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ISSN 2278-4012

JULY 2014

Vol. 3 Issue 3

Section: I

ELT and LINGUISTICS

1. The Resolutions of the Post-Millennium Structuralism Teaching Strategies for the Prerequisite TOEFL Course within the University Settings 

Ream Odetallah, U.A.E.

[FULL PAPER]

 2. The  Contribution of the Indian Linguists to Language Theory

Dr. Geeta Sahni, India

[FULL PAPER]

3. Investigating the Effects of Story Retelling Technique as a Closed Task vs. Story-Completion

as an Open Task on EFL Learners’ Speaking

Shima Ghiabi, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

4. Unique Characteristics of Nias Language

Ingatan Gulö, Indonesia

[FULL PAPER]

5. The name of Six villages at Situraja District Sumedang Regency (Ethnolinguistic Study)

Nurhasanah1, Wahya2, Nani Sunarni3, Indonesia 

[FULL PAPER]

6. Metacognitive Strategy Awareness and Its Effect on the Learners’

Reading Comprehension Ability: Revisited

       Saeed Shamsini1 and  Seyyed Ahmad Mousavi2, Iran

                   [FULL PAPER]          

   7. The Collaborative Learning Role toward Higher Education Students’ Learning Experience

Didik Rinan Sumekto, Indonesia

[FULL PAPER]

8. The Impact of Explicit Knowledge of Grammar on Iranian EFL Learners’

Listening Comprehension Performance  

 Nasrin Shokrpour1, Dr. Ali Mahboudi2, and Elham Kargar3, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

 

9. Cross- Cultural Difficulties in Translating Al- Hakim,s Sign El- Umr (The prison of life) into English

Dr. Huda A. Galaby, Saudi Arabia

[FULL PAPER]

10. Significance of Communication Labs in English Language Teaching

Indu Tripathi, India

[FULL PAPER]

11. The Effect of Metacognitive Strategies Instruction on Vocabulary Learning among

Jordanian University Students

Fadi Maher Al-Khasawneh1 and Ibrahim Fathi Huwari2, Jordan

[FULL PAPER]

12. Exploring Variables of Hospitality and Tourism Students’ English Communicative Ability in Taiwan: An Structural Equation Modeling Approach

Liwei Hsu, Taiwan

[FULL PAPER]

13. Iranian EFL Teacher’s Perception of Learner Autonomy and the Related Challenges

Somayeh Shahsavari1, Omid Tabatabaei2 and Nastaran Mehrabi3, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

14. An Analysis of English Subtitling of Verbal Cultural Signs in the ‘A Separation’ Iranian Film

Maryam Fathi1 and Dr. Reza Pasha Moghimizadeh2, Iran 

[FULL PAPER]

15. ELT in Schools: Role of Technology in Framing Appropriate Pedagogy

Sweta Sinha, PhD, India

[FULL PAPER]

16. Euphemism in Manipuri

Naorem Jiban Singh, India 

[FULL PAPER]

17. The Content Analysis of the Research Papers on Foreign Language Education in Turkey

Ekrem Solak, Turkey

[FULL PAPER]

18. The Effect of Songs on the Fluency of the Junior High School Students in Iran

Somayeh Shahsavari1 and Nastaran Mehrabi2, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

19. Numeral System in Hmar

Elangbam Sharatkumar Singh, India

[FULL PAPER]

20. Iranian Students’ Attitudes toward the Existing Stereotypes about Asian Learner  

 Fariba Chamani, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

21. The Implementation of Think-Pair-Share Model to Improve

Students’ Ability in Reading Narrative Texts

Dino Sugiarto1, Puji Sumarsono2, Indonesia

[FULL PAPER]

22. A Study of Second Language Speaking-Anxiety among ESL Intermediate Pakistani Learners

Mudassar Nazir1, Shahid Bashir2 and Zahid Bashir Raja3, Pakistan

[FULL PAPER]

23. The Role of Features of Connected Speach in Teaching English Pronunciation

Dr. Muhammad Akram1 and Dr. Abrar Hussain Qureshi2, Pakistan

[FULL PAPER] 

 24. The Arabic Origins of “Mandarin Chinese Pronouns”: A Radical Linguistic Theory Approach

Zaidan Ali Jassem, Saudi Arabia

[FULL PAPER]

25. Vowelizing English Consonant Clusters with Arabic Vowel Points (Harakaat): Does it Help Arab Learners to Improve Their Pronunciation? 

Dr. Ahmad M. Al-Samawi, UAE

[FULL PAPER]

26. Investigating the Effects of Problem Solving Task towards Teaching

English as a Foreign Language 

Shima Ghiabi, Iran

[FULL PAPER] 

27. Illocutionary Acts in Declarative Mood: A Functional Grammar Approach

 Dini Sri Istiningdias1, Eva Tuckyta Sari Sujatna2, Lia Maulia Indrayani3, Indonesia

[FULL PAPER]

28. Comparison of Structural Reduction in Indonesian Legend and Myth

Leny Saili Rahmah1 and Sutiono Mahdi2, Indonesia

[FULL PAPER]

29. Family Upbringing Patterns among the Talented Students and Their Relationship with Some Personal Variables in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Mohammed Ali Hassan Al-Zahraniand Mohammad Zuri Bin Ghani2, Malaysia

[FULL PAPER]

 30. Culture-Specific Strategies as a Framework to Reduce English Language Translation Learners’ Problem for Translating Humor

Mahsa  Ardeshiri1 and Mehrdad Zarafshan2, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

31. Role of Topic Familiarity and Gender Differences in Reading Comprehension 

Abdul Aziz Al Shahrani, Saudi Arabia

[FULL PAPER]

32. Error Analysis in Role-play Presentations among Less Proficient L2 Malaysian Learners

Mohammad Azannee Haji Saadand Murad Hassan Mohammed Sawalmeh2, Malaysia

[FULL PAPER]

33. The Interference of Mother Tongue/Native Language in One’s

English Language Speech Production 

 Ashairi Suliman, Malaysia

[FULL PAPER]

34. A Comparative Overview of ICT Tools between the Pre-Service Teachers

Ashairi Suliman1, Fatiha Khaidzir2 and Mohd Fadhli Shah Khaidzir3, Malaysia

[FULL PAPER]

35. The Status of Theme in the IELTS Task 2 Essays 

 Seyed Foad Ebrahimi, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

Section: II

ENGLISH LITERATURE

36. Identifying Major Conflicts among the Blacks

Dr. Lalit Gehlot1 and Mrs. Himani Gehlot2, India

[FULL PAPER]

37. Woman Against Woman in the Select Novels of Shashi Deshpande

Yaul Usha1 and Dr. Raman Ashalata2, India

[FULL PAPER]

38. Victorian Women and Literature: A Short Survey

Azmi Azam, UK

[FULL PAPER]

39. Illusions of Commodification in Sam Shepard’s Angel City

Payam Saeidy1 and Omid Amani2, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

 

40. What is Orientalism?

Azmi Azam, UK

[FULL PAPER]

41. Tennyson, Hardy and the Exerting Sense of Christmas

Denis FongeTembong, PhD, Cameroon

[FULL PAPER]

42. The Chrysalides, Utopian Transformation of the Post-Apocalypse

Roya Jabarouti1 and J. S. Hardev2, Malaysia

[FULL PAPER]

43. The Ambiguous Status of Commonwealth Literature: A Critical Consideration

Denis Fonge Tembong, PhD, Cameroon

[FULL PAPER]

44. Anthropologyin Emily Dickinson’s Works

Zahra Ahmadi, Iran

[FULL PAPER]

45. Transcription and Analysis of the Song Amaqhawe Ase-Afrika: National Association of Secondary Heads Choral Music Competition 2013: Zimbabwe

Zimidzi,  Zimbabwe

[FULL PAPER]

46. A Study of Post-Colonialism in Asif Currimubhoy’s Thorns on a Canvas

  Seema Siwach1 and Anshika2, India

[FULL PAPER]

47. Role of Songs and Music in Shakespearean Comedies

Asthaand Sujata2, India

[FULL PAPER]

Section: III

EDUCATION

48. Choosing an Alternative Communication Mode for a Preschool Aged Child with Apraxia

Amanda Stansell1,  T. F. McLaughlin2, Jennifer Neyman3 and Sarah Mortensen4, USA

[FULL PAPER]

49. Indigenous Knowledge for Plant Medicine: Inclusion into School Science

Teaching and Learning in Zimbabwe

 Dominic Mashoko, Zimbabwe

[FULL PAPER]

50. The Effects of the Model, Lead, Test Error Correction with Flashcards for Teaching a Student with Learning Disabilities First Grade Sight Words

 Jamie Wopschall1, Kimberly P. Weber2, T. F. McLaughlin3, K. Mark Derby4 and Teresa Waco5, USA

[FULL PAPER]

51. A Brief Review Detailing the Effectiveness of Direct Instruction Reading on English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities

Shahd A. Binnafesah1 and T. F. McLaughlin2, USA

[FULL PAPER]

52. A Comparison between Education in the Vision of His Majesty King Abdullah II and

Education in Hard Times

 Wajdi Fahmi Yousef Alnemri, Jordon

[FULL PAPER]

53. The Effects of UsingDirect Instruction Reading and Model, Lead and Test with Four Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Brianna Nelson1, T. F. McLaughlin2, K. Mark Derby3, USA 

[FULL PAPER]

 54. Desirable Transformation of Secondary School Education to Greater Heights through Effective Academic Supervision by the Vice-Principal

Orenaiya Solomon Adewale, Nigeria

[FULL PAPER]

55. The Factors Militating Against Effective Supervision of Teachers’ Instruction by Education Inspectors in Nigeria

 Orenaiya Solomon Adewale, Nigeria

[FULL PAPER]

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