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Volume 18(3); Aug 2017
Articles
Cross-Cultural Competence: Examining EFL Students’ Views of U.S. Holiday Culture Through Film
Andrea Rakushin Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):1-27.   Published online August 30, 2017
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The Effects of Teaching Formulaic Language on EFL Vocabulary Learning
Sehee Oh
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):29-49.   Published online August 30, 2017
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An Investigation Into the Collocations of the English Subtitles of Korean Movies
Myongsu Park
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):51-69.   Published online August 30, 2017
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Using the Korean Translation of Disney’s Mulan to Learn About Cross-Cultural Awareness
Hyunjin Ryoo, Sung-Eun Cho
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):71-97.   Published online August 30, 2017
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A development plan for a screen English learning system through 3D augmented reality
Dong Han Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):99-117.   Published online August 30, 2017
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The role of specialized vocabulary in movies: With reference to the movie The Thomas Crown affair.
Jawon Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):119-135.   Published online August 30, 2017
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A study on the receptive-productive vocabulary distinction using the American TV drama, The good wife.
Ji-Hyun Lee
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):137-156.   Published online August 30, 2017
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Impact of a Mobile-Assisted Project-Based Learning Program on Linguistic and Transferable Skills
Eun-Young Kwon
J Eng Teach Movie Media. 2017;18(3):157-184.   Published online August 30, 2017
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Journal of English
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    2,894 A Study on Middle School Students’ Perceptions on Remote English Learning During COVID-19
    1,200 Student Perceptions of the Fairness of Video Presentation Grading in the Online EFL Classroom

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