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Exploring the Usefulness of a Documentary Film Making Project for Saudi Arabian College Students
English language teachers face many difficulties and problems when teaching a second or a foreign language, one of which includes motivating students to speak in oral communication classes. Speaking in English as a foreign ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Evaluating an Additional Measure for the American University of Sharjah English Placement Test: Using Analytical Scoring
The English Placement Test (EPT) at the American University of Sharjah (AUS) has been accurately placing the majority of newly admitted students into appropriate course levels, but there is a small number of students who ...
Cultural Schema and Reading Comprehension: A Means to an End
Studies on good readers have identified a number of reading comprehension strategies to be highly useful. These strategies range from the simple to the complex. A strategy that has been recommended by cognitive scientists ...