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Student questioning in literature circles: an investigation of forms of questioning among ELT students
(Selcuk University, 2019)
In this study, different types of questions (i.e., choice, product, process, metaproces) being asked by two groups of ELT freshmen while conducting literature circles, one of the most useful ways to activate cooperative ...
Using humor in language classrooms: Greasing the wheels or putting a spanner in the works? A study on humor styles of Turkish EFL instructors
(Hacettepe University, 2019)
Humor has often been seen as an important element in the learning process, facilitating both teaching and learning. Nevertheless, the utilization of humor in the educational setting has had its opponents. In recent years, ...
Learning vocabulary through collocating on quizlet
(Horizon Research Publishing, 2019)
The difficulty in learning vocabulary is a problem that lies in not anchoring the new items to relevant established entities in cognitive structure. Different categories of associations have been reported to aid facilitating ...
Self-efficacy and the use of compensatory strategies: A study on EFL learners
(Eurasian Society of Educational Research, 2019)
This study aimed to explore the relationship between Turkish English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners’ self-efficacy level and their opinion regarding their use of compensatory strategies (CSs). The study further ...
The content analysis of the English as an international language-targeted coursebooks: English literature or literature in English?
(SciencePark Science, Organization and Counseling, 2019)
The integration of literature and literary works has always played an undeniable role in language education. Despite the existence of a wealth of literature in non-native English-speaking countries, in the majority of the ...