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Vol 34 No 3, June - December 1996 

Misconceptions: Clarifying the Concept of Control
Zuo Biao 


On Their Own Terms: Using Student Native Culture as Content in the EFL Classroom
Ron Post and Ilyse Rathet 


Developing Cultural Awareness: in EFL Classrooms
Roseanne Tavares and Ildney Cavalcanti 


The Teaching Portfolio: A Tool to Become a Reflective Teacher
Jesos A. Bastidas 


Three Ways That Work!: Oral Fluency Practice in the EFL Classroom
Brian Bresnihan and Barbara Stoops 
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English Cards: TEFL with Nothing but a Full Deck
Terrence M. Gardiner 


Coherence and Students' Errors: Weaving the threads of Discourse
Zahariah Pilus 
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Punctuating Punctuation: in the English Classroom
Judith E. Moy 



ALBANIA
A Lesson from the Land of Eagles
Lisa Morgan and Jane Taunton 


ARGENTINA
Seven Steps into Getting ESP Students to Write Technical Reports
Julio C. Gim,nez 


BRAZIL
Blends: Developing Creative Vocabulary Building Activities
Carmem Teresa Do Nascimento Elias 


BRAZIL
The Myths and the Practical Needs of Using L1 in EFL Classes: A Learner Training Experiment
Luis Augusto V.P. Reis 


BRAZIL
Poetry? It's Worth a Try!
Antonio Luciano de A. Tosta 


CHINA
Group Reading Diary
Ting Yen-Ren 


CUBA
You Never Know Where a Classified Ad May Take You
Gilbert Diaz-Santos 


CUBA
Understanding and Using Tag Questions
Miriam E. Mil n Martin 


CUBA
Transcoding in EAP: On the Road to Efficient Reading
Miriam M. Rodriguez 


GREECE
Producing ESP Materials: From the First Draft to the Final Product
Maria Spiropoulou 


INDIA
Raising the Writer's Awareness in the Large Class
Prema K. Dheram 


ITALY
ESP for Chemistry and Microbiology: An Integrated Approach
Elisabetta Nucifora 


JAPAN
Warm-ups, Work-outs and Wind-downs: Vocabulary Practice
William R. Holden 


JAPAN
Regaining Accuracy in a Fluency Oriented Writing Class
Richard Humphries 


LATVIA
How To Make Drills More Exciting by Using Pictures
Inara Dimpere 


MEXICO
The Use of Readers Theater in the EFL Curriculum
Martha Lengeling , Casey Malarcher and Leath Mills 


N. ZEALAND
The Role-based Interview
John Carstensen 


NIGER
Listening: Homework and Simulation: Using Student Provided Material in Class
Djibo Moussa 


RUSSIA
Grammar Can Be Fun!
Angelina Bezrukova 


SAUDI ARABIA
The Poetry Sausage Machine: Creative Writing as a Teaching Strategy
Paul Rogers 


SINGAPORE
Job Interview Questions: Responding to Implied Meanings
Irene F. H. Wong (top) and Lai Phooi Ching 


SLOVAKIA
Gossip Chains: A New Twist on an Old Activity
John Wheeler 


SPAIN
Oral Practice for Large Upper-Intermediate or Advanced Groups
R. M. Serrano-S nchez 


SPAIN
Making Sense of Neologisms
Isabel Verdaguer 


SPAIN
Brainstorming to Autonomy
Leslie Bobb-Wolff 


TURKEY
A Cognitive Developmental Approach to Conversation
Meral €ileli 


USA
From Readers to Writers to Actors!
Jeri Wyn Gillie , Susan Ingle and Heidi Mumford 

 



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