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  • Argumentative writing behavior of graduate EFL learners 

    Abdollahzadeh, E; Farsani, M; Beikmohammadi, M (Springer Verlag (Germany), 2017)
    This study analyzed the argumentative writing behavior of Iranian graduate learners of English as Foreign Language in their English essays. Further, the correlations between the use of argument elements and overall writing ...
  • The impact of teaching communication strategies on EFL learners’ Willingness to Communicate 

    Mesgarshahr, A; Abdollahzadeh, E (Department of English Studies, Faculty of Pedagogy and Fine Arts, Adam Mickiewicz University, Kalisz, 2014)
    One of the pedagogical implications of the research on the Willingness to Communicate (WTC) might be to propose practical ways of making language learners more willing to communicate in the classroom. This study ...
  • Inferring logical relations by male and female EFL learners 

    Abdollahzadeh, E (International Journal of Language Studies, 2017)
    This study examines the comprehension of the logical relations denoted by different conjunctive adverbials by undergraduate EFL learners. More specifically, it tries to discover if the sex of the participants and type of ...
  • On the practicality of group dynamic assessment: A seminal enterprise deserving closer scrutiny 

    Saniei, A; Birjandi, P; Abdollahzadeh, E (Australian International Academic Centre (AIAC), 2015-01-01)
    This paper is a preliminary study designed to scrutinize the way Group Dynamic Assessment (G-DA), suggested by Poehner (2009), has been implemented in L2 classrooms regarding its basic premise: moving the group forward in ...
  • Peer-peer collaborative dialogue in second language writing 

    Abdollahzadeh, E; Yang, Y (University of Bahrain, 2017)
    This paper investigates the impact of peer-peer collaborative dialogue on Chinese EFL students’ writing quality. In this case study, two participants in an EFL composition class were both audio and video- taped for four ...