Studies in Literature and Language, Vol.9, No.1, August 31, 2014
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Table of Contents
|Digital Stories in Writing Instruction for Middle School Students With Autism|
|Joy F. Xin||1-10|
|The Spanish Synthetic Future as a Means of Expression of Inference|
|Conceptualization of Assessment as a Formative System in Teaching and Learning: A Cybernetic Model|
|Yaping CHEN, Rongping CAO||27-32|
|A Probe Into Translation Strategies of Tech English Neologism in Petroleum Engineering Field|
|A Corpus-Based Study on the Vocabulary Errors in CET-4 Writing and Its Pedagogical Implications|
|Poetry Translation: An Intertextuality Approach|
|Junhui WU, Qingshun HE||43-50|
|Attitude and Motivation for English Learning|
|Application of Learning Strategies to Culture-Based Language Instruction|
|Lihui CHEN, Yanmin ZHANG||57-61|
|Text Transformation and Freewriting Methods as Determinants of Achievement in Yoruba Essay Writing in Senior Secondary Schools in Ibadan, Oyo State|
|Adeyemi Abiodun Adeyinka, Yemisi Omolola Ilesanmi||62-67|
|Authentic or Bespoke: A Discussion of the Application of Authentic Materials in Business English Teaching|
|Analysis of EFL Learners’ Writing Process in China: Comparison Between English Major and Non-English Major Learners|
|Applying Content-Based Instruction to Extensive Reading Class|
|Tropes of Sacrifice in Nigerian Drama|
|Taye Awoyemi, Omolara Kikelomo Owoeye||82-89|
|Culture Introduction and Cross-cultural Communication Competence in College English Teaching|
|The Correlation Study on the Relationship Between the Depth of Vocabulary Knowledge and Comprehensive Ability|
|Xinyue ZHANG, Yujiao PAN, Xiaoqi XU||94-110|
|A Study on English Vocabulary Learning Strategies Used by Chinese College Students|
Conflict Between Individual and Society in Sister Carrie
|The Teacher as a Public Speaker in the Classroom|
|On Cultivating Senior Middle School Students’ Cross-Cultural Awareness in English Classes|
|Dongfeng LI, Xueqing BAI, He LI||134-139|
|An Analysis of Shelley’s Love|
|The Comparison of Confucian Benevolence and Christian Love|
The Analysis of Different Translations of The Analects by James Legge and Ku Hung-Ming From Perspective of Hermeneutics
|Assessment of Reading Comprehension of Saudi Students Majoring in English at Qassim University, Saudi Arabia|
|Waleed B. Al Abiky||155-162|
|Les Emprunts à l’arabe en Persan|
|Nouman Ahmed Malkawi, Hamod AL-Rahawi||163-174|
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