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Volume 16(1); Mar 2015
Articles
A Study of Cross-Gender Conversational Styles Reflected in Love Actually
Yongson Choi
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):1-21.   Published online March 30, 2015
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Lexical Demand of Animation Movies and Vocabulary Learning Through Watching Them: A Corpus-Driven Approach
Shinwoong Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):23-47.   Published online March 30, 2015
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Use of Movies for Young English Language Learners in School Education
Hiroko Miura
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):49-63.   Published online March 30, 2015
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The effects of listening strategy training on EFL learners
Dongkyoo Kim
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):65-84.   Published online March 30, 2015
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A study of English writing and assessment using a movie:Based on a class procedure and assessment activity
Hye-Jeong Kim
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):85-109.   Published online March 30, 2015
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A study on address terms in American English: With particular reference to addressing in FN 1 addressing in Along came Polly
Jong-seok Ok
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):111-132.   Published online March 30, 2015
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Mitigating Plagiarism With English Language Learners Through Collaborative Writing Programs:A Review of the Literature
Jason Fuqua, Hannah R. Gerber, Nancy K Vottenler
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):153-169.   Published online March 30, 2015
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Critical Evaluation of a Smartphone Movie Project for University Students
Wyk Koot Van
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(1):191-216.   Published online March 30, 2015
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Journal of English
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Movies and Media

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    3,394 Polysemous Words in English Movies, Learning Obstacles or Gifted Talent?
    2,893 A Study on Middle School Students’ Perceptions on Remote English Learning During COVID-19
    1,199 Student Perceptions of the Fairness of Video Presentation Grading in the Online EFL Classroom

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