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Teacher and Student Views Towards the Role of Grammar Instruction in UAE Universities
Grammar teaching has always been a very controversial topic in the field of second language acquisition. Whether or not to teach grammar remains an unresolved issue. However, there has been a common accord toward the value ...
Teachers' Views of Call Implementation in Ras Al Khaimah English Language Classes: Obstacles and Opportunities
Technology integration can be considered as an extremely useful practice in teaching English; therefore, this research investigated teachers' views about obstacles with implementation of technology in English language ...
Integrating Oral Communicative Skills into the English Curriculum in Dubai Schools
Formal English language instruction in many parts of the world has shown limited success in developing efficient speaking skills even after years of studying. In Dubai schools, where English is the medium of instruction, ...
The Role of Culture in Teaching English as an International Language in the Arabian Gulf: A Case Study
English as an International Language (EIL) has become the lingua franca of the world today. An important factor of this widespread use of English is the fact that most people speaking the language today are not native ...
UAE High School Students' Perceptions of Teachers' Feedback on their Writing
For most teachers, marking students' papers and responding to their writing is a daunting and tedious task. It is also a practice that could carry potential dangers and requires careful consideration. However, feedback ...
The Impact of CALL on the Learning and Teaching of ESL Writing: A Study of Students' and Teachers' Attitudes
Computers and computer technologies are gradually becoming ubiquitous tools in some English second language writing classrooms. The aim of this study was to examine the perceptions and attitudes of secondary- and ...