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Saichon Pianpadungporn – Higher Education Studies, 2024
In Thailand, the traditional teaching approach used for English language classes has been to explicitly teach English grammar, but in recent years the strategy has begun to shift towards the implicit teaching of language via communicative techniques. Within academic circles, there has been minimal agreement on the suitability of approaches used.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction, Direct Instruction
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Suwitchan Un-Udom; Akarawat Chaumklang; Autthapon Intasena – Higher Education Studies, 2024
The study aims to achieve three primary objectives: (1) To identify essential components for developing an instructional package aimed at enhancing English proficiency among individuals working in the Thai music industry; (2) To design an instructional package specifically tailored to improve the English proficiency of personnel in the Thai music…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Musicians, English for Special Purposes, English (Second Language)
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Teeraporn Plailek; Teeraphat Kitjarak; Weerayuth Plailek – Higher Education Studies, 2023
Creative problem-solving ability is one of the important skills that need to be developed within learners through appropriate and supportive learning experiences. This research aims to: (1) assess the students' creative problem-solving abilities after engaging in HyFlex learning combined with project-based learning; (2) evaluate the students'…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Creativity, Active Learning, Student Projects
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Zhang, Yu; Song, Hanxiao – Higher Education Studies, 2022
An increasing number of studies have demonstrated how language textbooks serve as an arena for ideological reproduction. Following the theory of language ideology, this paper aims to examine the ideological representation of English in a textbook targeting Chinese university students in China. Data were subjected to content analysis and critical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Textbooks, Second Language Instruction, Ideology
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Huang, Wen-Ding; Morrissey, Paul; Chan, Pao-Jing – Higher Education Studies, 2022
The purposes of this paper are to investigate Taiwanese undergraduate students' responses to a selected fictional text, and to propose a critical intercultural pedagogical approach of reading global literature in the EFL educational context based on the insights from the research findings. The authors first critically analysed Xiaolu Guo's third…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Alshahrani, Hind Mesfer Ali – Higher Education Studies, 2022
Universities mainly play an important role in serving the national languages and demonstrating their supremacy in the country and at the same time universities strive to compete with the universities of the world. Between the preservation of the national language and the tendency to internationalize the university, a group of linguistic ideologies…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ideology, College Faculty, Medical Schools
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Aldahmashi, Thamir; Algholaiqa, Thekra; Alrajhi, Ziyad; Althunayan, Thamer; Anjum, Irfan; Almuqbil, Bader – Higher Education Studies, 2021
An adequate number of healthcare providers is an essential factor in the prosperity of a population. One challenge faced by universities is student dropout. This case-control study aimed to examine the academic, psychological, medical, social, as well as female-related risk factors at a health-sciences university in Saudi Arabia in the academic…
Descriptors: Dropouts, Health Sciences, College Freshmen, Late Adolescents
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Khan, Shahla Sattar; Takkac, Mehmet – Higher Education Studies, 2021
New immigrants' arrival in any country indeed brings new challenges to settle in the country. Learning the language of a new country is one of the major hassles in settling and starting a new life. In Canada, new immigrants must learn English as a second language because English is an official language and is also used day to day in almost all…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Foreign Countries
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Deng, Lijun – Higher Education Studies, 2020
Based on the preliminary research findings in the project-based flipped learning model in Business English Translation course, this study designed a process-oriented assessment model for this course and tested its efficacy by an empirical study on 181 third-year English major students divided into three experimental class and three control class…
Descriptors: Business English, Flipped Classroom, Student Projects, Translation
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Alenezi, Abduhameed Muhatlis – Higher Education Studies, 2020
Task-based approach is commonly used in second language teaching and it has been adopted in translation teaching too. However, driven by the lack of studies on task-based approach in translation especially in the very early stages of teaching translation, Saudi universities are no exception, this study focuses on the significance of implementing…
Descriptors: Task Analysis, Teaching Methods, Translation, Second Language Learning
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Zhou, Nan – Higher Education Studies, 2020
Through a theoretical framework that builds on the Community of Practice construct and the concepts of identity negotiation, imagined identity and investment, this case study examines how one English-as-a-foreign-language student negotiated the identity as an English learner in the Chinese university classroom setting. Then the extent that the…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, English (Second Language)
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Li, Tinghua – Higher Education Studies, 2020
The theory of iconicity is widely applied in different fields such as poetry, novel, advertising and English-Chinese comparison but scarcely is it utilized to the combination of English teaching and iconicity theory in cognitive linguistics. This paper discusses how iconicity theory can be used in English teaching by literature research method.…
Descriptors: Grammar, Teaching Methods, Second Language Instruction, English Instruction
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Alzahrani, Fatimah Yousef; Althaqafi, Abeer Sultan – Higher Education Studies, 2020
This study aimed at examining EFL teachers' perceptions of the effectiveness of an OPD program provided by a Saudi University. The program lasted for almost one year, and consisted of different courses about teaching English language. An online questionnaire was sent to the teachers to examine their perceptions of the effectiveness of the program…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language), Language Teachers
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Khojah, Aishah; Shousha, Amal – Higher Education Studies, 2020
Accreditation plays a vital role in promoting self-assessment and excellence in English language teaching and administration. It ensures high quality teaching, and provides proper tools and various types of educational support for productive learning to take place. In this connection, the present research is a case study to assess the academic and…
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), English Instruction, English (Second Language), Educational Practices
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Badger, James – Higher Education Studies, 2019
The attention to fostering learners' critical thinking and creativity skills in secondary school and college students is growing in Western and non-Western countries. This study investigated the integration of a creativity and critical thinking course in an Intensive English Programs (IEP) to determine how the same course may contribute to…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Foreign Students
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