2012 Articles

| January 20, 2014

TESOL Asia TESOL Certificate courses -Summer 2013 Philippines

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Volume 9. July 2012.

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1. Foreword. Leah Espada Gustilo. PDF

2. The Use of Translation in the EFL Classroom. Yi-chun Pan and Yi-ching Pan. PDF

3. On the Relationship between Iranian EFL Students’ Critical Thinking Ability and Their Reading Comprehension Micro-Skills. Farhad GhorbanDordiNejada and Mokhtar Heydarib. PDF

4. Exploring the Lexical and Syntactic Features of the Learners’ Narratives. Jessie S. Barrot. PDF

5. Move Analysis of Philosophy Research Article Introductions Published in the University of Santo Tomas. Roy Randy Y. Briones. PDF

6. Conversational Topic Preferences, Taboo Words and Euphemisms: The Case of Philippine Male and Female University Students. Teresita D. Tajolosa. PDF

Volume 8. February 2012.

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1. Foreword. Leah Espada Gustilo

2. Pronominal Choice: A Reflection of Culture and Persuasion in Philippine Political Campaign Discourse. Paulina M. Gocheco PDF

3. Explicit or Implicit? Children’s Ability to Answer Contextually Demanding Questions. Lina Tao PDF

4. EFL Motivational Orientation and Proficiency: A Survey of Cambodian University Students in Phnom Penh. Sovannarith Lim PDF

5. Conclusions in Research Articles: A Filipino-Japanese Contrastive Rhetoric Study. Rodrigo Concepcion Morales PDF

6. Learners’ Errors and Their Evaluation: the case of Filipino ESL writers. Leah Gustilo and Carlo Magno PDF

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