Vol 7 No 2 (2017): The Journal of Language Teaching and Learning
The Journal of Language Teaching and Learning

Journal of Language Teaching and Learning is a biannual scientific journal dedicated to the exploration of original and high-quality research and critical scholarship that helps define and advance inquiry concerned with issues related to language and education. JLTL aims to provide a medium for communication among researchers as well as a channel linking researchers and practitioners. JLTL includes research articles, book reviews, and critical literature reviews.

Articles

Kutay Uzun
1-20
Compulsory English Courses in Higher Education: A Source of Angst or Thrill?
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Jing Yao, Xiaohong Li
21-35
Are Chinese Undergraduates Ready for Autonomous Learning of English Listening? – A Survey on Students’ Learning Situation
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Paul Graham Kebble
36-50
Designing Culturally Appropriate Online Professional Development for English Language Teachers through the Incorporation of the Action Research Paradigm
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Mohammad Ahmadi Safa, Azam Ghonchehpour
51-69
A Missing Link in ELT: EFL Learners’ Recognition, Comprehension and Appreciation of English Humor
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Edgar Emmanuell Garcia-Ponce
70-89
Effects of Task Characteristics on Learners’ Fluency, Complexity and Accuracy during EFL Interactions: Implications for Speaking Practice
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Meral ̈Özkan Gürses, Eric Bouvet
90-112
Turkish Students’ Comprehension Monitoring and Strategic Behaviors While Reading in French: A think-aloud study
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Mohammad Reza Hasannejad, Masoud Zoghi, Hanieh Davatgari Asl
113-128
Motivation, Tasks, Attitudes: The Influence of Motivational Pre-Task Strategies on Tasks Performance and Tasks Engagement
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Ali Karakaş
127-146
Teacher preferences in content and language-focused courses in higher education: The case of Turkish EMI students
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Gökhan ̈Öztürk, Elçin ̈Ölmezer-Öztürk
146-165
Stated Beliefs and Classroom Practices on Grammar Teaching: The Case of Three EFL Teachers
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Adem Soruç, Carol Griffiths, Alpaslan Okur
166-176
Characteristics of Learners of Turkish: Motivation, Investment, Beliefs, Autonomy and Strategies
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