TESOL Journal 2011

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Volume 5. December 2011

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Foreword. Paolo Niño Valdez

Article 1. Laura H. Baecher and Dang Thi Bich Thuy. Supervision of Instruction in English as a Foreign Language: A Vietnamese Perspective.

Article 2. Fasih Ahmed and Marie Françoise Narcy-Combes. An Analysis of Textbooks from a Cultural Point of View.

Article 3. Yamin Qian. Space and voice: A comparative study of Chinese adolescents’ English use in China and Canada.

Article 4. Chen Shuichi and Li Xuesong. Cultivating Intercultural Communication Competence under Chinese Higher Vocational College EFL Teaching Context

Article 5. Reza Ghaffar Samar and Ira Hossein Davari. Liberalist or Alarmist: Iranian ELT Community’s Attitude to Mainstream ELT vs. Critical ELT

Article 6. Matthew M. Nepomuceno. Writing Online: Using Blogs as an Alternative Writing Activity in Tertiary ESL Classes


Volume 4. June 2011

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Foreword. Drs. Magno & Robertson

Article 1. Paulina M. Gocheco. An Analysis of Verb Groups in Legal Discourse: Implications for Teaching English for Specific Purposes

Article 2. Jose Cristina M. Parina. First Year College Students’ Perception of the Process Approach in Honing Critical Writing Skills

Article 3. Ma. Joahna S. Mante. Speech and Thought Representation in Si Duglit Ang Dugong Makulit: A Story that Indigenizes Uni versal Scientific Principles for Children

Article 4. Dennis Herrera Pulido. A Systemic Functional Analysis of Philippine English Newspaper Editorials

Article 5. Carlo Magno &Karen Gayle Sison. Reading English Words Aloud: Will it help or will it not?

Article 6. Paolo Nino M. Valdez. English for Colonization, Neo-Colonization, and Globalization in the Philippines: Challenging Marginalization in the Profession

TESOL Journal 2009

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Volume 1. December 2009

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Article 1. Carlo Magno. Self-Regulation and Approaches to Learning in English Composition Writing.
Article 2. Alejandro S. Bernardo and Helen T. Gonzales. Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Filipino College Students across Five Disciplines
Article 3. Ariane Macalinga Borlongan. Tagalog-English Code-Switching in English Language Classes: Frequency and Forms
Article 4. Mariel Hope Chen, Paul Jerik Gualberto, and Cheyenne Led Tameta. The Development of Metacognitive Reading Awareness Inventory
Article 5. Paul Ong, Vernice Liao, and Rosee Alimon. Moderating Language and Number of Mathematical Operations In the Relationship between Problem Solving Scores and Learning Strategies
Article 6. Ma. Theresa Carmela E. Kanlapan and Joseph C. Velasco. Constructing a Self-Regulation Scale Contextualized in Writing
Article 7. Shirley Dita. Physical and Topical Structure Analysis of Professional Writing in Inner, Outer, and Expanding Circles of English

TESOL Journal: 2010

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Volume 3. December 2010

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Foreword. Drs. Magno & Robertson
Article 1. Gonzales, Richard DLC.
Motivational Orientation in Foreign language Learning. The Case of Filipino Language Learners
Article 2. Junfeng Xin & Rochelle Irene Lucas. Noun versus verb Bias in Mandarin- English Bilingual Pre-school Children
Article 3. Toh, Glen. Good idea and Opinion Seem Not Important. Reflections on Student Conceptualizations of Academic Writing
Article 4. Binghadeer, Nora. The Effect of Age and Input Enhancement on L2 Vowel Production. A Longitudinal Study
Article 5. Yi-Ching Pan. Enhancing Student’s Communicative Competency and Test Taking Skills Through TOEIC Preparatory Materials
Article 6. Magno, Carlo. The Effect of Scaffolding on Children’s Reading Speed, Reading Anxiety, and Reading Proficiency
Article 7. Flores, Eden Regala. What Goes on in an English Classroom. A Look at how Grammar is Taught


Volume 2. June 2010

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Foreword. Drs. Magno, Patil, Robertson & Borlongan
Article 1. Ariane Macalinga Borlongan. On the Management of Innovations in English Language Teaching in the Philippines

Article 2. Devo Yilmaz Devrim and Yasemin Bayyurt. Students’ Understandings and Preferences of the Role and Place of ‘Culture’ in English Language Teaching: A Focus in an EFL context
Article 3. Leonisa A. Mojica. An Investigation on Self-Reported Writing Problems and Actual Writing Deficiencies of EFL Learners in the Beginners’ Level
Article 4. Carlo Magno. Korean Students’ Language Learning Strategies and Years of Studying English as Predictors of Proficiency in English
Article 5. Jennifer Tan-de Ramos. A Comparative Study of the Discourse Marker Types in the Body Section of the Research Papers of DLSU Students
Article 6. Levi McNeil. Beyond the Products of Higher-Order Questioning: How do Teacher and English- Language Learner Perceptions Influence Practice?
Article 7. Maria R. Coady and Cynthia Moore. Using Libros: The Emergent Bi-literacy Development of Spanish-speaking Children
Article 8. Ruth MH Wong. Mainland Students Learning English in Hong Kong: Does Place-of-origin Affect Motivation?
Article 9. Jonathan Ivy and Eyad Al-Fattal. Marketing Private EFL Programs in Damascus
Article 10. Ahlam Al-Harbi. Mother Tongue Maintenance and Second Language Sustenance: A Two-Way Language Teaching Method
Article 11. Norman Fewell. Language learning strategies and English language proficiency: an investigation of Japanese EFL university students
Article 12. Shigeru Ozaki. High-Stakes Tests and Educational Language Policy in Japan: An Analysis of the National Center English Test from the Viewpoint of Education for International Understanding
Article 13. Maher M. Fattash. Congruity or Disparity: Teachers’ Assessment of the New Palestinian English Language School Curriculum