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Arab Students' Attitudes Toward Western Culture and Motivation to Learn English
Motivation is a central component for students learning a second language. Attitude towards the target language, its culture, and its people have been proved to have a significant bearing on the motivational orientation ...
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, ...
Professional Development for Teachers of English in the UAE
Because of the importance of professional development in the improvement of teaching and education, and the importance of English as a language and subject of study in the UAE, this study focused on English teachers' ...
Exploring the Use of CLT in Saudi Arabia
Many studies have been conducted to investigate the success of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) adoption in EFL countries. Some of these studies advocate the implementation of CLT teaching, whereas many studies in ...
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 ...
Teachers' and Students' Attitudes Toward the Use of Music in UAE English Language Classrooms
Much research stresses the value of music and its usefulness in language learning, but casual observation suggests that music is seldom used in university and secondary school English classes in government schools in the ...