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                                                                                                                                 ELT and LINGUISTICS

1. English Borrowings versus Their Translated Equivalents    

[FULL PAPER]

Dr.T.Karunakaran, SRI LANKA

2. Contrastive Lexical Approach and Teaching Second Language Literature: Tran lexemes Facilitate Translation and Language Teaching
[FULL PAPER]  

Mohammad Khatib1, PhD and Meisam Ziafar2, PhD Candidate, IRAN

3. Assessing Saudi Learners’ Beliefs about English Language Learning
[FULL PAPER]

Dr. Abdulaziz Saleh Alsamaani, SAUDI ARABIA 

            4. A Content Analysis of Teacher’s Book of Action Pack Seven as a Textbook for Teaching English as a Foreign Language in                                                                               Jordan
[FULL PAPER]

Dr. Firas Ali Suleiman Zawahreh, JORDAN

                                    5. Soft Skills for Engineers through Literature
[FULL PAPER]

J.John Sunil Manoah, INDIA

6. Assumptions and Applications of Communicative Activities for Collaborative Learning in ESL Class
[FULL PAPER]

K.Yugandhar, AFRICA

7. Sociocultural and Linguistic Perspectives ofChart Korbjitti’s Fictions
[FULL PAPER]

Pisutpong Endoo, THAILAND

8. Exploring the Linguistic Features Used by Wordsworth in Lines Written in Early Spring: A Stylistic Study
 [FULL PAPER]

Sarab Kadir Mugair, PhD student

9. Continuous Professional Development through Interaction and Collaborative Action Research
[FULL PAPER]

Ravi Bhushan, PhD, INDIA

10. The Effectiveness of Using L1 in Teaching L2 Grammar
[FULL PAPER]

Mohammad A. Alseweed, SAUDI ARABIA

11. Fricatives and Affricates of English Vocabulary: A Pedagogical Perspective for Assamese medium Learners of English
[FULL PAPER]

Dr. Anima Baishya, INDIA

                                         12. English Accents and L2 Learner’s Identity
[FULL PAPER]

Juhi Kim, AMERICA

13. Assessment of Multiple Intelligences Managed in English Text Book of Primary Level

Tanzeela Urooj1Dr. Sufiana Khatoon Malik2, PAKISTAN
[FULL PAPER]

14. The Difficulty Hierarchyin the Acquisition of English Relative Clauses by Persian Learners
 [FULL PAPER]

Seyed Jalal Abdolmanafi(Rokni) and Abdolbaghi Rezaee2 (Talarposhti), IRAN

15. Linguistic Impoliteness and Social Disruption in Literary Discourse
[FULL PAPER]

Nawal Fadhil Abbas, PhD candidate, MALAYSIA

16. The What, the Why and the How of Testing in the Teaching and Learning of English

Dr. Mohammad Shaukat Ansari, INDIA
[FULL PAPER]

17. Darn, S. (February, 2005). Aspects of nonverbal communication. The Internet TESL Journal, 6 (2)
[FULL PAPER]

Reviewed by Mitra Niroomand & Fatemeh Behjat, IRAN

18. Role of Newspapers in enriching vocabulary
 [FULL PAPER]

Dr Arun K Behera1PDF, PhD,PGDTE,DDE,PGDJ,AMSPI,MA and Prof. B K Tripathy2, D.Litt., PhD,PGDTE,MA

INDIA

Section: II

ENGLISH LITERATURE

19. Choices and Predilections in Literary Translation Exchanging Notes
[FULL PAPER]

 V.V.B.Rama Rao, Ph.D. INDIA

20. Role of Form and Structure in Adding Meaning to a Piece of  Literature
[FULL PAPER]

Shaina Rauf Khan, PAKISTAN

21. Toni Morrison’s Feminism: A Comparative study of the Characters of Sula and Nel in SULA

Pratima Singh, INDIA
[FULL PAPER]

22. ‘BOLDNESS’ AND ‘FLAUNTINGNESS’ AS THE COMMON ELEMENTS IN THE WRITINGS OF SHOBHAA DE: WITH A SPECIAL REFERENCE OF HER AUTOBIOGRAPHY ‘SELECTIVE MEMORY’
[FULL PAPER]

MAYUR R. AGRAVAT1 and RITA DABHI2, INDIA

23.The Tensions between the Conflicting Demands of the Victorian Against the Modern in the Poems of Tennyson, Browning and Hopkins
[FULL PAPER]

Nivedita Lahkar, INDIA 

24. Ann Petry: A Victim of Canonical Representation
[FULL PAPER]

Ashaq Hussain Parray, INDIA

25. MOTHER-AN INVINCIBLE INFINITE VARIETY: BASED ON KAMALA DAS’ POEM ‘MY MOTHER AT SIXTY SIX’
[FULL PAPER]

Ms.B.Sivapriyaand Mr.G.Immanuel2, INDIA

26. Waris Shah and William Shakespeare-the Poets of Passion
[FULL PAPER]  

Kaneez Fatima Syeda, PAKISTAN

27. Reclaiming Identity through the Community: A Study of Toni Morrison’s Beloved and A Mercy
[FULL PAPER]  

Mahboobeh Khaleghi, INDIA

28. Press in India and Raja Ram Mohan Roy
[FULL PAPER]

Dr Arun K Behera, PDF, PhD,PGDTE,DDE,PGDJ,AMSPI,MA, INDIA

29. Dialogic and Novel: A Study of Shashi Tharoor’s Riot
[FULL PAPER]

Dr. Taj Mohammad 1 and Soada Idris Khan 2, INDIA

30. Ecological Ethics and Environmental Consciousness in Bond’s Selected Short Stories

Dr Khursheed Ahmad Qazi, INDIA
[FULL PAPER]

31. JUDE THE OBSCURE: PORTRAYING THE DISRUPTION OF THE SOCIETY
[FULL PAPER]

S. PUSHPA1 and Dr. M. Ravichandran2, INDIA

Section: III

EDUCATION

32. THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF PIVOTAL RESPONSE TRAINING AND DIRECT INSTRUCTION ON COMPLIANCE AND SELF-INITIATIONS FOR TWO MALE PRESCHOOL STUDENTS DIAGNOSED WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
[FULL PAPER]

Madison Feddersen1 B. Ed. , T. F. McLaughlin2 Ph. D. , K. Mark Derby3, Ph. D. and Milena Robison4, B. Ed

 USA

33. THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS® CHALKBOARD, WOODEN LETTERS, AND WORKSHEET USING HIGHLIGHT, MODEL AND START POINT ON LEGIBILITY FOR TWO PRESCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
[FULL PAPER]

T. F. McLaughlin1 and  K. Mark Derbyand Michelle McKenzie3, M. Ed., USA

34. Web Surfing – A Good Tool for Pedagogy
[FULL PAPER]

K. Balamurugan1, Ph.D. and S. Thirunavukkarasu2, Ph.D., INDIA

35. THE NEED OF CAREER COUNSELLING AT THE HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL
[FULL PAPER]

Dr. Fauzia Khurshid1 and Farkhanda Tabusum2, PAKISTAN

36. Nature of Conflict and Conflict Management Strategies
[FULL PAPER]

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar1 and Dr. Umar Ali Khan2, PAKISTAN

37.A Study of Effective Implementation of E-Learning in Higher Education with Special Reference to Najran University                                  [FULL PAPER]

Farooqui Waseemuddin1, and Mirza Anwarullah Baig2, SAUDI ARABIA

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