Vol. 20, No. 1, 2019

Featured Articles

Social Networking for Language Learning Participation in Relation to Task Value and L2 Writing Anxiety
Daniel Bailey, Konkuk University Glocal Campus, Republic of Korea
pp. 1-18 (pdf)
Computer-Aided Scaffolding in Communicative Language Teaching Environments
Ajit Narayanan, Avaz Inc & IIT Madras, India
Rajesh Kumar, IIT Madras, India
pp. 19-32 (pdf)
Semantic Prosody and its Effect on EFL learners’ Lexical Cohesion
Mohsen Jafarpour, Tehran University, Iran
Majid Nemati, Tehran University, Iran
Aliakbar Khamijani Farahani, Tehran University, Iran
pp. 33-51 (pdf)
The Application of Small WhatsApp Groups and the Individual Flipped Instruction Model to Boost EFL Learners’ Mastery of Collocation
Yudhi Arifani, Universitas Muhammadiyah Gresik, Indonesia
pp. 52-73 (pdf)
Using a Web-based Simulation to Elicit Public Input into ELT Policy in Thailand
Richard Watson Todd, King Mongkut's University of Technology, Thailand
pp. 74-86 (pdf)
Students’ Vocabulary Enhancement at Grade 10: A Comparative Study Using CALL & MALL in Indonesia
Caroline Victorine Katemba, Universitas Advent Indonesia, Indonesia
pp. 87-114 (pdf)
English for Academic Purposes Instructors’ Use and Acceptance of Technology in EAP Courses
Seyed Reza Dashtestani, University of Tehran, Iran
pp. 115-134 (pdf)
Integration of Video in Teaching Grammar to EFL Arab Learners
Mohammed Abdullah Alharbi, Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia
pp. 135-153 (pdf)
Online Translator, Dictionary, and Search Engine Use Among L2 Students
Errol M. O’Neill, University of Memphis, U.S.A.
pp. 154-176 (pdf)
Investigating Listening Comprehension through Flipped Classroom Approach: Does Authenticity Matter?
Ramin Vaezi, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
Akbar Afghari, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
Ahmadreza Lotfi, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
pp. 178-208 (pdf)

Web Application Review

Word Engine
Wes Armstrong, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
pp. 209-213 (pdf)

Book Review

Teacher Education in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: A Sociocultural and Linguistic Perspective
Jeremy White, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Daniel Mills, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
pp. 214-217 (pdf)