Sousan Sattar

Sousan Sattar
Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch | IAUN · Department of English

Doctor of Philosophy

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جذابیت شبکه های اجتماعی مجازی از یک سو و سهولت فعالیت در این دسته از برنامه ها از سوی دیگر، سبب می شود تا افراد در حال آموزش میل و رقبت بیشتری داشته باشندتااز این طریقدر کلاسهای آموزشی شرکت داشته باشند. ارزیابی آموخته های فراگیران به عنوان عنصر نافذ و تاثیرگذار برنامه درسی در آموزش مجازی، بر سایر عناصر نظیر اهداف، محتوا، فعالیت های یادگیری، شیوه ها...
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The use of video conferencing and online meeting tools enabled university professors to conduct teaching classes in the context of Covid-19 pandemic when assembly and close social communication have explicitly been prohibited. Of course, the new method of teaching, in terms of fundamental change in the way of communication, has provided many challe...
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Language learning with the help of mobile phones is considered as a new educational technology. Recently, due to the spread of different technologies, mobile phones have become popular among students to enhance learning. In this study, researchers investigated the role of using cell-phone, as a new learning tool, in facilitating the learning of mal...
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New approaches and methods to language learning and teaching have drawn the attention of many researchers. This study aimed at investigating the role of Iranian EFL learners" attitudes towards the value components of the Partnership Approach (PA) on motivating their active engagement in the learning process. A descriptive research method (survey st...
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Culture, as an inseparable component of language, impacts different aspects of human communication in real language use. However, it has been underestimated in language teaching programs in Iran. Hence, this study aimed at investigating EFL learners' attitudes towards the importance of learning culture and its impact on their intercultural awarenes...
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Introducing effective approaches and providing equal opportunities for all language learners at any level of language knowledge to learn successfully seems to be an asset. In this study, the role of employing Partnership Approach (PA) to teach speaking to undergraduate EFL students through Streaming/Homogeneous-Grouping of the learners in Mixed-Abi...
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This study aimed at investigating the Iranian undergraduate EFL students' and teachers' attitude towards Partnership Approach as a new way of engaging learners in the learning process. A descriptive , ethnographic research method, using a questionnaire along with focus group semi-structured interview, was employed. Seventy-two undergraduate EFL lea...
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“Once you lable me you neglect me” Soren Kierkegaard Effective interaction requires ones understanding of what people are like, how they behave, and what kind of behavior is supposed to be acceptable or not acceptable. Stereotypes can be detected in verbal communication, in daily conversations and even in media. They are used in various contexts....
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Inspired by critical discourse analysis and regarding language as a social medium whereby individuals, social groups, and institutions tend to express their beliefs and values, this study seeks to explore the persuasion and discourse strategies utilized in sermons. By focusing on the sermon of an influential native English orator and by employing W...
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One of the main concerns in educational settings has been the degree of the learners' involvement in learning and the extent to which they actively participate in classroom talks and interactions. The present study is an emic-based ethnographic study aimed at providing insights about patterns of talk and different degrees of interaction in EFL univ...
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In the past decades, there has been an increasing interest in studying experiences of the "self" in different contexts so that identity has become a concept receiving considerable attention in recent research studies. Accordingly, the present study sought to explore the extent to which language knowledge might shape personal identity. It also aimed...
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With the quick emergence of computers and related technology, Electronic-learning (E-learning) and Information Communication and Technology (ICT) have been extensively utilized in the education and training field. Miscellaneous methods of integrating computer technology and the context in which computers are used have affected student learning in m...
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Several recent studies have revealed that EFL students who employ metacognitive strategies are more successful. However, limited research has explored EFL teachers' explicit awareness of their cognitive knowledge. The aim of this study was to examine the role of EFL teachers' metacognitive knowledge in their pedagogical performance. Furthermore, th...

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