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The Impact of CALL on the Learning and Teaching of ESL Writing: A Study of Students' and Teachers' Attitudes
Computers and computer technologies are gradually becoming ubiquitous tools in some English second language writing classrooms. The aim of this study was to examine the perceptions and attitudes of secondary- and ...
Investigating the Types and Effect of Oral Corrective Feedback Given to Students in Fujairah
There has been a shift in the attitudes towards the errors that language learners make. Previously they were indicators of sin or failure, however presently researchers recommend that "errors [should be] viewed as an ...
Teachers' Views of Call Implementation in Ras Al Khaimah English Language Classes: Obstacles and Opportunities
Technology integration can be considered as an extremely useful practice in teaching English; therefore, this research investigated teachers' views about obstacles with implementation of technology in English language ...
Interlanguage Morphophonology: Can Persistent Errors be Overcome?
EFL speakers need clear and intelligible speech to make their communication more successful. Good pronunciation is essential for speakers to communicate their ideas and understand others easily. Whether second language ...
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' ...
UAE High School Students' Attitude Towards Traditional and Computer-Mediated Peer Response
Using blogs has recently become popular in learning ESL. However, not much research has been done in use of blogs in ESL writing classes. In this research, I conducted a study in my English writing classes to explore how ...