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      Subject
      Feedback, Oral feedback, Teachers, Learners, Private schools, Use, EFL Classes. [1]
      Female African literature/ patriarchy/ Immanence/ transcendence/ women/ men/independence [1]
      Formative Assessment, the literature module, third year EFL students, Heidi Andrade and Gregory J.Cizek’s framework, UMMTO. [1]
      Formative assessment, writing skill, FA strategies. [1]
      Formative Assessment, writing skill. Haines’ sandwich approach. Westwood’s techniques, secondary schools. [2]
      games, learners’ motivation, learners’ interaction and communication, learning through experience. [1]
      gender, stereotypes, semiotic resources, advertisement, visual, discourse, ideology. [1]
      Genre analysis, Moves, Functional grammar, Cohesion, Coherence, Master dissertation [1]
      Genre, genre analysis, moves, move analysis, abstracts, introductions, conclusions, Master Dissertations. [1]
      Grammar, Form, Meaning, Use, Inductive approach, Deductive approach, New Prospects, Teachers and Learners. [1]
      Grammar, Grammar Dimensions, Testing, Context [1]
      Grammatical Errors, Error Analysis, Exam Compositions, Mixed Method. [1]
      higher-level students, enrichment activities, differentiated instruction [1]
      Ibn Tufayl, Daniel Defoe, Journey, Spiritual Quest, Influence [1]
      Ideology, Identity Crisis ,Violence, Discrimination,. L.Althusser,F.Fanon [1]
      Inductive Approach, Writing Skill, Decco’s Modalities. [1]
      Inductive Method,Attitudes,Socio Constructivism, Cognition, Feedback. [1]
      Instructional Objectives, Instruction, the Teaching-Learning process, At the Crossroads, Time Flexible Principle, Achievability Principle, learners, teachers, Mastery Learning. [1]
      Intellectual skills, Significant Learning Experience, Fink’s Taxonomy, English File Upper-intermediate Students’ Book. [1]
      international day (8th of March), El Khabar, El Watan, The New York Times, The Guardian, Visual Grammar, Critical Discourse Analysis, the Socio-semantic Inventory. [1]