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Technical ELT Books

[1]Hamidi, H., & Montazeri, M. (2014). Dictionary of second language acquisition. Available online at http://www.iranelt.com/index.php/introduction-to-sla.

[2]Hamidi, H., & Montazeri, M. (2015). Language syllabus design and curriculum development. Available online at http://www.iranelt.com/index.php/introduction-to-syllabus-design.

[3]Hamidi, H. (2015). Research in applied linguistics. Available online at http://iranelt.com/index.php/introduction-to-research-methods.

General ELT Books

[1] Hamidi, H., & Montazeri, M., & Hamidi, B. (2015). Titanic discussion bank (under process, 22 % complete).

[2] Hamidi, H., & Montazeri, M. (2015). 504 and 1100 vocabulary test bank (under process, 24 % complete).

Published Papers

SCOPUS ID: 56114823200

[1] Maftoon, P., Sarem, S. N., & Hamidi, H. (2012). A closer look at different aspects of language teaching/learning and learner identity. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 2 (6), 1160-1167.

[2] Safarali, S. K., & Hamidi, H. (2012). The impact of videos presenting speakers’ gestures and facial clues on Iranian EFL learners’ listening comprehension. International Journal of Applied Linguistics & English Literature, 1 (6), 106-114.

[3] Khatib, M., Sarem, S. N., & Hamidi, H . (2012). A critical look at the effect of teachers’ self efficacy on students’ academic success. Iranian EFL Journal, 8 (5), 295-306.

[4] Sarem, S. N., & Hamidi, H. (2012). A closer look at some reasons behind code-switching. ELT Voices, 2 (5), 90-102.    

[5] Mirzaee, S., & Hamidi, H. (2012). Critical discourse analysis and Fairclough's model. ELT Voices, 2 (5), 182-191.

[6]Sarem, S. N., & Hamidi, H. (2012). The proportional syllabus: A better alternative to the existing syllabus types in language curriculum design in EFL contexts. Advances in English Linguistics, 1 (3), 71-75.

[7] Sarem, S. N., & Hamidi, H. (2012). A Critical look at the available literature on the appropriate time to start approaching a second/foreign language. Advances in English Linguistics, 1 (4), 76-79.

[8] Maftoon, P., Hamidi, H., & Sarem, S. N. (2012). The effects of CALL on vocabulary learning: A case of Iranian intermediate EFL learners. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, 3 (4), 19-30.

[9] Khatib, M., Sarem, S. N., & Hamidi, H . (2013). Humanistic education: Concerns, implications and applications. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 4 (1), 45-51.

[10] Rezapanah, F., & Hamidi, H. (2013). Investigating the effects of word games on Iranian EFL learners' application of the words in writing paragraph essays. International Journal             of Applied Linguistics & English Literature, 2 (1), 35-43.

[11] Sarem, S. N., Hamidi, H., & Mahmoudie, R. (2013). A critical look at textbook evaluation: A case study of evaluating an ESP course-book: English for international tourism. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 4(2), 372-380.

[12] Montazeri, M., & Hamidi, H. (2013). A closer look at different dimensions of needs analysis in the field of ELT. ELT Voices, 3 (1), 104-111.

[13] Rahmani, Z., Alizadeh, A., & Hamidi, H. (2013). The specification of the position and relationship between heads and dependents in English NPs from government and binding perspective. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 4 (7), 1901-1908.

[14] Fahim, M., Hamidi, H., & Najafi, S. (2013). Investigating the role of teachers’ self-monitoring in the learners’ willingness to communicate: A case of Iranian EFL learners. Journal ofLanguage Teaching and Research, 4 (3), 624-63. doi:10.4304/jltr.4.3.624-635

[15] Montazeri, M., & Hamidi, H. (2013). A critical look at language teaching and communicative language teaching in India. TCC’s SAMIKSHA, An International Journal       of Multidisciplinary Academic Research, 1 (1), 5-8.

[16] Montazeri, M., & Hamidi, H. (2013). Application of CALL in language learning classrooms: Implications and concerns.ICT & Innovations in Education International Electronic Journal, 1 (2), 1-5.

[17] Rahmani, Z., Alizadeh, A., & Hamidi, H. (2014). Match or mismatch of the head parameters and comprehension of EFL learners. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 5 (1),          127-137. doi:10.4304/jltr.5.1.127-137

[18] Abdolmanafi-Rokni, S.J., Hamidi, H., & Gorgani, T. (2014). Investigating the relationship between emotional intelligence and language achievement: A case          of TEFL and Non-TEFL university students.International Journal of        Language Learning and Applied Linguistics World, 5 (3), 117-127.

[19] Hamidi, H., Montazeri, M., Razavi, S. A. A., & Aziznejad, G. (2014). Developing electronic language instructional materials. ICT & Innovations in Education International Electronic Journal, 2 (2), 27-37.

[20]Abdolmanafi-Rokni, S.J., Hamidi, H., & Ebadi, H. (2014). The role of emotional intelligence (management) in preventing negative emotions of EFL learners. International Journal of Basic Sciences & Applied Research, 3 (7), 376-380.

[21] Montazeri, M., Hamidi, H., Hamidi, B., & Yaghoobi, J. (2014). The localist and the distributed models of connectionism. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Language Research, 1 (2), 27-33.

[22]Abdolmanafi-Rokni, S.J., Hamidi, H. (2014). Hypermedia in an EFL context: The impact on speaking and motivation. Journal of Language and Translation, 4 (2), 13-24.

[23] Montazeri, M., Hamidi, H., & Hamidi, B. (2015). A closer look at different aspects of private speech in SLA. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 5 (3), 478-484.

[24] Hamidi, H., Montazeri, M., Alizadeh, K., & Rezaie, J. (2015). A comparative evaluation and analysis of two general English textbooks: Four Corners 1 vs. Top Notch Fundamentals A. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 5 (6),1192-1199. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17507/tpls.0506.10.

[25] Montazeri, M., Fekri, N., & Hamidi, H. (2015). Negotiated syllabus: A realization of learner autonomy. Journal of Language Teaching: Theory and Practice, 1 (1), 9-14.

[26] Hamidi, H., Bagheri, M, Sarinavaee, M., & Seyyedpour, A. (2016, in press). An evaluation of two   general English textbooks: New Interchange 2 vs. Four Corners 3. Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 7 (2).

[27] Montazeri, M., Hamidi, H., & Fekri, N. (2015). From motivation to learn to motivation to speak. Language Education Studies,1 (1), 14-20.

[28]Hamidi, H., & Khatib, M. (2017, in press). Looking for a better alternative in the era of alternative assessment: Emersion of hybrid assessment. South African Journal of Linguistics.

[29] Hamidi, H., & Khatib, M. (2017, in press). Investigating the effect of hybrid assessment on the teaching capital of Iranian EFL teachers. Journal of Teaching Language Skills.

Master’s Thesis Supervisor (arranged chronologically)

  1. The effect of interventionist vs. interactionist dynamic assessment on Iranian EFL learners’ self-efficacy and motivation (by Maedeh Akbari, Summer 2015).
  2. The relationship between intelligence and reading comprehension skills among Iranian EFL learners in an intensive English course (by Leila Rostamkola’ee, Summer 2015).
  3. The relationship between meta-cognitive strategies and listening comprehension strategy awareness of Iranian upper- intermediate EFL learners across gender (by Fatemeh Rezapour, Summer 2015).
  4. The effect of teachers’ caring habits and deadly habits (Choice Theory) on the teachers’ self-efficacy andlearners’ willingness to communicate (by Zohreh Assadi, Winter 2016).
  5. Investigating the effect of sentence reading vs. sentence writing on vocabulary learning of Iranian intermediate EFL learners (by Soori Mahmoodi, Winter 2016)
  6. The effect of implementing problem-solving tasks on speaking fluency improvement of Iranian upper-intermediate EFL learners (by Seyyed Abbas Moosavi, Winter 2016)

Master’s Thesis Advisor (arranged chronologically)

  1. The relationship between strategy awareness and attitude in reading comprehension of Iranian intermediate EFL learners (by Elaheh Motaghedi, Summer 2015).
  2. The effect of teacher-centered vs. learner-centered classrooms on Iranian intermediate EFL learners’ willingness to communicate (by Donya Khajevand, Summer 2015).
  3. The relationship among listening anxiety, listening comprehension strategies, and listening performance of Iranian intermediate EFL learners (by Fatemeh Mohammadi, Summer 2015).
  4. The relationship among students’ anxiety, willingness to communicate, and oral production (by Hedieh Nikbin, Summer 2015).
  5. The relationship among language learning attitude, autonomy, and self-efficacy of Iranian intermediate EFL learners (by Kouhyar Hosseini, Summer 2015).
  6. The effect of nonverbal communication on Iranian EFL learners’ vocabulary acquisition and WTC (by Sima Azizi, Winter 2016)
  7. On the effects of applying different types of contextual clues on EFL learners' phrasal verb immediate and delayed retrieval (by Behdad Esmaeeli, Winter 2016)
  8. The relationship among reflectiveness, self-efficacy, and classroom management of Iranian intermediate EFL teachers (by Homa Shirmohammadi, Winter 2016)
  9. A comparative investigation of the effect of metalinguistic versus clarification request feedbacks on Iranian intermediate EFL learners' writing accuracy (by Meysam Mohammadi, Winter 2016)

Cooperation with Journals

1. Iranian coordinator of TPLS journal, Academy Publication, UK:

http://www.academypublication.com/tpls/

2. Iranian coordinator of JLTR journal, Academy Publication, UK:

http://www.academypublication.com/jltr/

3. Editor and reviewer, ELT Voice journal, India:

http://eltvoices.in/about

4. Reviewer, World Science Publisher, United States:

www.worldsciencepublisher.org

5. Guest editor, 2012, IJLLALW: www.languagelearningworld.org

6. Reviewer, TJEAS journal, Turkey: www.tjeas.com

7. Reviewer, IRJABS, ISC journal, Bangeladesh: www.irjabs.com

8. Reviewer, European Journal of Language, Linguistics and Literature, UK: http://www.journalsgate.com

9. Reviewer, European Journal of Educational Sceinces, United Kingdom: http://www.ejes.eu/

10. Editor and Reviewer, ictejournal, India: http://ictejournal.com

11. Reviewer, Southern African Linguistics & Applied Language Studies, South Africa, ISI-Indexed journal, www.nisc.co.za/journals?id=9

12. Editor and reviewer, Journal of Language Teaching: Theory and Practice, Iran: http://jlttp.ir

13. Editor-in-chief, journal of “Language Education Studies”. www.langes.ir

Conference Referee

1. Sceintific Referee, ELTIS-Conference, India (2012).

2. Sceintific Referee, National Conference in Teaching English, Literature, and Translation, Shiraz, Iran (2013).

3. Sceintific Referee, Reflecting on the Current Practice and Future Directions of ELT in Iranian Schools, Farhangian University, Sari, Iran (2016).

4. Sceintific committee and reviewer, Annual Conference on Recent Research in English Language Teaching. Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran (2017)

5. Head of the executive committee and reviewer, National Conference on Language Education Studies. Khazar Institute of Higher Education, Mahmoudabad, Iran (2017)

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