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Growing Trends of Using Mobile in English Language Learning

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The Factors that Affect Qatari College Students’ Motivation and Attitudes to Learn English

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Students’ Perception Towards National Examination 2017: Computer-Based Test or Paper-Based Test

Education DeSouza, E. and M. Fleming (2003). A Comparison of In-Class and Online Quizzes on Student Examination Performance. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 14(2): 121-134. Ghaderi, M. (2014). Comparing Between Computer based Test and Paper-and Pencil based Tests. International Journal of Education & Literacy Studies. 2(4). Gordon, A. M. (2015). Paper based Testing vs. Mobile Device Based Testing in an EFL Environment : Whats' the Difference?. Department of English St. Cloud State University. Master of Arts English

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Interpreting Games: Meaning Creation in the Context of Temporality and Interactivity

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Influence of L1 Metacognitive Reading Strategies on L2 Academic Reading of Chinese College Students

References Aghaie, R. and Zhang, L.J., 2012. Effects of explicit instruction in cognitive and metacognitive reading strategies on Iranian EFL students’ reading performance and strategy transfer. Instructional Science, 40 (6), pp.1063-1081. Alexander, P.A., Jetton, T.L., 2000. Learning from text: a multidimensional and developmental perspective.In: Kamil, M., Mosenthal, P., Pearson, P.D., Barr, R. (Eds.), Handbook of Reading Research, Vol. III . Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, pp. 285–310. Anderson, N. J. (1991). Individual differences in

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English Language Teaching in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Past, Present and Beyond

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Feminist Graphic Narratives: The Ongoing Game of Eluding Censorship

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The Relation of Learning Styles, Learning Interests and Learning Methods Used by Students with the Level of Emotional Intelligence and Grade among Students: Case Study of Economy Class at Smk Ma’arif Malang, Indonesia

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The Relationships of Reading Comprehension Ability with the Ability to Understand The Questions of Mathematical Word Problems

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Learning Styles and the Hybrid Learning: An Empirical Study about the Impact of Learning Styles on the Perception of the Hybrid Learning

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