RSS2006

Is Listening Comprehension Influenced by the Background Knowledge of the Learners? A Case Study of Iranian EFL learners

Is Listening Comprehension Influenced by the Background Knowledge of the Learners? A Case Study of Iranian EFL learners

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November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleIs Listening Comprehension Influenced by the Background Knowledge of the Learners?A Case Study of Iranian EFL learners AuthorsF. SadighiShiraz University S. ZareShiraz University F. Sadighi is a professor of Applied Linguistics and teaches graduate courses (M.A. and Ph.D.) in Applied Linguistics at Shiraz University. S. Zare is an EFL […]

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Causal Modeling – Path Analysis: A New Trend in Research in Applied Linguistics

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November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleCausal Modeling – Path Analysis:A New Trend in Research in Applied Linguistics AuthorMina Rastegar University of Kerman, Iran Bio DataDr. Mina Ratsegar has been an Assistant Professor of Language and Applied Linguistics in the language department of the University of Kerman for the last 22 years. Her professional expertise […]

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Do Languages with Cognate Relationships have Advantages in Second Language Acquisition?

Do Languages with Cognate Relationships have Advantages in Second Language Acquisition?

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November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleDo Languages with Cognate Relationships have Advantages in Second Language Acquisition? AuthorRaphiq Ibrahim Haifa University and Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel Bio Data:Dr. Raphiq Ibrahim is cognitive and neuropsychologist interested in visual and auditory word perception, language and bilingualism and hemispheric specialization for higher cognitive function. He lives in […]

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Language Dynamics of an Ethnic Minority Group: Some Methodological Concerns on Data Collection

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November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleLanguage Dynamics of an Ethnic Minority Group: Some Methodological Concerns on Data Collection AuthorDr. Francesco CavallaroNanyang Technological University, Singapore Bio Data:Dr. Francesco Cavallaro is an Assistant Professor in Communication Skills at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has worked at various Universities in Australia and he is now living and […]

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L1 Persian Attrition

L1 Persian Attrition

January 2006. Volume 1 pps 17 -46 ( PDF Journal version) for academic citation Title L1 Persian Attrition Authors Hamideh Jamshidiha & Hamideh Marefat University of Tehran, Iran Article PDF Version Abstract This study aims at investigating first language attrition in Persian speakers of English as L2. Three groups are compared: Persian monolinguals, early bilinguals and […]

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