Exploring the Effectiveness of Pre- and Post-Reading Activities on the Development of Reading Motivation and Self-Regulation as Essentials for Reading Comprehension

Parviz Ajideh; Mohammad - Zohrabi; Behnaz Khojand

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 January 2024


  Reading skill entails the employment of specific skills and strategies. The use of post-reading and pre-reading activities, considering the importance of individual differences of the learners, have been reported to be successful techniques in improving reading comprehension. Thus, the objective of the ...  Read More

Scrutinizing the Utility of Flipped and Online Instructions for Ameliorating EFL Learners’ Writing Ability

Leila Dobakhti; Mohammad - Zohrabi; Sevda Masoudi

Volume 10, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 71-94


  The present study made an endeavor to determine the degree to which online and flipped approaches to writing instruction affected the EFL learners’ writing ability. To this end, first, the researchers selected 75 intermediate-level female EFL learners in three intact classrooms of a private language ...  Read More

Introducing and Investigating a New Micro-strategy for Teaching Spelling Patterns: Active Mental Photography

Mohammad Zohrabi; Parya Kaashef

Volume 4, Issue 3 , August 2017, , Pages 19-31

  Spelling has become a remarkable aspect of learning and/or teaching English as a foreign language. This skill helps learners to write fluently without interruption in the flow of thinking caused by searching dictionary for the correct spelling. However, the number of practical simple strategies to learn ...  Read More