1. Depth of Processing in Different Instructional Conditions and Iranian Learners’ Interpretation of English Inversion Structures
AbstractThe idea of encouraging awareness in classrooms is not new, but research into awareness is beginning to encourage those involved in language teaching to think more systematically about ... Read More
AbstractPrevious research has shown that raters’ personality characteristics exert an influence on their ratings, skewing the results and invalidating the decisions made about students’ ... Read More
3. The Effect of Input Modality and Sensory Mode on L2 Listening Fatigue: A Case of Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners
AbstractThe present research was conducted to examine the effect of different input modality interaction in L2 on listening fatigue. Eighty-six intermediate Iranian EFL learners selected through ... Read More
4. The Washback Effect of IELTS Examination on EFL Teachers’ Perceived Sense of Professional Identity: Does IELTS Related Experience Make a Difference?
AbstractA teacher’s self-perception and identity are shaped by the test accountability context where they teach. Although research on washback effect and teacher-related factors is not ... Read More
AbstractSome EFL teachers have tragically fossilized in their career and have reluctantly participated in teachers' in-service classes. Teachers Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is ... Read More