Volume 2, Issue 1

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • The Impact of Live Dramatic Performance on English Literature Students’ Interpretation and Analysis of Dramatic Texts 

    Zohoori, Akhtar؛ Nabizadeh, Rakhshandeh؛ Azimi, Hadi (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    Drama is a composite art, a mixture of literature and many other arts, originally written to be performed, since its proper appreciation depends on its being observed, not just read. A play is not fully a work of dramatic ...

  • L2 performance and context of language learning: A comparative study of learners in Tehran and London 

    Tavakoli, Parvaneh (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    The importance of learning context has stirred debates in the field of second language acquisition over the past two decades since studying a second language (L2) abroad is believed to provide authentic opportunities that ...

  • The Effect of Considering Students' Attitudes Towards Methods of Error Correction on the Grammatical Accuracy of their English Writing 

    Khodabakhshzade, Hossein (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    An extremely important issue in any approach of teaching and learning second/foreign language is that students receive feedback on their activities in second/foreign language learning milieu. There are many strategies that ...

  • Blogging: Innovation in an EFL reading and writing class 

    Nikui Nezhad, Fatemeh (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    Computer-mediated learning tools have promised to be effective educational tools in language classes. This research focused on integrating tutor weblog and learner blogs into reading and writing English classes. This ...

  • Iranian Women’s Negative Face in the Construction of Their Identity 

    Hasrati, Mostafa؛ Gheitury, Amer (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    A main feature of recent scholarly work on language is its focus on identity, or the self, as a social construct, or more particularly as a discursive product (Fairclough, 1992; Ivanic, 1998). One way of viewing the self ...

  • L1 Use in L2 Composing Context: A Disruptive or Constructive Role? 

    Zarei, Gholam Reza؛ Alibabaee, Ahamad (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    L1 use is commonly viewed as predominantlydebilitating to L2 learning. However, more recent bilingual researchers believe that L1 is not to be taken as a barrier, but as mental weaponry which can help control or regulate ...

  • Improving Productive Vocabulary Knowledge Through Writing 

    پدیدآور نامشخص (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    To improve and activate the vocabulary of EFL learners, an alternative to common advice in trying to use them in speech can be invited. Mclaughlin, B. et al. (2000) previously argued for the role of reading comprehension ...

  • The Efficacy of Focus on Form on Promoting Second Language Learning 

    Rahimi Domakani, Masoud (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    The disparity between the linguistic knowledge and the communicative abilities which is often observed in the performance of second language (L2) learners has recently shifted the focus of the researchers toward the FonF ...

  • Abnormal Psychology in Lord Jim: Jim and Narcissism 

    Talebzadeh, Hossein (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    One impression a reader may get after reading Conrad's Lord Jimis that Jim is an abnormal kind in psychology. The most likely disorder seems to be narcissism; therefore, enumerating the attributes of people with ...

  • A Test of English for Specific Purposes: Need Analysis, Design, and Evaluation 

    Birjandi, Parviz؛ Khabiri, Mona (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    The current study aimed at constructing a test of Language for Specific Purposes (LSP) as a substitution for the English proficiency test of Postgraduate TEFL Admission examination (PTA) of Islamic Azad University. To this ...

  • EFL Verbal Humor Appreciation 

    Afghari, Akbar؛ Allami, Hamid (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    The use of verbal humor in an L2 class has often been a great challenge to the teachers and materials-developers, as it is felt to require great linguistic, social and cultural competence. This feeling has led the instructors ...

  • Hedging as a Pragmatic Strategy: Variations across Disciplines and Cultures 

    Jalilifar, Alireza (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    This study attempted to capitalize on hedges in English academic abstracts written by three groups of researchers, namely native speakers of English, native speakers of Persian and native speakers of other languages. To ...

  • The Element of Fear in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone 

    پدیدآور نامشخص (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    One of the characteristics of children's literature is that the stories in this genre intensely involve the reader (the child), and the more they make her/him identify with the character(s), the more the reader enjoys the ...

  • Inadequacy of Hatch’s Model of Formal Schema for American Short Stories 

    پدیدآور نامشخص (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    Reading specialists have already argued for the existence of content and formal schemata. Anderson (1980) defines schemata as ‘..., complex, units of knowledge that organize much of what we know about general categories ...

  • The Impact of Two Types of Input Modification on EFL Reading Comprehension: Linguistic Versus Interactiona 

    پدیدآور نامشخص (Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI)انجمن آموزش زبان و ادبیات انگلیسی ایران (تلسی), 2007-01-01)
    This study investigates the relative effects of two types of input modification – linguistic and interactional – on Iranian EFL students' reading comprehension. Eight English reading passages were presented to 248 students ...