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Name: Javad  Gholami
Institution: Urmia University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://urmia.academia.edu/JavadGholami
State and/or Country: Iran   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: BOOKS
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Teach Listening through Interactive Input Enhancement: Interactive focus on form and its role in EFL learners' listening comprehensionmore
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Anxiety Level, Interviewers' Gender & Interview Topic: Do they matter for EFL learners?more
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Incidental Focus on Form in Talk Show Classes: The Rate of Preemptive & Reactive Focus on Form, their Linguistic Coverage and Uptakemore
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EFL Teachers' Beliefs and Practices on Code-switching: From Mother Tongue to Other Tonguemore
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Pragmatic Knowledge and its Reflection in EFL Materials: Incorporation of Pragmatic Knowledge in High School English Textbooksmore
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Incidental Focus on Form and Uptake: A New Visage of Learner- and Teacher-initiated Preemptive Focus on Form and Uptake in EFL Classesmore
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Modified Output in Dyadic Interactions of Male and Female EFL Learners: Who benefits more? Males or Femalesmore
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Same Classes, Different Voices; Do Teachers Teach What Learners Want?: Correspondence Between Teachers' Teaching Preferences and Learners' Learning Preferencesmore
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Multimedia Annotations and Vocabulary Learning: Enriching EFL learners' vocabulary through still picture, dynamic picture, and written annotationsmore
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Incidental Focus on Form in English Language Teaching: Reactive and Preemptive Focus on Form Practices, and Uptake in EFL Classes (Paperback)more
PAPERS
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Book Review: Exploring English Language Teaching: Language in Actionmore
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The effects of task complexity on EFL learners' production: focusing on accuracy.more
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INCIDENTAL FOCUS ON FORM: DOES PROFICIENCY MATTER?more
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PREEMPTIVE LANGUAGE RELATED EPISODES, CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK, AND UPTAKE IN AN EFL CLASSmore
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Book Review Helen Basturkmen (2010), Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposesmore
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An investigation into the relationship between personality types and interpersonal problem solving styles with marital adjustment in the Married students at Islamic Azad Universitymore
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Measuring the Effectiveness of Preemptive Focus on Form through Uptake Sheetsmore
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The effects of implicit and explicit feedback on EFL learners’ grammatical accuracy; the case of regular past tense in Englishmore
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Lexical Complexity and Discourse Markers in Soft and Hard Science Articlesmore
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Modified output in EFL contextsmore
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Helen Basturkmen, Review of: Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes, Palgrave Macmillan, London (2010) 157 pp., ISBN: 978-0-230-22798 …more
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Interviewers' Gender and Interview Topic in Oral Examsmore
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Reactive and preemptive language related episodes and uptake in an EFL classmore
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Courses Taught: ESP
Methodology
Practicum
Discourse Analysis



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