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مدارک علمی دانشگاهی

2005 – 2010: PhD in TEFL, Trabiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran.

2003 – 2005: MA in TEFL, Trabiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. GPA: 18.05 out of 20.

1999 – 2003: BA in English Language and Literature, UrmiaUniversityUrmia, Iran. GPA: 19.43 out of 20. 

 دوره های تخصصی گذرانده

February 2012: Introduction to Rasch Measurement with Winsteps (one day), Tehran University, Tehran, Iran.  

November 2005: Workshop on Improving Skills in Translating Scientific Texts (two days), Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran.

December 2005: Workshop on Materials Development (one week), Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran 

کتاب های چاپ شده

Jalali, S. (2012). General English (for MA/MS Entrance Exam). Tehran, Iran: National Organization of Educational Testing Press.  

Salehi, S. M. & Jalali, S. (2012). An introduction to Islamic ideology. Urmia, Iran: Urmia University.

,Jalali S. (2011). Item Response Theory: and its Applications to Differential Item Functioning, Item Banking, and Computer Adaptive Testing in TEFL. Germany: Lambert Publications (LAP). 

مقالات چاپ شده در کتاب ها

Jalali, S. & Ghaznavi, N. (2013). Emails and Their Effects on Written Communication and Autonomy. In Tafazoli, D. & Chirimbu, S. C. (Eds.) Language & technology: CALL. Tehran, Iran: Khate Sefid Press, 122-131.

 

Jalali, S., Panahzade, V. & Firouzmand, A. (2013). Computer Integration into EFL Classes: Iranian Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitude. In Tafazoli, D. & Chirimbu, S. C. (Eds.) Language & technology: CALL. Tehran, Iran: Khate Sefid Press, 283-293.    

مقالات چاپ شده در مجلات علمی- پژوهشی

Jalali, S. & Samadi, M. (2013). Learning preferences of students attending and not attending language institutes. Journal of Language and Literature Education, 2/7, 1-12.

 

Ardebili, M. & Jalali, S. (2013). The perceptions of Iranian EFL learners towards computer-assisted language learning. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 3/2, 199-220.

 

Jalali, S. & Dousti, M. (2012). Vocabulary and grammar gain through computer educational Games. GEMA Online™ Journal of Language Studies, 12/4, 1077-1088.

 

Jalali, S. (2012). The effects of the types of TOEFL (P&P vs. CBT) and computer anxiety level on Iranian EFL learners' performance on TOEFL. Sheikhbahaee EFL Journal, 1/2, 35-58.

 

Jalali, S. & Neiriz, A. (2012). Computer-based versus traditional L1 and L2 glosses. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences (IJPSS), 2/9, 188-217.

Azizifard, F. & Jalali, S. (2012). Context and humor in teaching language functions. Theory and Practice in Language Studies (TPLS), 2/6, 1191-1198.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2009). Theoretical and practical comparison of Classical Test Theory and Item-Response Theory. Iranian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL), 12/1, 167-197.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2008). The effect of visual advance organizer and types of passages on EFL learners' listening comprehension. The Journal of Applied Linguistics (Tabriz, IAU), 1/2, 99-116.

Ghafar Samar, R. &  Jalali, S. (2008). The acquisition of negation in English as L3. Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELL), 2/7, 23-40.

Jalali, S. (2007). The Natural Approach. ROSHD Foreign Language Teaching Journal (FLT), 21/83, 34-40.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2006). Relationship between modality, types of passages, and performance of advanced EFL learners on listening comprehension tests. Iranian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJAL), 9/2, 79-99.

Mirhassani, S. A. & Jalali, S. (2006). EFL learners and reading comprehension materials. ROSHD Foreign Language Teaching Journal (FLT), 21/81, 21-27.

مقالات ارائه شده در سمینارها و کنفرانس های علمی

Jalali, S., Zeinali, M. & Nobakht, A. (2013). The effect of goal orientation on EFL learners’ performances in CBT and PBT, across gender. International Conference on Current Trends in ELT, 20-22 May, Urmia, Iran.

 

Jalali, S., Panahzade, V. & Firouzmand, A. (2013). Attitude toward computers and classroom management in Iranian language institute teachers. International Conference on Current Trends in ELT, 20-22 May, Urmia, Iran.

 

Jalali, S. & Ardebili, M. (2013). The perceptions of Iranian EFL learners toward computer-assisted language learning. International Conference on Current Trends in ELT, 20-22 May, Urmia, Iran.

 

Jalali, S. & Pouresmaiel, A. (2013). Teachers’ attitudes towards teaching grammar in an EFL context. The 4th International ELT Students Conference, 6-8 May, Adana, Turkey.

 

Jalali, S., Tamimi, S. H. & Omrani, P. (2013). Follow-up moves in compliment IRF: A comparison between native and non-native speakers of English. National Conference on Language, Teaching and Literature, 2 May, Malayer, Iran.  

 

Ardebili, M. & Jalali, S. (2012). Computer-assisted language learning: Attitudes of Iranian EFL learners. The 3rd Black Sea ELT Conference, 15-17 November, Samsun, Turkey.  

 

Jalali, S. & Moshkabadi Pir, N. (2012). Needs analysis for an EAP course in educational sciences. 1st Conference on English Language Studies, 30-31 October, Tabriz, Iran.

Jalali, S., Panahzadeh, V. & Firouzmand, A. (2012). Computer Integration into EFL Classes: Iranian Pre-service Teachers Attitude. The 1st Conference on Language Learning and Teaching: An Interdisciplinary Approach (LLT-IA), 30-31 October, Mashhad, Iran.

Alizadeh, V. & Jalali, S. (2012). Burnout among Iranian EFL learners. The 10th International TELLSI Conference, 16-19 October, Tehran, Iran.

Mehdipoor, Z. & Jalali, S. (2012). Learners’ autonomy level and learning styles of Iranian male and female EFL learners: Relationships and differences. The 10th International TELLSI Conference, 16-19 October, Tehran, Iran.

Jalali, S. & Dusti, M. (2012). CALL technology in Iranian context: The effectiveness of computer games in elementary learners’ vocabulary and grammar gain. 1st Interdisciplinary Conference on Art, Language and Technology (ICALT), 18-20 July, Mashhad, Iran.  

Jalali, S. & Neiriz, A. (2012). Computer-based versus traditional L1 and L2 glosses. 6th Conference on Issues in English Language Teaching in Iran, 22-23 February, Tehran, Iran.

Jalali, S. & Ghaznavi, N. (2011). The effect of email on improving EFL learners’ written communication and autonomy. International Conference on Languages, Literature and Linguistics, 28-30 December, Dubai.

Jalali, S. & Abdeli, S. (2011). The investigation of Iranian EFL university teachers’ and students’ preferences for different types of written feedback. International Conference on Languages, Literature and Linguistics, 28-30 December, Dubai.

Jalali, S. & Azizifard, F. (2011). The effect of contextualized language functions and using humor on learning language functions. The 9th International TELLSI Conference, 12-14 October, Ilam, Iran. 

Jalali, S. (2009). Detecting differential item functioning through three DIF procedures: IRT, MH, and Logistic Regression. The 7th International TELLSI Conference, 20-22 October, Yazd, Iran.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2009). Detecting differential item functioning through two DIF procedures: IRT and Logistic Regression. International Language Assessment Conference in Armenia (ILACA), 1-4 July, Yerevan, Armenia.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2008). Classical Test Theory vs. Item-Response Theory: Theoretical and practical perspectives. The 6th International  TELLSI Conference, 8-9 October, Guilan, Iran.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2008). Item-Response Theory: A stage by stage orientation to the theory and practice through Bilog. The 6th International  TELLSI Conference, 8-9 October, Guilan, Iran.

Akbari, R. & Jalali, S. (2007). Target vs. native cultural content in EFL reading passages. The 5th Asia TEFL International Conference, 8-10 June, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  

Ghafar Samar, R. &  Jalali, S. (2007). Acquisition of adjectives in English as L3. The 7th Iranian Conference on Linguistics, Tehran. Iran.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2007). The relationship among the types of the TOEFL (P&P vs. CBT), anxiety level of participants, and their performance on the TOEFL. The 4th International  TELLSI Conference, 9 February, Shiraz, Iran.

Ghafar Samar, R. &  Jalali, S. (2006). Reactions of EFL learners towards gender bias in EFL materials. The 4th International Gender and Language Association (IGALA): International Perspectives on Gender, 8-10 November, Valencia, Spain.

Kiany, G. R. & Jalali, S. (2006). The relationship among the modality of listening passages, the presence of visual advance organizers, and Iranian advanced EFL learners' performance on listening comprehension tests. The 3rd International  TELLSI Conference, 2-3 February, Kermanshah, Iran.

Ghafar Samar, R. &  Jalali, S. (2005). The acquisition of negation in English as L3. The 2nd International  TELLSI Conference, 2-3 February, Tehran, Iran.  

Jalali, S. (2005). The study of Persian modal verbs among male and female university students. Australian Linguistic Society's Conference (ALS), 28-30 September, Victoria, Australia.