ISSUE 2 – OCTOBER
Title
Perfectionism, Anxiety and Procrastination as Predictors of EFL Academic Achievement: A Mixed Methods Study
Nihal YURTSEVEN & Uğur AKPUR | pp. 96-115
Volume 12 Issue 2
The Impact of Multi-sensory Language Teaching on Young English Learners’ Achievement in Reading Skills
Şule ÇELİK KORKMAZ & Çiğdem KARATEPE | pp. 80-95
Volume 12 Issue 2
Reading as a Single Construct: A Process-Oriented Study
Hasibe KAHRAMAN | pp. 207-221
Volume 13 Issue 2
A Study on Turkish EFL Teachers’ Perspectives on Using Drama to Develop Students’ Speaking Skills in the EFL Classroom
Murat HİŞMANOĞLU & Raşit ÇOLAK | pp. 188-206
Volume 13 Issue 2
The Effect of Active Learning Approach on Student Achievement in Secondary School 5th Grade English Course*
Emin Tamer YENEN & Fevzi DURSUN | pp. 176-187
Volume 13 Issue 2
Contextual Factors that Enhance and Impair Directed Motivational Currents in Instructed L2 Classroom Settings
Mehmet SAK | pp. 156-175
Volume 13 Issue 2
Generic Teacher Competencies and the English Language Teacher Education Program in Turkey*
Galip KARTAL & Hasan Çağlar BAŞOL | pp. 134-155
Volume 13 Issue 2
English Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding Their Profession
Leyla DENİZ ERTAŞOĞLU & Esim GÜRSOY | pp. 122-133
Volume 13 Issue 2
Instructor-initiated Suggestions in Office Hour Discourse: Emphasis on Modality*
Hatime ÇİFTÇİ | pp. 103-121
Volume 13 Issue 2
TEACHING POETRY WITH MULTIMEDIA MATERIALS: TENNYSON’S “THE LADY OF SHALLOT”
Amanda YEŞİLBURSA | pp. 154-168
Volume 6 Issue 2
TEACHERS’ ORIENTATION TO KINDERGARTNERS’ DIFFERENTINTERACTIONAL COMPETENCES: TELLING PERSONAL EXPERIENCESDURING SHARED READINGS OF PICTURE BOOKS
Myrte N. GOSEN | pp. 138-156
Volume 9 Issue 2
Effects of CDA Instruction on EFL Analytical Reading Practices
Abduljalil Nasr HAZAEA & Ali Abbas ALZUBI | pp. 88-101
Volume 11 Issue 2
LITERATURE AND ENGLISH CULTURE IN ELT
Aşkın YILDIRIM | pp. 137-153
Volume 6 Issue 2
RECALLING THE DOCTOR TO ACTION –TWO REQUESTING FORMATS EMPLOYED BY A NURSEFOR MAKING RELEVANT THE DOCTOR’S INTERVENTION
Anca Cristina STERIE | pp. 118-137
Volume 9 Issue 2
EFL Language Teachers’ Cognitions and Observed Classroom Practices about L2 Pronunciation: The Context of Turkey
Oktay YAĞIZ | pp. 187-204
Volume 12 Issue 2
CONTENT ANALYSIS OF ELT STUDENTS’ DIGITAL STORIES FOR YOUNG LEARNERS
Derya BOZDOĞAN | pp. 126-136
Volume 6 Issue 2
APHASIC SPEECH IN INTERACTION: RELEARNING TO COMMUNICATE BYGESTURE WHEN A WORD IS LACKING
Isabel COLÓN DE CARVAJAL & Sandra TESTON-BONNARD | pp. 93-117
Volume 9 Issue 2
A Case Study on Assessing Reflectivity Levels of Pre-Service Language Teachers through Journals
Hülya TUNCER & Yonca ÖZKAN | pp. 173-186
Volume 12 Issue 2
INCORPORATING SHORT STORIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSES
Yasemin KIRKGÖZ | pp. 110-125
Volume 6 Issue 2
APHASIC SPEECH IN INTERACTION: RELEARNING TO COMMUNICATE BY GESTURE WHEN A WORD IS LACKING
Janet HOLMES | pp. 77-92
Volume 9 Issue 2
The Examination of Measurement Invariance and Differential Item Functioning of PISA 2015 Cognitive Tests In Terms of The Commonly Used Languages
Güçlü ŞEKERCİOĞLU & Hakan KOĞAR | pp. 152-172
Volume 12 Issue 2
AN ANALYSIS OF TEXTUAL METAFUNCTION IN THAI EFL STUDENTS’ WRITING
Sudrutai ARUNSIROT | pp. 160-174
Volume 7 Issue 2
TURKISH EFL LEARNERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF NATIVE ENGLISH-SPEAKING TEACHERS AND NON-NATIVE ENGLISH-SPEAKING TEACHERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Ali KARAKAŞ, Hüseyin UYSAL, Selçuk BILGIN & Talat BULUT | pp. 180-206
Volume 10 Issue 2
A CEFR-based Comparison of ELT Curriculum and Course Books used in Turkish and Portuguese Primary Schools
Fatıma Nur FİŞNE, Müzeyyen Nazlı GÜNGÖR, Luis GUERRA & Olga GONÇALVES | pp. 129-151
Volume 12 Issue 2
CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE AND WRITING ABILITY: DELVING INTO FLUENCY, ACCURACY AND COMPLEXITY
Behzad GHONSOOLY & Somayye SHALCHY | pp. 147-159
Volume 7 Issue 2
SELF-DETERMINATION THEORY AND DAY AND BAMFORD’S PRINCIPLES FOR EXTENSIVE READING
Gönül TÜRKDOĞAN & John SIVELL | pp. 159-179
Volume 10 Issue 2
Demotivating Factors of EFL Teachers: A Case Study of a Private School in Turkey
Turgay HAN & Zinat MAHZOUN | pp. 116-128
Volume 12 Issue 2
IMMIGRANT PARENT vs. IMMIGRANT CHILDREN: ATTITUDES TOWARD LANGUAGE LEARNING IN THE US
Ismail Hakkı MİRİCİ, Rebecca GALLEANO & Kelly TORRES | pp. 137-146
Volume 7 Issue 2
SELF-REGULATED LEARNING IN THE DIGITAL AGE: AN EFL PERSPECTIVE
Aysel ŞAHİN KIZIL & Zehra SAVRAN | pp. 147-158
Volume 10 Issue 2
A STUDY ON PERCEPTION OF LECTURER-STUDENT INTERACTION IN ENGLISH MEDIUM SCIENCE LECTURES
Abdul Majeed Mohamed NAVAZ | pp. 117-136
Volume 7 Issue 2
REFLECTIONS OF YOUNG LANGUAGE LEARNERS ON DIVERSITY DIMENSIONS IN EFL CLASSROOMS
Derya BOZDOĞAN | pp. 134-146
Volume 10 Issue 2
THE ROLE OF ORAL LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY IN PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS OF EARLY BILINGUALS
Görsev İNCEÇAY & Adem SORUÇ | pp. 106-116
Volume 7 Issue 2
TYPES AND TIMING OF ORAL CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK IN EFL CLASSROOMS: VOICES FROM STUDENTS
Elçin ÖLMEZER-ÖZTÜRK & Gökhan ÖZTÜRK | pp. 113-133
Volume 10 Issue 2
SELF-POLICING IN THE ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM
Alia AMIR | pp. 84-105
Volume 7 Issue 2
THE EFFECTS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS ON PROSPECTIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Didem KOBAN KOÇ | pp. 100-112
Volume 10 Issue 2
A STUDY OF TURKISH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ BURNOUT AND PROFICIENCY LEVELS IN RELATION TO THEIR SEX
Pınar YENİ PALABIYIK | pp. 169-177
Volume 8 Issue 2
ELT Teacher Trainees’ Self-Perceptions and Awareness of the Pronunciation Skill, and Their Attitudes Towards its Instruction*
Esim GÜRSOY & Madina HÜSEYİNOĞLU | pp. 169-183
Volume 11 Issue 2
EXTENSION OF TEACHER KNOWLEDGE: DEVELOPING THE INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE OF PRE-SERVICE FOREIGN-LANGUAGE TEACHERS IN TURKEY
Yeşim BEKTAŞ-ÇETINKAYA | pp. 153-168
Volume 8 Issue 2
Language Learners’ Feelings about Pragmatics in Action
Ümran ÜSTÜNBAŞ | pp. 155-168
Volume 11 Issue 2
ENABLING LANGUAGE HELP:EPISTEMIC MANEUVERING IN EXTENDED INFORMATION REQUEST SEQUENCESBETWEEN EFL TEACHERS
Christopher LEYLAND | pp. 136-152
Volume 8 Issue 2
Teacher Learning during Transition from Pre-service to Novice EFL Teacher: A Longitudinal Case Study
Melike BULUT ALBABA | pp. 142-154
Volume 11 Issue 2
TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF OTHER TEACHERS’ SPONTANEOUS HAND GESTURING IN THE EFL CLASSROOM
John Michael THOMPSON | pp. 119-135
Volume 8 Issue 2
A Display of Patterns of Change in Learners’ Motivation: Dynamics Perspective
Özge SELÇUK & İsmail Hakkı ERTEN | pp. 128-141
Volume 11 Issue 2
DESCRIPTIVE VERSUS DIALOGIC REFLECTION AND POSITIVE VERSUS NEGATIVE STANCE IN THE REFLECTIVE WRITING OF TURKISH PROSPECTIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
Amanda YEŞİLBURSA | pp. 169-182
Volume 5 Issue 2
“YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW” IDIOMS IN MATERIALS DESIGNED BY EFL TEACHER-TRAINEES
Özlem KHAN & Nilüfer CAN DAŞKIN | pp. 97-118
Volume 8 Issue 2
A Contrastive Corpus-based Analysis of the Use of Reporting Verbs by Native and Non-native ELT Researchers*
Maide YILMAZ & Zeynep ÖZDEM ERTÜRK | pp. 112-127
Volume 11 Issue 2
DEVELOPING THE INVENTORY OF CULTURAL COMPONENTSTO ASSESS PERCEPTION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING
Salim RAZI | pp. 169-186
Volume 6 Issue 2
WHO SAYS WHAT’S CORRECT AND HOW DO YOU SAY IT?MULTIMODAL MANAGEMENT OF ORAL PEER-ASSESSMENTIN A GRAMMAR BOARDGAME IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM
Carmen KONZETT | pp. 157-173
Volume 9 Issue 2
The Role of Extensive Reading in the Development of Phonological Processing
Sinan NİŞANCI | pp. 102-111
Volume 11 Issue 2
THE FREQUENCY OF CULTURE-SPECIFIC ELEMENTS IN THE ELT COURSEBOOKS AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN TURKEY
Ismail ÇAKIR | pp. 182 - 189
Volume 4 Issue 2
“KUKI GA YOMENAI”:SITUATED FACE-THREATENING ACT WITHIN JAPANESE SOCIALINTERACTION
Yoichi SATO | pp. 173 - 181
Volume 4 Issue 2
ENGLISH EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL: WHO IS AT THE CENTRE OF THE LEARNING PROCESS?
Ismail DEMIRTAS - Nehir SERT | pp. 159 - 172
Volume 4 Issue 2
INVESTIGATING HIGHER EDUCATION SEMINAR TALK
Steve WALSH- Anne O'KEEFFE | pp. 141 - 158
Volume 4 Issue 2
EXPLORING THE LANGUAGE OF POEMS: A STYLISTIC STUDY
Metin TIMUÇIN | pp. 129 - 140
Volume 4 Issue 2
THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS ON THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUCCESS OF STUDENTS AT THE TURKISH MILITARY ACADEMY
Yaşar E. KURUM | pp. 299-307
Volume 5 Issue 2
MEDIATING PROCESSES OF EXPERT INTERPRETING: A DELIBERATE PRACTICE APPROACH
Behzad GHONSOOLY & Majid Elahi SHIRVAN | pp. 287-298
Volume 5 Issue 2
DEVELOPING COLLOCATIONAL COMPETENCE THROUGH WEB BASED CONCORDANCE ACTIVITIES
Serkan ÇELİK | pp. 273-286
Volume 5 Issue 2
DO CLASSROOM TEXTBOOKS ENCOURAGE LEARNER AUTONOMY?
Hayo REINDERS & Cem BALÇIKANLI | pp. 265-272
Volume 5 Issue 2
THE EFFECT OF TEXTBOOKS ON ELT TRAINEES’ USE OF PRAGMALINGUISTIC FEATURES
Esim GÜRSOY | pp. 247-264
Volume 5 Issue 2
EVALUATION OF THE TEXTBOOK BREEZE IN TERMS OF THE A2 LEVELCRITERIA DETERMINED IN THE EUROPEAN LANGUAGE PORTFOLIO
Z. Canan KARABABA - Isıl SERBES - Fulya SAHIN | pp. 251 - 263
Volume 4 Issue 2
NEGOTIATING COMMUNICATIVE STYLE, SITUATIONAL CONTEXT AND TT MODELS IN ADVANCED L2 CULTURAL MEDIATION PEDAGOGY: A CASE STUDY FROM THE ITALIAN–ENGLISH TRANSLATION
Dermot HEANEY | pp. 229-246
Volume 5 Issue 2
USE OF ENGLISH ARTICLES BY SPEAKERS OF TURKISH IN THE EFL SETTING*
Gülin DAGDEVIREN | pp. 242 - 250
Volume 4 Issue 2
WASHBACK EFFECTS OF THE INTER-UNIVERSITY FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAMINATION ON FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMPETENCES OF CANDIDATE ACADEMICS
Kemal Sinan ÖZMEN | pp. 215-228
Volume 5 Issue 2
USING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TOOLS TO IMPROVE LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS OF ESL STUDENTS
Pinar KASAPOGLU-AKYOL | pp. 225 - 241
Volume 4 Issue 2
DOES THE REBRANDING OF BRITISH UNIVERSITIES REDUCE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS TO ECONOMIC RESOURCES? A CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
Christopher LEYLAND | pp. 199-214
Volume 5 Issue 2
TYPES AND FUNCTIONS OF REPETITIONS IN THE NARRATIONS OF TURKISH SPEAKERS OF FRENCH
Bilal GENÇ - Mustafa MAVASOGLU - Erdogan BADA | pp. 216 - 224
Volume 4 Issue 2
ACQUISITION SEQUENCE OF FOUR CATEGORIES OF NON-GENERIC USE OF THE ENGLISH DEFINITE ARTICLE THE BY TURKISH SPEAKERS
Kenan DİKİLİTAŞ & Meryem ALTAY | pp. 183-198
Volume 5 Issue 2
THE RE-ARTICULATION OF HOPE FROM GRIEF: NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR POETRY AS LEDGER
Ogaga OKUYADE | pp. 201 - 215
Volume 4 Issue 2
SOUTH KOREAN EFL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOL: CULTURAL VS. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM FACTORS
Alison MAMATEY | pp. 190 - 200
Volume 4 Issue 2
THE EFFECT OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNINGAND TEACHING STRATEGIES ONACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Arif SARIÇOBAN- Aysel SARICAOĞLU | pp. 162 - 175
Volume 2 Issue 2
Metaphorical Conceptualizations of an Adult EFL Learner: Where OldConcepts Are Impregnable
Vahid PARVARESH | pp. 154 - 161
Volume 2 Issue 2
THE ROLE OF L1 IN L2 ACQUISITION: ATTITUDES OF IRANIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Mustafa NAZARY | pp. 138 - 153
Volume 2 Issue 2
ERROR CORRECTION: AN INDICATION OF CONSCIOUSNESS-RAISING
Jila NAEINI | pp. 120 - 137
Volume 2 Issue 2
COMPARISON OF UNIVERSITY LEVEL EFL LEARNERS’ LINGUISTIC ANDRHETORICAL PATTERNS AS REFLECTED IN THEIR L1 AND L2 WRITING
Abbas ZARE-EE - Mohammad Taghi FARVARDIN | pp. 143-155
Volume 3 Issue 2
SELF- EFFICACY IN EFL: DIFFERENCES AMONG PROFICIENCY GROUPS AND RELATIONSHIP WITH SUCCESS
Filiz Yalçın TILFARLIOĞLU- Emrah CİNKARA | pp. 129-142
Volume 3 Issue 2
THE IDEAL OF FEMALE BEAUTY IN TWO DIFFERENT CULTURES:Socio-Cultural Analysis of Belgian and Malaysian Print Advertisements
Anne De CORT | pp. 117-128
Volume 3 Issue 2
SHOULD WE USE AMERICAN ENGLISH TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ LISTENING SKILLS?
Ahmet ÇEKİÇ | pp. 110 - 116
Volume 3 Issue 2
LEARNER EXPERIENCE USING SELF-INSTRUCTED CALL:METHODOLOGICAL AND LEARNER INSIGHTS
Erin BIDLAKE | pp. 93 - 109
Volume 3 Issue 2
AURAL PRAGMATIC COMPREHENSION
Nuray ALAGÖZLÜ- ŞENER BÜYÜKÖZTÜRK | pp. 83 - 92
Volume 3 Issue 2
BELIEFS AND AUTONOMY: ENCOURAGING MORE RESPONSIBLE LEARNING
Malcolm Shane SIM | pp. 112 - 136
Volume 1 Issue 2
SELF-EFFICACY IN ENGLISH AND IRANIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS MAJORING IN HUMANITIES
Jamileh RAHEMI | pp. 98 - 111
Volume 1 Issue 2
INTEGRATING LITERATURE INTO FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: A SRI LANKAN PERSPECTIVE
Neelakshi C. PREMAWARDHENA | pp. 92 - 97
Volume 1 Issue 2
LEARNING VOCABULARY IN EFL CONTEXTS THROUGH VOCABULARY LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lotfi GHAZAL | pp. 84 - 91
Volume 1 Issue 2
UNDERSTANDING METACOGNITIVE KNOWLEDGE OF TURKISH EFL STUDENTS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION
Hüseyin ÖZ | pp. 53 - 83
Volume 1 Issue 2
CLASSROOM INTERACTION MEDIATED BY GENDER AND TECHNOLOGY: THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY COURSE
Nematullah SHOMOOSSI-Mohammad AMOUZADEH- Saeed KETABI | pp. 176 - 184
Volume 2 Issue 2
ISSUE 1 – APRIL
Title
Standards Assessment in English Language Teacher Education
Donald STAUB & Yasemin KIRKGÖZ | pp. 47-61
Volume 13 Issue 1
Self-Regulated Learning Perceptions of Foreign LanguageLearners: A Cross-Sectional Study
Erkan YÜCE | pp. 36-46
Volume 13 Issue 1
Learning Climate and Self-Efficacy Beliefs of High SchoolStudents in an EFL Setting
Gökçe DİŞLEN DAĞGÖL | pp. 19-35
Volume 13 Issue 1
A Qualitative Inquiry into the Factors Influencing EFL Learners’ in-class Willingness to Communicate in English
Tutku BAŞÖZ & İsmail Hakkı ERTEN | pp. 1-18
Volume 13 Issue 1
APPEALING TO A BROKER: INITIATING THIRD-PERSON REPAIR IN MUNDANE SECOND LANGUAGE INTERACTION
Tim GREER |
Volume 9 Issue 1
An Investigation into the Request Realization Patterns of Turkish ELT Students
Tuba KARAGÖZ & Korkut Uluç İŞİSAĞ | pp. 84-102
Volume 13 Issue 1
POLITICAL CHAOS: THE SENSE OF MARTIAL DANGER IN KURT VONNEGUT’S CAT’S CRADLE
Thamer Amer JUBOURI AL-OGAILI & Ruzbeh BABAEE | pp. 91-99
Volume 10 Issue 1
A Case Study on Intercultural Awareness of Lower SecondarySchool Students in Turkey
Mehmet Galip ZORBA & Abdulvahit ÇAKIR | pp. 62-83
Volume 13 Issue 1
REFUSAL STRATEGIES USED BY TURKISH UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTORS OF ENGLISH
Hülya TUNCER | pp. 71-90
Volume 10 Issue 1
ENGAGING IN AN INTERACTIONAL ROUTINE IN EFL CLASSROOM: THE DEVELOPMENT OF L2 INTERACTIONAL COMPETENCE OVER TIME
Aya WATANABE | pp. 48-70
Volume 10 Issue 1
EFFECTS OF SECOND STEP CURRICULUM ON BEHAVIORAL AND ACADEMIC OUTCOMES IN 5TH AND 8TH GRADE STUDENTS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
Namik TOP, Jeffrey LIEW & Wen LUO | pp. 24-47
Volume 10 Issue 1
VALIDATION OF A TEST MEASURING YOUNG LEARNERS’ GENERAL L2 ENGLISH VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE
Liss Kerstin SYLVÉN & Pia SUNDQVIST | pp. 1-23
Volume 10 Issue 1
EFL Learners’ Uses of Adverbs in Argumentative Essays
Ercan YILMAZ & Kenan DİKİLİTAS | pp. 69-87
Volume 11 Issue 1
Young Learners’ Attitudes and Motivation to Learn English
Mehmet ASMALI | pp. 53-68
Volume 11 Issue 1
Raising Awareness of Lexical Semantic Relations in Undergraduate EFL Context
Mehmet ALTAY | pp. 42-52
Volume 11 Issue 1
A Comparative Literature Review of the Studies on Drama in English Language Teaching in Turkey
Özgehan UŞTUK & Dilek İNAN | pp. 27-41
Volume 11 Issue 1
Investigation on the Relationship among Language Learning Strategies, Critical Thinking and Self-Regulation Skills in Learning English
Betül ALTAY & Asuman Seda SARACALOĞLU | pp. 1-26
Volume 11 Issue 1
A Genre Analysis of English and Turkish Research ArticleIntroductions
Hüseyin KAFES | pp. 66-79
Volume 12 Issue 1
Rhetorical Organisation of the Subsections of Research ArticleIntroductions in Applied Linguistics*
İsmet ÖZTÜRK | pp. 52-65
Volume 12 Issue 1
Embodied Resources in a Repetition Activity in a Preschool L2 Classroom
Ufuk BALAMAN | pp. 27-51
Volume 12 Issue 1
GRAMMAR AS A JOINT ACHIEVEMENT: CO-CONSTRUCTIONS IN L2 INTERACTIONS
Neiloufar FAMILY, Natalia DURUS & Gudrun ZIEGLER | pp. 30-45
Volume 9 Issue 1
A Psycholinguistic Analysis of Semantic Transfer by TurkishLearners of English
Görsev SÖNMEZ BORAN | pp. 16-26
Volume 12 Issue 1
LECTURERS’ VIEWS OF CURRICULUM CHANGE AT ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING DEPARTMENTS IN TURKEY
Mehmet Sercan UZTOSUN & Salah TROUDI | pp. 15-29
Volume 9 Issue 1
Identifying the Perceptions of Prospective English LanguageTeachers on Characteristics of Effective Teachers: Who is theIdeal Teacher?
Gülşah KÜLEKÇI | pp. 1-15
Volume 12 Issue 1
VALIDATING MYSELF-AS-A-LEARNER SCALE (MALS) IN THE TURKISH CONTEXT
İsmail Hakkı ERTEN | pp. 46-59
Volume 9 Issue 1
WHEN THE TOKENS TALK:IRF AND THE POSITION OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TOKENSIN TEACHER-STUDENT TALK-IN-INTERACTION
Rizwan-ul HUQ & Alia AMIR | pp. 60-76
Volume 9 Issue 1
IMPROVING LEARNER OUTCOMES IN EFL: DOES EARLY INSTRUCTION LEAD TO GREATER ACHIEVEMENT?*
Servet ÇELİK & Bilal KARACA | pp. 1-10
Volume 8 Issue 1
BRIDGING THE SOCIO-COGNITIVE DIVIDE: RETHINKING THE WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE CONCEPT FROM A CONVERSATION-BASED ELF PERSPECTIVE
Peter I. DE COSTA |
Volume 8 Issue 1
UNDERSTANDING THE REASONS BEHIND CHOOSING TO TEACH ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
İsmail Hakkı ERTEN | pp. 30-44
Volume 8 Issue 1
BEYOND “EXCELLENT!”: UNCOVERING THE SYSTEMATICITY BEHIND POSITIVE FEEDBACK TURN CONSTRUCTION IN ESL CLASSROOMS
Drew S. FAGAN | pp. 45-63
Volume 8 Issue 1
ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA CONVERSATION WHILE WATCHING TV: OTHERING THROUGH EXPERTISE
Aki SIEGEL | pp. 64-76
Volume 8 Issue 1
VIETNAMESE FEMALE SPOUSES’ LANGUAGE USE PATTERNS IN SELF INITIATED ADMONISHMENT SEQUENCES IN BILINGUAL TAIWANESE FAMILIES
Li-Fen WANG | pp. 77-96
Volume 8 Issue 1
TELLING TALES: DISCURSIVE NARRATIVES OF ESOL MIGRANT IDENTITIES
Li LI & Ryan SIMPSON | pp. 1-16
Volume 7 Issue 1
ACTION OR REACTION, LEARNING OR DISPLAY: INTERACTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND USAGE-BASED DATA
Thorsten HUTH | pp. 17-35
Volume 7 Issue 1
POOR AND GOOD LEARNERS’ LANGUAGE BELIEFS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THEIR LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGY USE
M. Naci KAYAOĞLU | pp. 36-54
Volume 7 Issue 1
DEPENDENT VERBLESS CLAUSE: ITS STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND USE
Jarmila PETRLÍKOVÁ | pp. 55-63
Volume 7 Issue 1
TEACHER EDUCATORS’ EVALUATION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING PROGRAM: A TURKISH CASE
Aysun YAVUZ & Ece ZEHİR TOPKAYA | pp. 64-83
Volume 7 Issue 1
CONCEPTUALISING CLASSROOM INTERACTIONAL COMPETENCE
Steve Walsh | pp. 1-14
Volume 6 Issue 1
PARENTS’ MORAL DISCUSSIONS ABOUT STRATEGIES FOR MONITORING CHILDREN’S MEDIA EXPOSURE
Elisa PIGERON | pp. 15-32
Volume 6 Issue 1
BELIEF CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT: TWO TALES OF NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKING STUDENT TEACHERS IN A TESOL PROGRAMME
Li LI | pp. 33-58
Volume 6 Issue 1
IMAGES MATTER: A SEMIOLOGICAL CONTENT ANALYSIS OF GENDER POSITIONING IN CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH-LEARNING SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
Zahra KORDJAZI | pp. 59-80
Volume 6 Issue 1
CHILDREN’S DEVELOPING AWARENESS OF THE COMPLEX MEANINGS OF THE “SLEEP VERBS”
Shira KOREN | pp. 81-109
Volume 6 Issue 1
INTRODUCTION: CONVERSATION ANALYSIS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Olcay Sert & Paul Seedhouse | pp. 1-14
Volume 5 Issue 1
PROMOTING CHILDREN’S AGENCY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Angela Mashford-Scott & Amelia Church | pp. 15-38
Volume 5 Issue 1
“BUT THIS IS WRITING”: POST-EXPANSION IN STUDENT-INITIATED SEQUENCES
Christine M. Jacknick | pp. 39-54
Volume 5 Issue 1
INITIATING ROUND ROBINS IN THE L2 CLASSROOM – PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS
Kristian Mortensen & Spencer Hazel | pp. 55-70
Volume 5 Issue 1
A PARTICIPANT’S PERSPECTIVE ON TASKS: FROM TASK INSTRUCTION, THROUGH PRE-TASK PLANNING, TO TASK ACCOMPLISHMENT
Evelyne Pochon-Berger | pp. 71-90
Volume 5 Issue 1
MANAGING TASK-RELATED TROUBLE IN L2 ORAL PROFICIENCY TESTS: CONTRASTING INTERACTION DATA AND RATER ASSESSMENT
Erica Sandlund & Pia Sundqvist | pp. 91-120
Volume 5 Issue 1
MULTIMODAL RESOURCES IN STUDENTS’ EXPLANATIONS IN CLIL INTERACTION
Maxi Kupetz | pp. 121-142
Volume 5 Issue 1
LEXICAL MARKERS WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY LECTURE
Maria Christodoulidou | pp. 143-160
Volume 5 Issue 1
THE CONTRIBUTION OF CA TO THE STUDY OF LITERARY DIALOGUE
Hugo Bowles | pp. 161-168
Volume 5 Issue 1
HOW RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES INFLUENCE FINDINGS
Paul SEEDHOUSE | pp. 1 - 15
Volume 4 Issue 1
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISION IN RELATION TO THEIR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF NORTHERN CYPRUS
Murat HISMANOGLU- Sibel HISMANOGLU | pp. 16 - 34
Volume 4 Issue 1
THE EFFECT OF METACOGNITIVE STRATEGY TRAINING ON THE LISTENING PERFORMANCE OF BEGINNER STUDENTS
Abdullah COSKUN | pp. 35 - 50
Volume 4 Issue 1
GRAMMAR IN THE CLASSROOM: STUDENTS’ EXPECTATIONS AND REALITY THE CASE OF ARABIC AND MANDARIN
Azman Che MAT - Goh Ying SOON | pp. 51 - 63
Volume 4 Issue 1
THE ATTITUDES OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS TOWARDS USING ARABIC IN EFL CLASSROOMS IN SAUDI PUBLIC SCHOOLS- A CASE STUDY
Haifa Al-NOFAIE | pp. 64 - 95
Volume 4 Issue 1
THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN EFL HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND THEIR INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES REGARDING READING STRATEGIES
Fatemeh KHONAMRI- Mahin SALIMI | pp. 96 - 107
Volume 4 Issue 1
TURKISH EFL LEARNERS’ METAPHORS WITH RESPECT TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSEBOOKS
Aynur KESEN | pp. 108 - 118
Volume 4 Issue 1
FOCUS ON FORM IN AN EFL COMMUNICATIVE CLASSROOM
Sasan BALEGHIZADEH | pp. 119 - 128
Volume 4 Issue 1
“I STILL CAN’T QUESTIONS”: ISSUES AFFECTING EFL DEVELOPMENT IN AN IMMERSION ENVIRONMENT
Clare Wright | pp. 1 - 13
Volume 3 Issue 1
THE INTERFACE BETWEEN EFL LEARNERS’ SELF-EFFICACY CONCERNING LISTENING COMPREHENSION AND LISTENING PROFICIENCY
Ali RAHIMI- Atiyeh ABEDINI | pp. 14 - 28
Volume 3 Issue 1
UNDERSTANDING TOLERANCE OF AMBIGUITY OF EFL LEARNERS IN READING CLASSES AT TERTIARY LEVEL
İsmail Hakkı ERTEN- Ece ZEHİR TOPKAYA | pp. 29 - 44
Volume 3 Issue 1
AN EVALUATIVE CHECKLIST FOR COMPUTER GAMES USED FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE VOCABULARY LEARNING AND PRACTICE: VOCAWORD SAMPLE
Levent UZUN | pp. 45-59
Volume 3 Issue 1
LEARNING AND TEACHING LANGUAGES ONLINE: A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH
Tuncer CAN | pp. 60-74
Volume 3 Issue 1
CULTURAL ORIENTATION AND READING COMPREHENSION MODELS: THE CASE OF IRANIAN RURAL AND URBAN STUDENTS
Payman RAJABI | pp. 75-82
Volume 3 Issue 1
YOUTH IN CRISIS: AN ERIKSONIAN INTERPRETATION OF ADOLESCENT IDENTITY IN “FRANNY”
Şenol BEZCİ | pp. 01 - 12
Volume 2 Issue 1
AFFILIATING WITH RAP MUSIC: POLITICAL RAP OR GANGSTA RAP?
David L. CALDWELL | pp. 13 - 27
Volume 1 Issue 1
THE ATTITUDE AND THE IMPACT OF THE AMERICAN ENGLISH AS A GLOBAL LANGUAGE WITHIN THE SAUDI EDUCATION SYSTEM
Tariq ELYAS | pp. 28 - 48
Volume 2 Issue 1
USING WIKI-BASED PEER-CORRECTION TO DEVELOP WRITING SKILLS OF BRAZILIAN EFL LEARNERS
Claudio de Paiva FRANCO | pp. 49 - 59
Volume 2 Issue 1
A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH HUMANITIES AND BIOCHEMISTRY WRITING WITH RESPECT TO TEACHING UNIVERSITY COMPOSITION
John IDDINGS | pp. 60 - 87
Volume 2 Issue 1
THE ROLE OF GIVEN INFORMATION ON THE SPEED OF THE COMPREHENSION OF CONTEXT AND NON-CONTEXT BASED INFORMATION IN EFL LEARNERS
Lida KETABI - Saeed KETABI | pp. 88 - 91
Volume 2 Issue 1
WINDS OF CHANGE IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE – AIR OF PERIL FOR NATIVE SPEAKERS? *
Michal B. PARADOWSKI | pp. 92 - 119
Volume 2 Issue 1
MEDIA EDUCATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING: NOT OUR JOB?
Marko MAGLIĆ | pp. 01 - 09
Volume 1 Issue 1
CHAOS / COMPLEXITY THEORY IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Nasrin Hadidi TAMJID | pp. 10 - 17
Volume 1 Issue 1
INTEGRATING CULTURE INTO EFL TEXTS AND CLASSROOMS: SUGGESTED LESSON PLANS
Sultan TURKAN - Servet ÇELİK | pp. 18 - 33
Volume 1 Issue 1
INFLUENCES OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY, BILINGUAL SOCIALIZATION, AND URBAN YOUTH IDENTITIES ON PRODUCING DIFFERENT ARABIC-ENGLISH VOICES IN AUSTRALIA
Verna Robertson RIESCHILD | pp. 34 - 52
Volume 1 Issue 1