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. McDonough, Kim, and Sunitham, W., 2009, Collaborative Dialogue Between Thai EFL Learners During Self-Access Computer Activities, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 2, pp. 231-254.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 48
Instruments: Task/ activity, Test, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - learners' dialogues were analysed in terms of the occurrence and resolution of the language related episodes (LREs)
- transcripts of the learners' oral performance test were scored and analysed
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collaborative activity, self-access, computer activity, dialogue, LREs

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. Lai, Y.-C., 2009, Language Learning Strategy Use and English Proficiency of University Freshmen in Taiwan, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 2, pp. 255-280.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 418
Instruments: Test, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - mean scores
- ANOVA
- Sceffe posthoc test
- chi-square test
Other aspects: Strategy Inventory for Language Learning (SILL)
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Keywords:
learning strategy, proficiency, SILL

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. Hamid, M. O., Sussex, R., and Khan, A., 2009, Private Tutoring in English for Secondary School Students in Bangladesh, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 2, pp. 281-308.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 228
Instruments: Questionnaire, Test, Document, Interview
Method of analysis: Mixed-method: descriptive statistics, chi-square test, content analysis
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private tutoring, tutor, ESL

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. Butler, Y.G., 2009, How Do Teachers Observe and Evaluate Elementary School Students' Foreign Language Performance? A Case Study from South Korea, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 3, pp. 417-444.
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Type of subjects/data: teacher
No. of subjects/data: 49
Instruments: Video recordings, Rating scale, Task/ activity, Discussion
Method of analysis: - quantitative analysis: frequency, ANOVA
- qualitative analysis: transcripts of group discussion were analysed
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Keywords:
evaluation, language performance, assessment, criteria, teachers' beliefs

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. Ishihara, N., 2009, Teacher-Based Assessment for Foreign Language Pragmatics, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 3, pp. 445-470.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 71
Instruments: Written report/ paper, Rating scale, Task/ activity, Observation
Method of analysis: teachers' field notes, and data from each assessment instrument and each learner were analysed seperately (cross-case analysis)
Other aspects: assessment instruments
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Keywords:
pragmatic skills, pragmatics, foreign language pragmatics, pragmatic competence, assessing pragmatics

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. Xu, Y. and Liu, Y., 2009, Teacher Assessment Knowledge and Practice: A Narrative Inquiry of a Chinese College EFL Teacher's Experience, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 3, pp. 493-513.
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Type of subjects/data: teacher
No. of subjects/data: 1
Instruments: Interview, Discussion, Journal/diary
Method of analysis: - narrative inquiry was analysed
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Keywords:
assessment, teachers' assessment knowledge, teacher knowledge, professional knowledge

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. Baker, W., 2009, The Cultures of English as a Lingua Franca, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 4, pp. 567-592.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 7
Instruments: Interview, Audio-recordings, Video recordings
Method of analysis: conversations between participants and interview data were analysed
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Keywords:
culture, English as a lingual franca (ELF), intercultural communication

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. Kubota, R. and McKay, S., 2009, Globalization and Language Learning in Rural Japan: The Role of English in the Local Linguistic Ecology, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 4, pp. 593-619.
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Type of subjects/data: [teacher, student], public report of a community survey
No. of subjects/data: 5, N/A
Instruments: Document, Interview
Method of analysis: a report of a community survey and interview data were analysed
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ELF, globalization, internationalization

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. Han, H., 2009, Institutionalized Inclusion: A Case Study on Support for Immigrants in English Learning, TESOL Quarterly, Volume 43, Number 4, pp. 643-668.
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Type of subjects/data: immigrants
No. of subjects/data: 2
Instruments: Interview, Observation
Method of analysis: - interactional sociolinguistic analysis (Gumperz, 1999)
- critical discourse analysis (Cameron, 2001)
Other aspects: - legitimate peripheral participation (LPP)
- region and stage
- social capital
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globalization, LPP, church community, immigrants

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. Planken, B., van Meurs, F. and Radlinska, A. 2010. The effects of the use of English in Polish product advertisements: Implications for English for business purposes. English for Specific Purposes, 29(4), 225-242.
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Type of subjects/data: young educated Polish women (female university students)
No. of subjects/data: 62
Instruments: Text/ text book, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - perception of product/brand image, attitudes towards the advertisement, purchasing intention, degree of comprehension were measured using: t-tests, Chi-square
- responses to open-ended questions were analysed
Other aspects: - Cohen's kappa: inter-rater reliability analyses for open-ended questions
- Cronbach's alpha: reliability analyses for multi-item scales (questionnaire)
- effect size (eta squared for t-tests, phi for chi-square tests)
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English for Business purposes; International advertising; Attitudes; Brand image; Purchasing intent; Comprehension

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