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Alireza Bonyadi


Alireza Bonyadi was born in the city of Urmia, Iran in 1964. After earning his B.A. in English language and literature in the English Department of Tabriz State University. Iran, he graduated as M.A. in TESOL from Azad University of Tabriz. Since 1997, as a lecturer, he has been teaching Basic and General English at B.A. and B.S. levels at Azad University of Urmia. His areas of interest are Translation Studies, Practical Teaching Issues and Discourse Analysis.
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» Translation: Back from Siberia
By Alireza Bonyadi | Published 06/10/2005 | Translator Education | Recommendation:
Introduction This article deals with the issue of how translation might best be used as a teaching technique in language classes. It initially presents a short historical review of the issue. Presenting some major reasons for taking translation as a teaching technique, the paper offers some practical guidance for incorporating the technique in the classrooms. A historical review Using translat ...
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