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1. EFL teachers’ recruitment and dynamic assessment in private language institutes of Iran

Ramin Akbari; Elham Yazdanmehr

Volume 3, Issue 8 , December 2011, Pages 29-51

Abstract
  The critical role and effect of teacher assessment in ELT has been ratified by researchers among whom are Darling-Hammond (2000); Knox (2002); Bailey (2006); Davison & Cummins (2007); and Blum (2009).Taking this issue into account, this exploratory study seeks to investigate the underlying criteria ...  Read More

2. A Discourse-based Teaching of Writing for Iranian EFL Students: A Systemic Perspective

Nader Assadi Aidinlou

Volume 3, Issue 8 , December 2011, Pages 53-70

Abstract
  The writing skill is often perceived as the most difficult language skill since it requires a higher level of productive language control than other skills (Celce-Murcia & Olshtain, 2000). The present study introduced a discourse-based framework for the teaching of writing on the basis Systemic Functional ...  Read More

3. An Investigation of the Relationship between L2 Learning Styles and Teaching Methodologies in EFL Classes

Farahman farrokhi

Volume 3, Issue 8 , December 2011, Pages 71-90

Abstract
  Individual differences have always been a key element in the success and failure of learners in language classrooms. Learners come to EFL classes with various learning styles and teachers utilize different methodologies targeting different needs of the learners which may have important effects on the ...  Read More

4. The Effect of Grammar vs. Vocabulary Pre-teaching on EFL Learners’ Reading Comprehension: A Schema-Theoretic View of Reading

Ali Jahangard; Ahmad Moinzadeh; Akbar Karimi

Volume 3, Issue 8 , December 2011, Pages 91-113

Abstract
  This study was designed to investigate the effect of grammar and vocabulary pre-teaching, as two types of pre-reading activities, on the Iranian EFL learners’ reading comprehension from a schema–theoretic perspective. The sample consisted of 90 female students studying at pre-university centers ...  Read More

5. The impact of portfolios and conferencing on Iranian EFL learners’ writing skill

Abbas Moradan; Seyyed Nasibeh Hedayati

Volume 3, Issue 8 , December 2011, Pages 115-141

Abstract
  The main purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of portfolios and conferencing techniques on Iranian EFL learners' writing skill. The experiment involved Iranian intermediate students that were randomly assigned to two experimental groups and one control group. The participants of the first ...  Read More