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Soran Abubakr Abdulrahman

Soran Abubakr Abdulrahman
Tishk International University · ELT

Master of Arts

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A wealth of research has been conducted to compare extensive and intensive reading thanks to their increasing popularity in educational settings globally. However, only a limited number of studies have been conducted to measure the effects of movie-enriched extensive reading activities. To this aim, the present study was undertaken to investigate t...
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A wealth of research has examined the effects of varied types of Written Corrective Feedback (WCF) in Academic Writing courses. However, there has been an ongoing discussion on adopting one of them. In this regard, this study investigated the effects of direct feedback on IELTS Academic Writing Section Score of Foundation English students` over 24...
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A growing number of studies has been conducted on mentorship programs so far for their implications in educational institutions related to teacher training programs. Additionally, an increasing number of countries has invested much money and time on mentorship programs. Mentors can be regarded as the model for newly teacher candidates. In this stud...
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The play entitled The Bedbug is one of the most imaginative political satires on the Soviet Union in the twentieth century which was written by one of the greatest Russian poets, Vladimir Mayakovsky in 1929. The primary purpose of this study is to analyze the play in terms of Marxism's Materialistic Aspects. This article intends to show the economi...
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Varied feedback strategies are prevalent to enhance learners` skills in an Academic Writing course. However, there has been an ongoing discussion on classifying one as the most efficient strategy. In this regard, this study investigated the impacts of metalinguistic feedback on the TOEFL IBT Independent Writing Section Score of language preparatory...
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Although voluminous studies have been conducted about product, process and genre approach in writing, only few studies have been observed to measure the effects of process-genre approach on students` writing performance in an Academic Writing course at a university level in Iraq. In this respect, this study investigated the effects of process genre...
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A wealth of research has examined the effects of varied types of Written Corrective Feedback (WCF) in Academic Writing courses. However, there has been an ongoing discussion on adopting one of them. In this regard, this study investigated the effects of direct feedback on IELTS Academic Writing Section Score of Foundation English students` over 24...
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A wealth of research has evaluated the effects of varied types of approaches in Academic Writing courses. However, there has been an ongoing discussion on prioritizing one of them. In this regard, this study examined the effects of product-based approach on Academic Writing Score of language preparatory school students over 16 weeks using pre-test...
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Communication with people is achieved through words. While using words and body language in verbal communication, sign language is used with the deaf and dumb. Sending messages to others can be with our words, sometimes only with our body language. As educators teaching in different branches, we need words and body language to communicate with stud...
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Slaughterhouse-Five is Kurt Vonnegut's breakthrough novel that was published in 1969. It is based on his own Second World War experience in Dresden. It is, in general, an anti-war book and is primarily concerned with free will and warfare. Therefore, the primary purpose of this study is to demonstrate the violence of warfare and traumatic experienc...
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Human beings have always been in a battle of treasure, religion and land for the sake of power and there happen a lot of massacres all over the world. One of these dreadful massacres is the Holocaust which is one of the most discreditable events in the history of mankind. This event has remained severe and long term effects. A huge number of Jewish...

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