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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 ...
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, ...
Motivational Influences on Adult Arab Learners of English in the UAE
This study explores the motivational influences that impact seven Arab undergraduate learners of English in the UAE as they pursue two semesters of study. The study investigates the role of English in the participants' ...
Impact of English on Young Arabs' Use of Arabic in the UAE
English language education has become a vital part of many educational systems in the world. In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the official language is Arabic, but with the diversity of the population, English is used as ...
Level of Proficiency in Arabic and English, and Identity of Emirati Students in UAE Public Schools
Recently, a new dimension of learning a second language has gained interest in the literature. The identity of learners has made its way as a concept that has become central in second language acquisition (SLA) and bilingual ...
The Impact of CLIL on Arabic, English and Content Learning of Arab High School Students in the UAE
The present study investigated the impact of the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) approach, as applied in a private school in the UAE, on students' L2 learning, L1 knowledge and content learning. It also ...