The Effect of Multiple Intelligence-Oriented Thematic Clustering on Advanced EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Learning
1. The Effect of Multiple Intelligence-Oriented Thematic Clustering on Advanced EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Learning

Sanam Savojbolaghchilar; Zohreh Seifoori; Nasser Ghafoori

Volume 39, Issue 2 , Summer 2020, , Pages 169-201

http://dx.doi.org/10.22099/jtls.2020.38332.2877

Abstract
  Burgeoning research in applied linguistics has underscored the interplay among individual, cognitive, and social variables that can delineate the ultimate attainment in various areas ...  Read More
Word clustering effect on vocabulary learning of EFL learners: A case of semantic versus phonological clustering
2. Word clustering effect on vocabulary learning of EFL learners: A case of semantic versus phonological clustering

Seyyed Mohammad Reza Amirian; Mortaza Bonjakhi; Golnaz Sabbaghzadeh

Volume 36, Issue 4 , 2018, , Pages 1-31

http://dx.doi.org/10.22099/jtls.2018.24468.2201

Abstract
  Research on word clustering effect has been a critical issue in vocabulary studies and has generated controversial results. To remove this controversy, the aim of this study is to probe ...  Read More
The Relative Effectiveness of Input and Output-oriented Tasks with Different Involvement Loads on the Receptive and Productive Vocabulary Knowledge of Iranian EFL Learners
3. The Relative Effectiveness of Input and Output-oriented Tasks with Different Involvement Loads on the Receptive and Productive Vocabulary Knowledge of Iranian EFL Learners

Parviz Maftoon; Marzieh Sharifi Haratmeh

Volume 31, Issue 2 , Summer 2012, , Pages 27-52

http://dx.doi.org/10.22099/jtls.2012.497

Abstract
  Framed in a cognitive approach to task-supported L2 vocabulary learning, the present study used a pedagogical approach to investigate the relative effectiveness of tasks with different ...  Read More
The Effects of Glossing Conventions on L2 Vocabulary Recognition and Production
4. The Effects of Glossing Conventions on L2 Vocabulary Recognition and Production

Abbas Ali Zarei; Maryam Hasani

Volume 30, Issue 2 , Summer 2011, , Pages 209-233

http://dx.doi.org/10.22099/jtls.2012.390

Abstract
  To investigate the effects of different glossing conventions on vocabulary recognition and recall, 158 participants were given a pre-test to make sure that they did not have any prior ...  Read More