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Don’t Get It Right, Just Get It Written: Making Feedback Work
(IGI Global, 2015)
Writing is an essential skill for students, as it helps them meet persistently changing social and academic demands. They are often evaluated based on written assignments, reports, term papers, and essays. For second and ...
Honey catches flies more than Ginger: Enhancing Arab Students’ Attitudes Towards English Classes
Most members of the language teaching profession realize that their students' learning potential increases when attitudes are positive and motivation runs high. It has been noted that individual difference variables, such ...
The Effect of Native and Nonnative English Language Teachers on Secondary Students’ Achievement in Speaking Skills
(The Jordanian Journal of Educational Sciences, 2013)
The present study aimed at investigating the effect of the native English language teachers in comparison with nonnative English language teachers on students’ achievement in speaking skills. The subjects of the study ...
Attitude towards Learning English The case of the UAE Technological High School
(International Research Journals, 2013)
This paper outlines the results of a survey that was carried out, to identify Applied Technology High School students’ attitudes towards learning the English language and to investigate whether the students’ attitude is ...