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Volume 16(4); Nov 2015
Articles
The Power of Nonverbal Chunks in Language Teaching
Jeff Berglund
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):1-23.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Using a Popular TV Comedy Series in Teaching English:Focusing on Frasier
Sunmee Chang
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):25-50.   Published online November 30, 2015
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A Study of the Meaning of Memorization Using Movie Material: The American TV Series, Forever, Season 1, Episode 1
Mijin Im
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):51-66.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Arendt Meets Malamud on the Bridge Called the Banality of Thoughtlessness
Geon-Geun Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):67-81.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Integration of English Education with English Literature:The Chronicles of Narnia 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Jawon Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):83-102.   Published online November 30, 2015
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How to Use Genre-Based in the Foreign Language Classroom: With Reference to the American TV Series, Forever, Season 1, Episode 2
YunJoon Jason Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):103-121.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Cultural and Situational Influences on Learner/Teacher Beliefs: Effects of Subtitles Using CSI: Miami
Hubert H. Pak
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):123-140.   Published online November 30, 2015
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A Study of Developing Online Supplementary Materials for High School Basic English
Kyungsuk Chang, Byeongcheon Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):141-160.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Using Mobile Messaging Applications to Improve TOEFL Speaking Test Performance
Eoin Daly, Sangdon Yoon
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):161-177.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Finding Your Voice: Introducing the Drama Method in the Classroom
William Figoni, Makoto Imura
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):179-195.   Published online November 30, 2015
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The Effects of Flipped Learning on Middle Level of College Students’ Essay Performance
Lim Ju-young
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):197-214.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Public Speeches with Competent Speakers: Speech Pauses, Head Movements, and Lexical Choices
Yuko Yamashita, Miharu Fuyuno
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2015;16(4):215-231.   Published online November 30, 2015
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Journal of English
Teaching through
Movies and Media

Online ISSN: 2765-7078

  • 20,179 A Case Study on Reading Aloud Using English TV News
    4,103 Student Insights Related to the Use of Simultaneous Speech Translation for Video Lectures in a University English Course
    3,395 Polysemous Words in English Movies, Learning Obstacles or Gifted Talent?
    2,894 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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