Effects of Audio-Visually Prompted Collaborative Dialogue on EFL Learners' Listening Comprehension Development
1. Effects of Audio-Visually Prompted Collaborative Dialogue on EFL Learners' Listening Comprehension Development

Shima Beheshti; Mohammad Ahmadi Safa

Volume 39, Issue 2 , Summer 2020, , Pages 1-42

Abstract
  This study investigated the comparative effects of audio-visually prompted collaborative dialogue on the listening comprehension development of symmetrical, asymmetrical, and asymmetrical ...  Read More
Investigating Foreign Language Enjoyment and Public Speaking Class Anxiety in the EFL Class: A Mixed Methods Study
2. Investigating Foreign Language Enjoyment and Public Speaking Class Anxiety in the EFL Class: A Mixed Methods Study

Fatemeh Nemati; Ali Roohani; Azizullah Mirzaei

Volume 39, Issue 1 , Spring 2020, , Pages 115-152

Abstract
  Foreign language enjoyment and speaking anxiety in the classroom are two potential emotion-inducing factors for foreign language learning. This sequential mixed methods study investigated ...  Read More
Appropriation Based -Syllabus and Advanced EFL Learners’ Speaking Skill: The Case of Chunks-on-Card Activities
3. Appropriation Based -Syllabus and Advanced EFL Learners’ Speaking Skill: The Case of Chunks-on-Card Activities

Seyede Masoomeh Asaei; Ramin Rahimi

Volume 38, Issue 3 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 39-80

Abstract
  The impetus for conducting the present study came from Thornbury's (2005) approach to teach speaking in which he claimed that awareness-raising techniques, along with appropriation ...  Read More
A Cross-sectional Study of Iranian EFL Learners’ Pragmatic Skills Development: The Case of Written Requests
4. A Cross-sectional Study of Iranian EFL Learners’ Pragmatic Skills Development: The Case of Written Requests

Abdolvahab Asefi; Majid Amerian; Hooshang Yazdani; Moussa Ahmadian

Volume 38, Issue 2 , Summer 2019, , Pages 1-46

Abstract
  This study attempts to investigate the pragmalinguistic and sociopragmatic development of Iranian EFL learners cross-sectionally when making requests in different situations. To this ...  Read More
An Investigation into the Effective Factors in Comprehending English Garden-Path Sentences by EFL Learners
5. An Investigation into the Effective Factors in Comprehending English Garden-Path Sentences by EFL Learners

Ghaffar Barahuyee; Mohammad Saber Khaghaninejad; Amirsaeid Moloodi

Volume 38, Issue 1 , Spring 2019, , Pages 79-118

Abstract
  The present study aimed at highlighting the possible effects of age, proficiency level, and the structural composition of Garden-Path (GP) sentences on EFL learners' comprehension. ...  Read More
Investment in L2 learning among Iranian English language learners
6. Investment in L2 learning among Iranian English language learners

Nahid Soltanian; Zargham Ghapanchi; Reza Pishghadam

Volume 37, Issue 3 , Autumn 2018, , Pages 131-168

Abstract
  Drawing on Norton Peirce's (1995) theory of investment and Darvin and Norton's (2015) expanded the model of investment, the present study aims to research investment in second language ...  Read More
Second Language Learners' Phonological Awareness and Perception of Foreign Accentedness and Comprehensibility by Native and Non-native English Speaking EFL Teachers
7. Second Language Learners' Phonological Awareness and Perception of Foreign Accentedness and Comprehensibility by Native and Non-native English Speaking EFL Teachers

Musa Nushi Kochaksaraie; Hossein Makiabadi

Volume 36, Issue 4 , 2018, , Pages 103-140

Abstract
  Phonological awareness has been defined as the speaker’s sensitivity to the phonological characteristics of a language. The present study is aimed at exploring the relationship ...  Read More
A CORRELATIONAL ANALYSIS OF EFL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING AND SELF-EFFICACY
8. A CORRELATIONAL ANALYSIS OF EFL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING AND SELF-EFFICACY

Fatemeh Moafian; Afsane Ghanizadeh

Volume 30, Issue 1 , Spring 2011, , Pages 119-149

Abstract
  This article, first, examined the role of EFL university students' critical thinking (CT) in their self-efficacy beliefs. Second, the role of gender as a moderating factor in the relationship ...  Read More