Book chapters
                                    

REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS

A.Published Chapters in Refereed Books

Al-Mahrooqi, R. & Denman, C. (2015). Introduction. In R. Al-Mahrooqi, & Denman, C, Issues in English education in the Arab World (pp. 1-5). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (UK).

Al-Mahrooqi, R., Denman, C., & Ateeq, B. (2015). Adaptation and first-year university students in the Sultanate of Oman. In R. Al-Mahrooqi, & Denman, C, Issues in English education in the Arab World (pp. 1-5). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (UK).

Al-Mahrooqi, R., Denman, C., & Al-Maamari, F. (2015). Checklist analysis of Oman’s Basic Education EFL textbook series. In R. Al-Mahrooqi, & Denman, C, Issues in English education in the Arab World (pp. 1-5). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (UK).

Al-Mahrooqi, R. & Naqvi, S. (2014). Fostering EFL students' language development via student-created digital videos. In R. Al-Mahrooqi and S. Troudi, Using technology in foreign language teaching (pp.215-234). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2014). Introduction: Focusing on EFL reading: Theory and practice. In R. Al-Mahrooqi & A. Roscoe (Eds.), Focusing on EFL reading: Theory and practice (pp. viii-xvi). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. London, UK.

Risse, M. & Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2014).Selecting the right literary texts for Middle Eastern students: Challenges, reactions and possible solutions. In R. Al-Mahrooqi & A. Roscoe (Eds.), Focusing on EFL reading: Theory and practice (pp. 165-188). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. London, UK.

Thakur, V. & Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2014). Beyond mere textual understanding: A skeptical approach to reading. In R. Al-Mahrooqi, & A. Roscoe (Eds.), Focusing on EFL reading: Theory and practice (pp. 298-308). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. London, UK.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2013). Teaching communication through negotiating native and foreign language cultures in the reading and literature classrooms. In R. Al-Mahrooqi and A. Roscoe (Eds.), Literature Teaching in the EFL Context: New Perspectives (pp.181-193). Al-Khoudh: SQU’s Academic Publication Board.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. & Lonie, C. (2013). Practical ways of using literature in the classroom. In R. Al-Mahrooqi and A. Roscoe (Eds.). Literature Teaching in the EFL Context: New Perspectives (pp.194-202). Al-Khoudh: SQU’s Academic Publication Board.

Al-Masroori, M. and Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2013). Attitudes towards role play use in the Omani EFL classroom. In R. Al-Mahrooqi and A. Roscoe (Eds.), Literature Teaching in the EFL Context: New Perspectives (pp.82-98). Al-Khoudh: SQU’s Academic Publication Board.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. and Sultana, T. (2013). FL attrition among Omani teachers of English: Teachers’ perceptions. In A. Mahmoud and R. Al-Mahrooqi (Eds.), Issues in Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language in the Arab World (pp. 47-66). Al-Khoudh: SQU’s Academic Publication Board.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2013). Culture and identity in student response to literature. In A. Roscoe and R. Al-Mahrooqi( Eds.), Literacy, Literature and Identity: Multiple Perspectives (pp. 21-50). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2013). African American literature and Black identity: Beloved as an example. In A. Roscoe and R. Al-Mahrooqi( Eds.), Literacy, Literature and Identity: Multiple Perspectives (pp. 106-123). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, England.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. (2013). Literacy, literature and women’s liberation in the United States. In A. Roscoe and R. Al-Mahrooqi (Eds.), Literacy, Literature and Identity: Multiple Perspectives (pp. 87-106). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Al-Mahrooqi, R. & Roscoe, A. (2013). Identity reflections in Maori literature. In A. Roscoe and R. Al-Mahrooqi (Eds.), Literacy, Literature and Identity: Multiple Perspectives (pp. 124-135). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.