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A Matter of Controversy: Teaching New L2 Words in Semantic Sets or Unrelated Sets
The relevant literature reveals no consensus on whether new vocabulary items should be presented in semantic or semantically-unrelated sets in L2 classrooms. Actually, there is an excessive amount of research evidence on ...
Students learn English idioms through WhatsApp: Extensive use of smartphones
This study aims at investigating the effect of WhatsApp on teaching English idioms to EFL students. The data were collected from 33 B1 level students. The researchers provided the students with three idioms per week for ...
A STUDY ON ELITE WRESTLERS: WEIGHT LOSS AND DEPRESSION5
Güreş gibi yarışma öncesi müsabaka tartısı yapılan sıklet sporlarında, sporcular genellikle hızlı ağırlık kayıpları gerçekleştirmektedirler. Hızlı ağırlık kayıplarını sauna, sıvı ve besin kısıtlaması yaparak gerçekleştiren ...
COMMON AND BRANCH-SPECIFIC NEEDS OF TURKISH TEACHERS ABOUT IN-SERVICE TRAINING COURSES WITHIN THE SCOPE OF FATIH PROJECT
FATIH Project is regarded as one of the most inclusive ICT integration attempts in the history of Turkish education. This nation-wide project entails equipping each classroom with an interactive whiteboard and supplying ...
THE EFFECTS OF CLUSTERING NEW WORDS IN SEMANTIC, THEMATIC OR UNRELATED SETS IN TEACHING VOCABULARY TO EFL LEARNERS
Whether new vocabulary items should be taught in semantic, thematic or unrelated sets is a controversial issue in L2 lexical research. Although many studies suggest that presenting L2 words simultaneously in semantic sets ...