Vol 2, No 4 (2009)

Vol. 2, No. 4, December 2009

Table of Contents


Vol. 2, No. 4, in December 2009 PDF
Editor ELT p0
Beyond the technology in Computer Assisted Language Learning: learners’ experiences. PDF
Mar Gutierrez-Colon, Elisabet Pladevall p3
Textbook Representation of Prepositions PDF
Jayakaran Mukundan, Norwati Roslim p13
A Survey Study of Autonomous Learning by Chinese Non-English Major Post-graduates PDF
Jianping Xu p25
On Chinese Loan Words from English Language PDF
Yun Yan, Tianbai Deng p33
Investigating Mediations in Student Activities in an English Immersion Context in Mainland China PDF
Xiaohua Liang p38
ESL Students’ Attitude towards Texts and Teaching Methods Used in Literature Classes PDF
Siti Norliana Ghazali, Roszainora Setia, Chittra Muthusamy, Kamaruzaman Jusoff p51
A Research on Second Language Acquisition and College English Teaching PDF
Changyu Li p57
Cyclic Linearization and Island Repair in Sluicing PDF
Chunan Qiu p61
Investigating the Relationship among Test Anxiety, Gender, Academic Achievement and Years of Study: A Case of Iranian EFL University Students PDF
Mohsen Rezazadeh, Mansoor Tavakoli p68
Activating Strategies to Fossilization for English Learners in China PDF
Dan Li p75
Designing and Assessing Learning PDF
Hong Quan, Dandan Liu, Xiangqin Cun, Yingchun Lu p78
Reader Stance and a Focus on Gender Differences PDF
Feng-ming Chi p82
The Role of Input, Interaction and Output in the Development of Oral Fluency PDF
Shumei Zhang p91
A Survey of EFL Learners’ Attitudes toward Information and Communication Technologies PDF
Junhong Liu p101
The Language Learning Benefits of Extensive Reading: Teachers Should Be Good Role Models PDF
Gopala Krishnan, Rozlan Abdul Rahim, Rasaya Marimuthu, Rahman Bin Abdullah, Faizah Mohamad, Kamaruzaman Jusoff p107
Interpreting Metaphor of Modality in Advertising English PDF
Jian Xu p117
Metacognitive Strategy Training and Vocabulary Learning of Chinese College Students PDF
Na Zhao p123
Characteristics of an Effective English Language Teacher as Perceived by Iranian Teachers and Learners of English PDF
Homa Babai Shishavan, Karim Sadeghi p130
Teaching Culture Within and Beyond Language PDF
Weiqiang Mao p144
Second Language Theories and Their influences on EFL in China PDF
Xuesong Wang p149
Learner Perceptions of Instruction in L2 Pragmatics PDF
Yuanshan Chen p154
A Study of Policy for Providing Feedback to Students on College English PDF
Liping Chen p162
Kate Chopin’s View on Death and Freedom in The Story of an Hour PDF
Xuemei Wan p167
The Academic English Language Needs of Industrial Design Students in UiTM Kedah, Malaysia PDF
Nor Aslah Adzmi, Samsiah Bidin, Syazliyati Ibrahim, Kamaruzaman Jusoff p171
The Cognitive Nature of Metonymy and Its Implications for English Vocabulary Teaching PDF
Jialing Guan p179
Jane Austen and Imperialism---A Rereading of Pride and Prejudice PDF
Runjiang Xu, Yucheng Li p184
Language Learning Strategies --- The Theoretical Framework and Some Suggestions for Learner Training Practice PDF
Ting Liang p199
On Translators’ Cultrual Frame of Functionist Reference PDF
Zhiyi Fu p207
Realigning the Focus of Plagiarism Detection using Plagiarismdetect.com PDF
Elangkeeran AL Sabapathy, Rozlan Abd Rahim, Kamaruzaman Jusoff p210
An Overview of English Writing Research in Taiwan PDF
Li-hua Chou, Denis Michael Hayes p215

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