Jason Khazaei, M.A.

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Adjunct Professor


MA in Teaching English Language, Arak University, 2012
Studied MA in TESOL Studies, Aston University, 2009
BA In English Language and Literature, Azad University, 2008


ESL for Academic Purposes
TOEFL and IELTS Specialized Instructor
Communicative Skills in ESL
Listening and Speaking Strategies in EFL Development
Psychology mastery in Language Acquisition 

The relationship among reflective thinking, listening anxiety and listening comprehension of EFL learners.

Prof. Jason Khazaei holds a master’s degree in English Language Teaching and a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature. He has expansive teaching experience for over 16 years in various countries around the globe at various educational levels which has given him a profound perspective in the teaching methodologies and approaches he implements in his lessons.  He has taught English in countries such as Turkey, Malaysia, Iran and UK and over the years he has learned a lot about the importance of different cultures and values and how to apply that to language development. He believes identifying students’ needs and attributes plays a tremendous role in language development.  Prof. Khazaei has conducted postgraduate research in ‘’An investigation on the effects of Intensive/Extensive teaching listening on EFL learners listening comprehension development’’. He has served as an adjunct professor and has taught Principles and methods of learning English as a second language, English Language and Literature, Technology in ESL Learning, phonetics and phonology.