Creative Education

Volume 8, Issue 5 (April 2017)

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The Dense Use of Lexicalization in Dialogues by EFL Students at Jordan University-Aqaba

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DOI: 10.4236/ce.2017.85052    883 Downloads   1,322 Views  

ABSTRACT

This qualitative and quantitative analysis, researching language and social interaction, is one of its kinds, to examine the current ESL pedagogical strategies in native and residential Jordanian college students. It uses lexicalization in spoken dialogues produced by English language and literature students at the Department of English Language and Literature at Jordan University/Aqaba branch. It includes 30 participants selected randomly. The study uses Hoey’s (1991) Matrix of Lexical Cohesion and a Semi-structured Interview to collect data from the participants. The findings indicated that the density of lexicalization has a significant contribution in the creation of cohesion of the spoken dialogues. This research recommends that further research be conducted to investigate other types of spoken dialogues

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Al-Awabdeh, A. and Abdo, I. (2017) The Dense Use of Lexicalization in Dialogues by EFL Students at Jordan University-Aqaba. Creative Education, 8, 671-677. doi: 10.4236/ce.2017.85052.

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