The Asian EFL Journal Quarterly Volume 20 Issue 12.3 December 2018

| December 18, 2018

Asian EFL Journal Quarterly Volume 20 Issue 12.3 December 2018

Foreword Ramon Medriano Jr.

Research Articles

  1. Ria Arellano-Tamayo
    Spoken Discourse Analysis on Language Use Along Turn Taking and Topic Management
    in English as Second Language (ESL) Classrooms
  2. Presley V. De Vera, Ed.D.
    Variance in the Use of Invitational and Intrusive Rhetoric in Online EFL Teaching Discourse
  3. Ian Fooks and Ratnawati Mohd Asraf
    Using Computer Analysis of Student Writing to Improve Lesson planning
  4. Michael B. Lavadia and Conchita Malenab-Temporal
    Linguistic Cementing: A Discourse Analysis of Opinion Articles of Philippine’s ‘Big 3’ Dailies
  5. Ni Nyoman Padmadewi and Luh Putu Artini
    Using Innovative Reward Program in Teaching English Literacy at Primary School in Indonesia
  6. Randolf L. Asistido and Maria Teresa T. Asistido
    Politeness Strategies Prevalent during the Senate Hearings on the Mamasapano Incident in Maguindanao, Philippines
  7. Sukardi Weda
    The Effects of Students’ Motivation and Family Socioeconomic Status on English Academic Achievement
  8. Fathu Rahman and Sukardi Weda
    Students’ Perceptions in Appreciating English Literary Works through Critical Comment: A Case Study at Hasanuddin University and Universitas Negeri Makassar
  9. Jet Robredillo Tonogbanua
    Exploring Collaborative E-Portfolio Project for Teaching and Learning Academic Writing
  10. Romualdo A. Mabuan, Arlene A. Ramos, Cheryl C. Matala, Albert M. Navarra and Gregorio P. Ebron, Jr.
    MOOC Camps for Teacher Professional Development: The Philippine Experience
  11. Lesley Karen B. Penera
    Philippine English: An Exploratory Mixed-Methods Inquiry on Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives’ Variety
  12. Jennifer P. Santillan, Jonar T. Martin, Michael E. Santos and Leonora L. Yambao
    International Students’ Cultural Adaptation in the Philippines
  13. Krisha Camille R. Angoluan
    LOLJK????: Selected Facebook Posts’ Paralinguistic Features and its Perceived Effects in 2nd Language Learning
  14. Faisal Mustafa and Hizir Sofyan
    Comparing the Scores in Paper and Internet-Delivered TOEFL: Can an Unsupervised Online English Language Test Be Used for Placement?

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