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Teacher Talk: Linguistic Characteristics and Adjustments
This study describes linguistic characteristics of English language (EL) teachers' spoken input to second language learners in classrooms in the UAE, and compares them to the results of researchers who have investigated ...
Exploring Attitudes of Teachers and Students to the Integration of Technology in EFL Classrooms
Much available research stresses the role positive teachers' and students' attitudes play in the success of technology integration. A large body of research has been conducted in the region to investigate the attitudes of ...
Culture in the EFL Classroom: Western Instructions and Arab Students in the UAE
In the field of EFL teaching, it is common for instructors and students to come from very different cultural backgrounds. Instructors who leave their home countries and go to teach abroad may have trouble adjusting to the ...
The Use of Culturally-Familiar Literature in the EFL Classroom
Insights from Cultural Studies and related fields significantly influence the discipline of language learning and teaching recently. Literature shares an intrinsic relationship with language and culture and therefore can ...
Domesticate in the Name of Islam
The difficulties in translating Islamic discourse from Arabic into English are well documented. This discourse presents many gaps at many levels (from linguistic to ideological gaps). But the translation of Islamic discourses ...