Indonesian TESOL Journal
Indonesian TESOL Journal
Institut Agama Islam Negeri Palopo
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Dikutip oleh
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Learners’ Attitudes towards Teachers’ switching to the mother tongue (The Case of Secondary school learners in Algeria)
M Manel, A Hassan, HA Buriro
Indonesian TESOL Journal 1 (1), 9-26, 2019
An empirical studies on Indonesian English-curriculum changes: opportunities and constraints in an underdeveloped region
A Riadi
Indonesian TESOL Journal 1 (2), 2019
The usage of cohesive devices by high-achieving EFL students in writing argumentative essays
A Saputra, MAR Hakim
Indonesian TESOL Journal 2 (1), 42-58, 2020
Online teaching self-efficacy—how English teachers feel during the Covid-19 pandemic
S Lee, C Ogawa
Indonesian TESOL Journal 3 (1), 1-17, 2021
Teaching English as an International Language (EIL) in Nepal.
MS Saud
Online Submission 2 (1), 29-41, 2020
Qualitative research into reading in English as a foreign language in Indonesia–Quo Vadis
H Masduqi, F Fatimah, A Subiyanto
Indonesian TESOL Journal 3 (2), 76-87, 2021
A situational analysis of efl textbook selection in Thai public schools
N Wuttisrisiriporn, N Vinichevit, S Usaha
Indonesian TESOL Journal 2 (2), 71-80, 2020
Large classes and English language teaching and learning in public sector secondary schools of Pakistan
S Moghal, AS Kazi, A Bukhari
Indonesian TESOL Journal 1 (1), 1-8, 2019
The effects of environmental problem-based learning method on Malaysian primary ESL learners’ vocabulary achievement
ZF Chai, SB Swanto
Indonesian TESOL Journal 2 (1), 59-70, 2020
The effects of extensive listening on Vietnamese students’ listening skills
T Van Le, PK Sa
Indonesian TESOL Journal 2 (1), 1-14, 2020
Integrating the deductive method and holistic assessment approach to teaching English grammar in English education programmes
IM Sujana, U Udin, NWM Susanti, A Arifuddin
Indonesian Tesol Journal 2 (2), 99-115, 2020
The Influence of Socio Cultural and Educational Background on EFL Learners’ Motivation
M Keumala, NMA Samad, IA Samad, N Rachmawaty
Indonesian TESOL Journal 1 (1), 67-77, 2019
Teacher Resilience in Facing Changes in Education Policy due to Covid-19 Pandemic
M Amin, N Nuriadi, H Soepriyanti, L Thohir
Indonesian TESOL Journal 4 (1), 71-84, 2022
Pre-teaching Vocabulary in Teaching Reading Skill: A Hindrance to Learner Autonomy?
TA Chowdhury, A Ara
Indonesian TESOL Journal 3 (2), 123-132, 2021
The concept of “Kampus Merdeka” in the current policy of Indonesian higher education: ELT lecturers’ perspectives
S Sukirman
Indonesian TESOL Journal 4 (1), 31-47, 2022
The ambivalences of English lessons existing in Indonesian primary schools
Y Astutik, A Munir
Indonesian TESOL Journal 4 (1), 13-30, 2022
Content-based language teaching (CBLT) in ESP Courses in Indonesian higher education: A case study
M Muliati, S Dollah, S Baa
Indonesian TESOL Journal 4 (2), 2022
Linguistic Landscape: A Language Learning Media in An Underdeveloped Region
A Riadi, FW Warti
Indonesian TESOL Journal 3 (1), 46-67, 2021
An Arabic text as content in an Indonesian EFL setting: Trans-language
S Aini
Indonesian TESOL Journal 2 (2), 128-142, 2020
English as Medium of Instruction at Physics International Class Program: A Study of Students’ Perception
S Syakira
Indonesian TESOL Journal 2 (1), 15-28, 2020
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