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Vol 35 No 1, January - March 1997 

Editorial: The Knowledge Revolution


Writing for the Reader: A Problem Solution Approach
Tom Miller and Dee Parker 


Motivating Learners: At South Korean Universities
Janet S. Niederhauser 


Praise-Question-Encourage: Guidelines for Writing Teacher-Comments between Essay Drafts
Ellen Lipp and Debbie Davis-Ockey 


The infiNET Possibilities: English Teachers on the Internet
Anthea Tillyer 


Building Fluency: A Course for Non-native Speakers of English
Moh-Kim Tam 


Language vs. Literature: in English Departments in the Arab World
Marwan M. Obeidat 



BRAZIL
Native and Non-native Teacher: A Matter to Think Over
Andrea Machado de Almeida Mattos 


CHINA
Speak Out: A Step-by-step Fluency Activity for English Learners in China
Leng Hui 


CHINA
Intensive Reading: Getting Your Students to See the Forest as well as the Trees
Zhang Zhenyu 


ETHIOPIA
De-Mystifying Literature
Michael Daniel Ambatchew 


ISRAEL
Using E-mail in the EFL Class
Orly Sela 


JAPAN
Shadowing
Keiko Adachi 


JAPAN
The Facilitative Role of Written Language in Speaking: Using Writing Activities to Improve L2 Speaking
Toshiyuki Takagaki 


KOREA
Using Local Materials to Teach Writing
Verna M. Ness 


OMAN
Learner-Centered Grammar Instruction
Abdulmoneim M. Mohammed 


POLAND
Teaching Methodology with Easily Available Resources
Krzysztof Strzemeski 


ROMANIA
Computer Assisted Instruction in Language Teaching
Simona Mirescu 


TURKEY
Teacher Initiated Research: Action Research
Zeynep Onel 

 



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