Critical Thinking and Academic Achievement

  • Alireza Karbalaei Qeshm International Branch, Islamic Azad University
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Alireza Karbalaei, Qeshm International Branch, Islamic Azad University

Alireza Karbalaei is an EFL teacher in Qeshm International Branch and Shariati Technical College and a Ph.D. Graduate in ELT. His main research interests lie in reading strategies, affective variables, language acquisition and learning, TEFL, and TESL. He has published several articles and books mostly in the field of TEFL. E-mail: Alireza_karbalaei_2007@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

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Published
2012-09-11
How to Cite
Karbalaei A. (2012). Critical Thinking and Academic Achievement. Íkala, 17(2), 121-128. Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/ikala/article/view/10948
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