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Volume 16(2); Jul 2015
Articles
Look it up: Phrasal Verbs in The Simpsons
Eoin Daly, Hubert H Pak
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):19-33.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Teaching Lexical Collocation (Adjective + Noun and Verb + Noun) Using Scent of a Woman
David Byung-Chul Kim
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):35-51.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Corpus-based Analysis of Swearwords in American Soap Operas
Myongsu Park
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):53-66.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Movies, Speech Communities: A Study Focused on Technical Terms from The Blacklist
Yoon-Ah Rho
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):67-85.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Inspiring Teachers and Learners in Cinema English Class Using TED Talks, The Last Lecture and Tuesdays with Morrie
Eun-mi Seo
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):87-101.   Published online July 30, 2015
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The Effects of Dictogloss on English Language Skills and Learning Satisfactions at a University Level
Bong-Gyu Kim
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):137-156.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Multimedia Application in the College Classroom for Autonomous Language Learning
Hyun-Ju Kim
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):157-173.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Low Barriers, but Who Is Being Prepared? Secondary English Student Teachers and Multimedia Literacies
Nicole R Olcese
J Eng Tech Movie Media. 2015;16(2):175-190.   Published online July 30, 2015
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Journal of English
Teaching through
Movies and Media

Print ISSN: 1598-1002
Online ISSN: 2765-7078

  • 1,565 The Juku Online Writing System as an Interactive College English Writing Instructional Tool in China
    661 A Study on Instructed MWEs With Reference to the Movie After
    451 The Significance of EFL Learners’ Criteria Awareness of Task-Based Language Teaching
    628 A Case Study on Reading Aloud Using English TV News
    414 Integration of Content Instruction and Language Instruction in the Movie English Classroom: On the Basis of Embodiment, Image Schemas, and Metaphors

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