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English language teaching
1. Reader Identity: The Identity Construction of Iranian English Students Reading Translated Persian Short Stories in EFL Classes

Golnar Mazdayasna; Farangis Shahidzade; Ali Mohammad Fazilatfar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 March 2022


  Despite some investigations highlighting the role of English literary texts in learner identity construction, few studies have explored how integrating translated short stories from learners’ native culture impacts L2 learners’ identity reconstruction in EFL contexts. This study addresses ...  Read More

English language teaching
2. Assessment Literacy in Light of Teachers’ Discipline: Hard Sciences, Soft Sciences, and ELT

Mavadat Saidi; Mohammad Hossein Arefian

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 April 2022


  Abstract The current study attempted to investigate and compare the perceptions of Iranian in-service hard disciplines, soft disciplines, ad English teachers of their prognostic, formative, and summative assessment literacy. To this end, a total number of 282 high school teachers (94 teachers from each ...  Read More

English language teaching
3. A Symbiosis of Contingent Models to Scaffold EFL Learners towards Self-regulation and Willingness to Communicate

Manoochehr Jafarigohar; Fatemeh Zununi Vahed; Abdullah Sarani; Ali Hadavizadeh; Hoda Divsar

Volume 14, Issue 29 , May 2022, , Pages 61-78


  Scaffolding entails contingency, denoting teachers’ level adaptation in providing transient support. In this study, a symbiosis of the model of contingent teaching (MCT) and the contingent shift framework (CSF) was utilized. Therefore, 360 elementary and advanced EFL learners took a course and ...  Read More

English language teaching
4. Research into Iranian EFL Learners’ Perceptions of Culture Management: A Questionnaire Development and Validation Study

Mahnaz Mostafaei Alaei; Fatemeh Moradi

Volume 14, Issue 29 , May 2022, , Pages 133-154


  The present study aimed at constructing a reliable and valid instrument that could explore EFL learners’ perceptions of culture management. A focus group was held with EFL university students familiar with culture-related concepts, and the themes were extracted from a detailed analysis of transcripts. ...  Read More

English language teaching
5. Customized Oral Corrective Feedback: Learners’ Preferences and Personality Traits

Nooshin Nateghian; Zhila Mohammadnia

Volume 14, Issue 29 , May 2022, , Pages 155-170


  This study aims at investigating second language learners’ preferences for receiving oral corrective feedback on lexical and grammatical errors in relation to their personality traits. Given the established benefits of providing corrective feedback, the question remains how to customize corrective ...  Read More

English language teaching
6. An Evaluation of Iranian Tenth-grade English Textbook: With a Focus on Language Skills, Activities and Teachers’ Perceptions

Fatemeh Pirzad; Shirin Abadikhah

Volume 14, Issue 29 , May 2022, , Pages 171-197


  Learning English proficiently specially in English as a foreign language (EFL) context needs developing proficiency in all four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing). Knowing four language skills helps language learners to learn the language faster and more fundamentally. Teachers ...  Read More

English language teaching
7. Teacher Education and Multiple Intelligences: Foreign Language Teaching Anxiety of Iranian EFL Teachers

Habib Soleimani; Pedram Allahveisi

Volume 14, Issue 29 , May 2022, , Pages 214-227


  The present study aimed at investigating the impact of Multiple Intelligences inspired instruction on Foreign Language Teaching Anxiety (FLTA) of Iranian ELF teachers. To this end, an exploratory sequential mixed-methods approach was employed and twenty males and females in-service EFL teachers were ...  Read More

English language teaching
8. Comparative Effects of Different Situated-Learning Translation Training Practices on Students' Legal Translation Quality, Critical Thinking, and Problem-solving Strategies (Research Article)

Ghazal Shooshtarizadeh; Manoochehr Jafarigohar; Hooshang Khoshsima; Hassan Soleimani

Volume 13, Issue 27 , June 2021, , Pages 359-388


  Situated-learning translation training approach has been proven to be an efficacious translation training approach in cultivating translators' long-life learning, translation competence as well as translator competence. However, previous studies have mainly delved into the effect of simply one single ...  Read More