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English language learning
The Effect of Web 2.0 Technology on Language Achievement and Self-Regulated Learning of EFL Learners: A Case of WhatsApp

Mohammad Ahmadnejad; Naseh Rahimi; Rozhin Ghaslani

Volume 16, Issue 33 , June 2024, , Pages 46-73


  This study scrutinized the impact of Web 2.0 on the language achievement and self-regulated learning of Iranian EFL learners in online language courses. A mixed-methods approach was employed to leverage the Learning Management System (LMS) alongside WhatsApp as a supplementary tool in the experimental ...  Read More

A Mixed-Method Approach on the Role of Self-Constructs in Self-Regulation

Naser Rashidi; Misagh Haji Mohammadi

Volume 12, Issue 26 , November 2020, , Pages 217-237


  The current mixed-method research aimed to investigate the effects of self-constructs on self-regulation. To this end, a number of 127 Iranian EFL learners were chosen randomly as the sample of the study. To collect data, semi-structured interviews were designed. Also, correlation analysis and regression ...  Read More

L2 Learners' Acquisition of English Nominal Clauses: Effects of Textual Enhancement, Metalinguistic Explanation, and Self-Regulation

Hossein Younesi; Zia Tajeddin

Volume 10, Issue 22 , December 2018, , Pages 113-139

  This study aimed to investigate the impact of textual enhancement and metalinguistic explanation as focus-on-form tasks tending to encourage the acquisition of nominal clauses (NCs) in English. It explored (a) whether textual enhancement and metalinguistic explanation would promote and enhance the knowledge ...  Read More

The Role of Private Speech Produced by Intermediate EFL Learners in Lexical Language Related Episodes

saeed Ketabi; Ehsan Alijanian; Ahmad Moinzadeh

Volume 10, Issue 21 , June 2018, , Pages 117-136

  Private speech utilization is accepted to have a critical role in the continuum of language acquisition. As a valuable device in studying learners’ talk during interaction, a language related episode (LRE) is any part of a dialogue where a student speaks about a language problem s/he comes across ...  Read More