Dr. Ataollah  Maleki

Dr. Ataollah Maleki

Professor
Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Zanjan, Iran


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from Islamic Azad University, Parand, Iran

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Area of Interest:

Social Sciences
100%
English as a Foreign Language
62%
English Linguistics
90%
Language Learning and Teaching
75%
English Literature
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Zahiri, T., B. Sadeghi and A. Maleki, 2015. Strategies and errors in translating tourism brochures: The case of EFL learners. Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 36: 2766-2785.
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  2. Maleki, A. and T. Ahmadlou, 2015. The relationship between EFL teachers’ ideality and EFL learners’ achievement. Modern J. Lang. Teach. Methods, 5: 211-221.
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  3. Cekiso, M., B. Tshotsho and R. Masha, 2015. English language proficiency as a predictor of academic achievement among primary English first additional language learners in South Africa. Int. J. Edu. Sci., 9: 325-333.
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  4. Abdollahi, A., R. Rahmany and A. Maleki, 2015. The effect of intra-sentential, inter-sentential and tag-sentential switching on teaching grammar. Cumhuriyet Univ. Faculty Sci. Sci., J., 36: 847-868.
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  5. Maleki, A., F. Mollaee and R. Khosravi, 2014. A content evaluation of Iranian pre-university ELT textbook. Theory Pract. Lang. Stud., 4: 995-1000.
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  6. Maleki, A. and E. Eslami, 2013. The effects of written corrective feedback techniques on EFL students’ control over grammatical construction of their written English. Theory Pract. Lang. Stud., 3: 1250-1257.
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  7. Sajjadi, S., M. Ahmadi, H. Yazdani and A. Maleki, 2012. Facilitating textually assisted listening comprehension. J. Applied Sci., 12: 1825-1831.
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  8. Sajjadi, S., H. Yazdani, M.R. Sohrabi and A. Maleki, 2012. The effect of text and picture accompaniments to audio materials on comprehension level and response time of EFL learners. J. Applied Sci., 12: 1891-1899.
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  9. Maleki, A. and S. Sajjadi, 2012. The role of non-linear methods in teaching English for medicine: Example of storytelling. J. Applied Sci., 12: 1972-1977.
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  10. Maleki, A. and M. Kazemi, 2012. The evaluation and comparison of two most widely used textbooks for teaching English to the Iranian students of medicine. Iranian EFL J., 7: 70-93.
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  11. Maleki, A., 2011. The presence of Turkish accent in the Iranian Turkish speaking people’s Farsi contrasted with its absence in their speaking English: Minimal overwhelms maximal bilingualism. J. Lang. Teach. Res., 2: 201-211.
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  12. Maleki, A. and M.S. Rad, 2011. The effect of visual and textual accompaniments to verbal stimuli on the listening comprehension test performance of Iranian high and low proficient EFL learners. Theory Pract. Lang. Stud., 1: 28-36.
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  13. Maleki, A., 2009. Techniques to teach communication strategies. J. Med. Edu. Dev., 1: 43-46.
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  14. Maleki, A., 2009. A comparative study of the grammar-translation method and the communicative method of teaching English: Impact and outcome. J. Med. Edu. Dev., 2: 39-46.
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  15. Maleki, A., 2008. ESP Teaching: A Matter of Controversy. ESP World. .
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  16. Sokhanvar, S. and A. Maleki, 2007. Blood uric acid levels according to cardiovascular disease risk factors in patients with myocardial infarction. Iranian Heart J., 8: 43-45.
  17. Maleki, A., and E. Zangani, 2007. A survey on the relationship between English language proficiency and the academic achievement of Iranian EFL students. Asian EFL J., 9: 86-96.
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  18. Maleki, A., 2007. Teachability of communication strategies: An Iranian experience. System, 35: 583-594.
  19. Maleki, A., 2006. The impact of the head-initial/head-final parameter on reading english as a foreign language: A hindering or a facilitating factor? Reading Matrix, 6: 154-169.
  20. Maleki, A., 2005. A new approach to teaching English as a foreign language: The bottom-up approach. Asian EFL J., 3: 127-135.
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