The Iranian EFL Journal October 2014

| September 25, 2014

The Iranian EFL Journal Volume 10 Issue 5 October 2014

  1. Acquisition of Grammar through Consciousness- raising: A case of Relative Clauses.Fatemeh Hemmati and Amin Khanjani
  2. Facework and Disagreements in Computer Mediated Discourse Between Native and Non-native Speakers. Biook Behnam and Nahid Zarei
  3. Investigating the Perceptions of Iranian Undergraduate EFL Students toward the Role of Literature in Their Success in Learning English Language. Roozbeh Arabi, Mohsen Masoomi and Adel Dastgoshadeh
  4. The Translation Construedby Students in Translator Training Programs in Iran. Masood Khoshsaligheh and Zahra Salari
  5. The Relationship between Socioeconomic Status and Language Learning Strategies of Iranian EFL Learners. Ahmad Mohseni and Marziyeh Rabiee
  6. Application of Newmark’s strategies to the translation of culture-specific items in Boofe Koor and Dash Akol. Masoud Sharififar and Narjes Rezaaeefar
  7. The Washback Effect of Quizzes on the Grammar Skill. Sarah Torabian.
  8. The Study of Learning and Retention of Vocabulary Through Keyword Method among Iranian EFL Learners. Ali Sayyadi and Mohammad Javadi
  9. The Suppliance of Definite and Indefinite Articles: The Role of Test Method and Proficiency. Masoumeh Ahmadi Shirazi and Shabnam Shabanluie
  10. The Relationship between Self-assessment and Speaking Skill of Junior High School EFL Learners. Hamide Akbary, Shahin Sheikh and Narjes Sabouri
  11. The Interface of Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement among Iranian EFL Students. Mehrdad Oudi, Seyed Amir Alavi and Javad Heydari
  12. The Effect of Synthetic and Analytic Phonics Instruction on Young EFL Learners. Seyyed Mohammad Reza Amirian and Hanieh Sadeghi
  13. The Effect of Task Repetition and Task Structure on Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners’ Oral Production. Zahra Farzi, Morteza Khodabandehlou and Shahrokh Jahandar
  14. Form- focused Communicative Tasks in the Pedagogical Context of EFL Classes: A Recommended Practical Pedagogical Model. Nouzar Gheisari
  15. Exploring Meta-discourse markers in the Speeches of Iranian leader based on Hyland (2005) model. Hassan Kheirkhah and Mohammad Reza Hashemi
  16. The Role of Achievement Goals in Language Proficiency among EFL Learners in Iran. Fatemeh Khoddamy Pour, Mehdi Yadollahi and Nasibeh Amiri.
  17. The Effects of Raising EFL Students’ Genre Consciousness on Their Writing Performance. Hossein Ali Manzouri and Amir Shahraki
  18. Metadiscourse Markers: Explicit Instruction and EFL Learners’ Translating Performance. Tooba Mardani
  19. The impact of teaching reading and writing practice in a game–based context on EFL learners’ anxiety. Mehdi Moghimipoor
  20. Footsteps of Mind Controlling in ELT Textbooks:  A Critical Discourse Analysis. Seyyedeh Fahimeh Parsaiyan
  21. Metalinguistic Knowledge Assessment: Incorporating L2 Analytic-Ability to a Measurement of Metalinguistic Knowledge. Fatemeh Rastegar and Mina Rastegar
  22. Self-Assessment of Teacher-Fronted and Student-Centered Classroom Activities among Iranian Elementary and Intermediate Learners of English as a Foreign Language. A’zam Shams
  23. The Role of Big Five Personality Traits in Language Proficiency of Iranian EFL learners. Nasibeh Amiri, Mehdi Yadollahi and Fatemeh Khoddamy Pour
  24. Interactive Compensatory Model of ESP Reading Comprehension: Vocabulary Knowledge, Reading Comprehension and Reading Strategies in Focus. Mohammad Amiryousefi
  25. Incorporation of Persian Literature into ELT in Iran: A Necessity which has been Ignored. Faezeh Boroomand, Fatemeh Ramezani and Arezu Pooryazdanpanah Kermani
  26. Investigating the Effect of Culture-Learning on EFL Learners’ Listening Comprehension. Fatemeh Alavi and Zahra Momeni
  27. The Effect of Transcript-aided Listening Tasks on Intermediate Iranian EFL Learners’ Listening Comprehension. Massoud Yaghoubi-Notash and Majid Hamrang
  28. Islamic Azad University Entrance Examination of Master Program in TEFL: an Analysis of its Reliability of the General English section. Golnaz Jamalifar, Hossein Heidari Tabrizi and Azizeh Chalak
  29. The relationship betweenexaminees’ academicbackgroundandtheir performanceinthe reading section oftwo typesofEnglishexam: IELTSandTOEFL(iBT). NargesKamali
  30. Acquisition of Particle infinitive in English (L2) and Arabic (L3) by Persian Speakers (L1). Fatemeh Khezri and Ali Akbar Jabbari


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