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Affordances and limitations of technology: Voices from EFL teachers and learners
2. Affordances and limitations of technology: Voices from EFL teachers and learners

Mohammad Amiryousefi

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 1-24

Abstract
  With the developments of new technologies appearing very quickly, the attention has been focused more on technology than learning. English centers and institutes have mostly been busy ...  Read More
Developing Iranian EAP students’ Writing Skill through Explicit Instruction of Lexical Bundles
3. Developing Iranian EAP students’ Writing Skill through Explicit Instruction of Lexical Bundles

Rozana Shamsabadi; Saeed Ketabi; Abbass Eslami Rasekh

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 25-52

Abstract
  The present study sought to investigate the effect of explicit instruction of lexical bundles (LBs) on the development of Iranian English for Academic Purposes (EAP) students’ ...  Read More
Material Development and English for Academic Purposes Word Lists; a Reductionist Approach
4. Material Development and English for Academic Purposes Word Lists; a Reductionist Approach

Reza Khani; Mostafa Saeedi

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 53-72

Abstract
  Nagy (1988) states that vocabulary is a prerequisite factor in comprehension. Drawing upon a reductionist approach and having in mind the prospects for material development, this study ...  Read More
Factors Underlying Characteristics of Acquisition of English Language in EFL Classrooms
5. Factors Underlying Characteristics of Acquisition of English Language in EFL Classrooms

Mostafa Younesi; Ebrahim Khodadady

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 73-90

Abstract
  This study tried to find out what factors underline the characteristics of acquisition of English language in EFL classrooms. To this end, the Characteristics of English Language Acquisition ...  Read More
EFL Learners’ Motivation and Attitude toward EIL in the Increasingly Globalized Local Context of Iran: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
6. EFL Learners’ Motivation and Attitude toward EIL in the Increasingly Globalized Local Context of Iran: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach

Fahimeh Marefat; Maryam Pakzadian

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 91-122

Abstract
  The present study probed 409 Iranian English as foreign language (EFL) learners' motivation and attitude toward English as an International Language (EIL) by investigating the causal ...  Read More
Does number of options in multiple choice tests affect item facility and discrimination? An examination of test-taker preferences
7. Does number of options in multiple choice tests affect item facility and discrimination? An examination of test-taker preferences

Karim Sadeghi; Ghazal Akhavan Masoumi

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 123-143

Abstract
  Multiple Choice tests are utilized widely in educational assessment because of their objectivity, ease of scoring, and reliability. This study aimed to compare IF and ID of MC vocabulary ...  Read More
Making sense of EFL teacher agency: Insights from an Iran case study
8. Making sense of EFL teacher agency: Insights from an Iran case study

Alireza Rasti; Rahman Sahragard

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 145-169

Abstract
  This investigation set out to look into the issue of teachers’ exercise of agency in the Iranian EFL context. More specifically, as part of a larger study, it reports on the ways ...  Read More
English Vocabulary Learning Strategies: the Case of Iranian Monolinguals vs. Bilinguals
9. English Vocabulary Learning Strategies: the Case of Iranian Monolinguals vs. Bilinguals

Hanieh Varmaziyar; Azam Sazvar

Volume 9, Issue 19 , Winter and Spring 2017, Pages 169-197

Abstract
  The main objective of the present study was to investigate the differences between Iranian EFL monolinguals and bilinguals in terms of vocabulary language learning strategies. In fact, ...  Read More