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Vol 34 No 1, January - March 1996 

Editorial: Words And Images


Vocabulary Learning and Speaking Activities
Angela Joe 


The Ripple Effect: Word Meaning Expansion and its Application in Teaching Vocabulary
Mu Fengying 
Including Graphic(s) 


A Gujarati Juliet And Romeo: TEFL, Threatre, and Consciousness-Raising in India
Elliott Swift 


Helping Students Help Themselves: Using Personalized Teaching Aids
Dennis Wilhoit 
Including Graphic(s) 


Films and EFL: What's Playing in the Language Classroom?
Maria Palmira Massi and Adriana G. Merino 


Students In New Roles:: Authors And Collaborators
Joseph Krupp 



CAMEROON
The Unseen Poem
Gladys N. Focho 


CHINA
The Prominence of Transfer in Translation
Li Xiao Fan 


CONGO
How to Motivate Learners of English
Felicien Baloto 


COSTA RICA
Proxemics in the ESL Classroom
Ivannia Jimenez Arias 


CZECH REPUBLIC
Adapting Readings to Encourage Slower Readers
Jim Roth 


EGYPT
Teaching Vocabulary to English Teacher Trainees
Leslie Cohen 


INDIA
English Spelling: A Whole Language Approach
K. V. Tirumalesh 


POLAND
Homophone Dominoes
Ewa Piechurska 


SERBIA
Teaching One's Own Children
Mirjana Savic-Obradovic 


SPAIN
Comprehension through Pictures
Antonio R. Roldan Tapia 


SYRIA
Teaching Some Common Prepositions
Coleman South 


TAIWAN
Six Ways of Pairing Students in an ESL Classroom
David Armour 


THAILAND
Making Use of Redundancy in Listening and Speaking
Desmond R. Burton 


TURKEY
Ideas for Using Songs in the English Language Classroom
Deniz Kurtoglu Eken 
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