The Asian EFL Journal Quarterly March 2016

| February 29, 2016

Asian EFL Journal Quarterly Volume 18 Issue 1 March 2016

Foreword by Assistant Copy Editors

  1. Toshie Agawa and Osamu Takeuchi
    Validating Self-Determination Theory in the Japanese EFL Context: Relationship between Innate Needs and Motivation
  2. Le Pham Hoai Huong and Marie Yeo
    Evaluating In-Service Training of Primary English Teachers:
    A Case Study in Central Vietnam
  3. Vu Thi Hoang Mai
    Pre-Service Teacher Beliefs toward EIL Pedagogy in Teaching and Learning English
  4. Jalal Kamalizad and Moses Samuel
    The Role of EFL/ESL Settings in Using Language Learning Strategies
  5. Rintaro Sato
    Examining High-intermediate Japanese EFL Learners’ Perception of Recasts: Revisiting Repair, Acknowledgement and Noticing through Stimulated Recall
  6. Hao-Che Wu and Tomoko Takahashi
    Developmental Patterns of Interlanguage Pragmatics in Taiwanese EFL Learners: Compliments and Compliment Responses

  1. Teachers as Mediators in the Foreign Language Classroom
    Michelle Kohler
    Reviewed by Nicholas Bradley
  2. Silence in the Second Language Classroom
    Jim King
    Reviewed by Elizabeth Wohlers

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Category: AEFLJ, AEFLJ 2016