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Rizgar Qasim Mahmood

Rizgar Qasim Mahmood
University of Wollongong, Wollongong campus · School of Humanities and Social Inquiry (HSI)

PhD Applied Linguistics

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October 2012 - September 2021
Salahaddin University - Erbil
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • https://academics.su.edu.krd/rizgar.mahmood
Education
August 2017 - May 2019
California State University, Northridge
Field of study
  • Linguistics/TESL

Publications

Publications (13)
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Written Corrective Feedback has been one of the most controversial topics (Waller, 2015), and it has been researched extensively. Still, the lack of research among Kurdish EFL learners made it necessary to conduct the current research. This study focuses on investigating learners’ perceptions of written corrective feedback and its types. It attempt...
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Written Corrective Feedback has been one of the most controversial topics (Waller, 2015), and it has been researched extensively. Still, the lack of research among Kurdish EFL learners made it necessary to conduct the current research. This study focuses on investigating learners’ perceptions of written corrective feedback and its types. It attempt...
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Written Corrective Feedback has been one of the most controversial topics (Waller, 2015), and it has been researched extensively. Still, the lack of research among Kurdish EFL learners made it necessary to conduct the current research. This study focuses on investigating learners' perceptions of written corrective feedback and its types. It attempt...
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Grammar is one of the most important parts of learning language. grammar shows the basic structures and rules for making words and sentences also grammar has an important role language component for forming words and constructing English sentences among EFL/ESL learners. most of the time English learners ignore or don’t pay attention to know about...
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Grammar is one the important parts of learning any languages. Therefore, it is important to investigate what are the impacts of grammar on speaking anxiety among ESL/EFL learners. Students always face challenges when they speak if they do not know how to use the correct grammar rules. This research attempts to investigate the impact of grammar o...
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The Impact of Assimilation and Some Phonetic Patterns on English Language Pronunciation Assimilation is one of the most important aspects of English language pronunciation. Thus its crucial to investigate the impacts of assimilation on English language pronunciation. Learners of English language cannot always understand everything that a native s...
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Collocation is a group of two or more words that co-occur together in language to make the sound of English more natural also it is one of the smart ways to improve English language proficiency. Therefore, it is important for new learners to know something about it. This research aims to investigate the role and importance of collocations to improv...
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Self-Assessment As Learning Strategy In Learning English As A Second \ Foreign Language. This study aims to explore the importance of Self-assessment as learning strategy in learning English as a second / foreign language and discusses the importance of having experienced teachers or trained teachers for self-assessment as learning strategy in lear...
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Of all the many languages spoken around the world, English one of the most accessible to learn. It has a fairly simple verb tenses system, quite a basic alphabet, and is very flexible. You can quickly learn some basic English words. So in kurdistan nearly most of the people try to learn English as a second language for their purpose. This paper foc...
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One of the most controversial topics among teachers and researchers is students' various responses to Written Corrective Feedback (WCF) (Waller, 2015). When most English language learners are exposed to the English language during the learning process, they compose paragraphs and essays in their writing classes, where they receive different types o...
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This paper examines the perceptions of college-level ESL/EFL learners towards written correction feedback (WCF) and the different types of WCF that can contribute to improving their writing skills. The results of this research can be applied in ESL/EFL classes and help teachers to be more aware of how to give corrective feedback in an encouraging w...
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The issue of native and non-native English language teachers has been the topic of debate for many decades (Braine, 2013). This paper shows non-native English-speaking teachers’ abilities in teaching English as a second/foreign language in general and a pronunciation class using YouGlish as a practical tool for L2 teachers and learners. This paper...

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As a potential topic for my PhD thesis, I am thinking and reading about this topic, and I would love to hear your ideas and suggestions. I also highly appreciate it if you could connect with me and talk about the topic privately. Please if you have any published studies and articles related to teaching English in Iraqi Kurdistan, share them with me. Thank you. The Aim of the Project: - Teaching pronunciation more effectively - Investigating the issues and challenges of pronunciation by ESL/EFL learners - The role of oral/pronunciation corrective feedback in pronunciation improvement