Reported Writing Apprehension in Adult English Language Learners Preparing For U.S. University Courses

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Dual Language Programs: What Are They and Why Should We Use Them? Some Points and Recommendations For Educators, Parents and Administrators

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The Effect of Self-Regulated Learning Strategy Training on Taiwanese Junior High School Students’ English Performance

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Reading For Pleasure: Guiding EFL Students to Enter The Real Reading World

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Preparing K-12 Teachers, Administrators and Guidance Counselors to Effectively Communicate With English Language Learners (Ells)

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The Controversy in ESL Classroom Assessment: Standardized Testing or Authentic Assessment?

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English As an international Language and Teachers Professional Identity

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Metacognitive Strategies Used By EFL Taiwanese College Students When Reading  topics of Varying Familiarity in Chinese and English

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Foreign Language Pragmatic Development of Chinese EFL Primary School Children: an Explorative Study of Children’s Development of Communicative Acts

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Sojourn in The Globalized Classroom: A Case Report on Building intercultural Competence Through Global Issues

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Meeting The Needs of English Language Learners in The United States: The Process of Entering Ethnolinguistic Communities

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Effects of Cooperative Learning on Self-Efficacy and Task Value of EFL Students

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Relative Effects of Teaching Vocabulary By Direct and incidental Methods

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Taiwanese Teachers’ Beliefs About English Teaching and Learning

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Grammar instruction in The Second Language Classroom

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Teach Me today, Ms. W., Because I May Be Gone tomorrow

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Communication Skills: Perceptions of Adult ESL Learners

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Strategies That Bridge The Comprehension Gap

31.   

Thai Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices About Teaching English As A Foreign Language in Secondary Schools, Thailand

32.   

The Nature Vs. Nurture Debate: Nativist and Environmentalist Theories

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investigating The Effect of English Reading Proficiency Levels of EFL College Freshmen on The Selection of Metacognitive Strategies Used When Reading English Expository Texts

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Integrating Our Notions of Purpose: Motivational Tendencies of Senmon Gakko and University Students of English in Japan

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Constructivist Language Learning Through Webquests in EFL Context: The Learners’ Perspectives

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Examining The Impact Among Linguistic Patterns, Listening Strategy Use, and FL Listening Comprehension

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The Effect of Student-Teacher Conferencing and Students’ REFLection Paper on EFL Student Writing.

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Large Student Enrollments in EFL Programs: Challenges and Consequences

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The Visible and invisible Role of English Foundation Programmes: A Search For Communication Opportunities Within EFL Contexts

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Transition from Learning English to Learning in English: Students’ Perceived Adjustment Difficulties in an English-Medium University in Japan

  

 

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