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Understanding Teachers' and Students' Use and Attitudes of Web 2.0 in ESL Classrooms at the American University of Sharjah
In an age of rapid change and massive dependence on the Internet, students nowadays are exposed to the Internet and its applications in many aspects and means. This exposure has led to students developing an expectation ...
Investigating the Impact of the Flipped Method on Undergraduate and Graduate Students at AUS
The main driver of this research is the continuous high demand of improving the teaching and learning experience in higher education so students are meeting their learning needs, and developing the needed skills for the ...
ELT Teachers' Perspectives on the Discussion of Culturally Sensitive Topics in the United Arab Emirates
This study examines secondary school teachers' perceptions towards the discussion of culturally sensitive topics in three private schools that are located in the Emirate of Ajman, the Emirate of Dubai and the Emirate of ...
Effective Teachers of Academic Writing in an EFL Context: Students and Teachers Beliefs
In the field on EFL academic writing, the teacher plays a pivotal role in the success of the learning process. This research aimed at investigating the characteristics that constitute an effective academic writing instructor, ...
Teachers' and Students' Practices and Attitudes Toward Arabic (L1) Use in ELT
The debate over whether or not English language classrooms should include the students' first language has been a controversial issue for a long time. Findings in research reveal two opposing views: On one end of the ...