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Dr. Maskanah Mohammad Lotfie

Department of English Language and Literature

KULLIYYAH OF ISLAMIC REVEALED KNOWLEDGE AND HUMAN SCIENCES

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  1. Othman, Juliana and Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad, eds. (2019) Research designs for language studies. University of Malaya Press, Kuala Lumpur. ISBN 978-967-488-081-1
  2. Othman, Juliana and Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2019) Introduction. In: Research designs for language studies. University of Malaya Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 1-8. ISBN 978-967-488-081-1
  3. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2019) Quasi-experiments. In: Research designs for language studies. University of Malaya Press, pp. 161-176. ISBN 978-967-488-081-1
  4. Abd Razak, Harniza and Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad and Shah, Mohamed Ismail Ahamad (2018) Using automated writing evaluation in developing ESL learners’ writing proficiency. In: International Conference on Language, Culture and Society (ICLCS18) 2018, 24th-25th Oct. 2018, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)
  5. Ramli, Rashida Nasuha and Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2018) Effects of Dual-Language Programme (DLP) on the usage of English adjectives by primary school students. In: International Conference on Language, Culture and Society 2018 (2018), 24th-25th Oct. 2018, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)
  6. Zulkifli, Siti Khadijah and Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2018) Present tense form usage by Arab and Malay users of English. In: International Conference on Language, Culture and Society (ICLCS18) 2018, 24th-25th Oct. 2018, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)
  7. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad and Hartono, . (2018) Language policy and practices in Indonesian higher education institutions. Intellectual Discourse, 26 (2). pp. 683-704. ISSN 0128-4878
  8. Enzai, Ida Melina and Mohammad Lotfie, Maskanah (2017) The use of English derivational forms by Malaysian ESL learners: a linguistics analysis. IIUM Press, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ISBN 978-967-418-558-9
  9. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad and Abd Samad, Arshad (2008) The effects of noticing training on Malay ESL learners’ use of past time forms in writing. In: Exhibition of Invention, Research & Innovation 2008 - PRPi08, 29th-31st July 2008, Universiti Putra Malaysia. (Unpublished)
  10. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2010) A cross-linguistic investigation of Malay and English temporal systems. In: The Malaysian International Conference on Academic Strategies in English Language Teaching (My_CASELT 2010), 15th-16th Dec. 2010, Shah Alam, Selangor. (Unpublished)
  11. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad and Zubir, Badri Najib and Md Ghalib, Mohd. Feham (2012) Human sciences students’ perception of an Arabic course and their retention of the language. In: IIUM Research, Invention and Innovation Exhibition, IRIIE 2012, 21st-22nd February 2012, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)
  12. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2012) To copy or not to copy: an evaluation of English undergraduate majors’ awareness of plagiarism. In: IIUM Research, Invention and Innovation Exhibition, IRIIE 2012, 21st-22nd February 2012, Cultural Activity Centre (CAC) and KAED Gallery, IIUM. (Unpublished)
  13. Wan Adnan, Wan Nur Asyura and Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2014) The use of adverbials in the verbal usage of Malay ESL learners at the tertiary level. In: International Language Conference (ILC) 2014, 4th - 6th June, 2014, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)
  14. Mohammad Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad and Abdul Kadir, Maimunah and Pilus, Zahariah (2016) The –ed allomorphs of Malay speakers of English and linguistic knowledge types. In: Third International Conference on Language, Literature & Society 2016, 18th - 19th January, 2016, Bangkok, Thailand.
  15. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2016) Penelitian ilmu bahasa:Research methodology for language related topics: Why, what and how? In: Penelitian Hibah dan Penelitian Bahasa, 23 February 2016, Aula Gedung Bersama, Fakultas Bahasa UNISSULA. (Unpublished)
  16. Lotfie, Maskanah Mohammad (2013) Tertiary students' perspective on factors that cause academic plagiarism. In: International Language for Communication Conference (ILCC 2013): Engaging Global Community: Breaking the Barries to Effective Communication, 23- 25 August 2013, International Islamic University Malaysia. (Unpublished)
  17. Mohammad Lotfie, Maskanah and Salleh, Nur Aadilah (2017) The relationship between linguistic knowledge types and inflectional output. In: Religion, culture, society: readings in the humanities and revealed knowledge. Silverfish Books, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 228-259. ISBN 978-983-3221-64-6
  18. Wan Adnan, Wan Nur Asyura and Mohammad Lotfie, Maskanah (2017) The use of adverbials in the verbal production of Malay ESL learners: a processability approach. LSP International, 4 (1). pp. 1-22. ISSN 0128-732X
  19. Mohammad Lotfie, Maskanah and Abdul Kadir, Maimunah and Pilus, Zahariah (2017) –Ed Allomorphs and linguistic knowledge of Malay speakers of English: a descriptive and correlational study. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 7 (2). pp. 445-454. ISSN 2301-9468
  20. Mohammad Lotfie, Maskanah and Wulandari, Diyah Fitri and Nurhamidah, Idha (2017) Past-time marker –ed in the speech and written work of Indonesian English majors. Journal of English as International Language, 12 (2). pp. 56-72.

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1Students’ perception of an Arabic language course in humanities degree programmes at the International Islamic University Malaysia1227
2Shyness and groupism as prevalent cultural and attitudinal traits in learning English as a second language1064
3A Malay-English cross-linguistic study of present time forms1053
4An assessment of the Arabic language programme for Human Sciences students at International Islamic University Malaysia1014
5Kelingkang844
6The relationship between linguistic knowledge types and inflectional output717
7Noticing and grammatical accuracy in ESL learners’ writing628
8The use of English derivational forms by Malaysian ESL learners534
9Linguistic knowledge types and past-time inflectional output of Malay users of English519
10English adjective phrase variations of bloggers from two Myanmar ethnic groups501
11Validation study of the Malay version of the Myasthenia Gravis Quality of Life (MGQOL)15 and Myasthenia Gravis Activities of Daily Living (MGADL) questionnaires444
12–Ed Allomorphs and linguistic knowledge of Malay speakers of English: a descriptive and correlational study410
13English in Myanmar: usage of English adjective phrases by Burmese and Rohingya bloggers405
14Past-time marker –ed in the speech and written work of Indonesian English majors349
15The use of adverbials in the verbal production of Malay ESL learners: a processability approach262
16The –ed allomorphs of Malay speakers of English and linguistic knowledge types186
17Penelitian ilmu bahasa:Research methodology for language related topics: Why, what and how?184
18Human sciences students’ perception of an Arabic course and their retention of the language177
19The relationship between linguistic knowledge types and inflectional output175
20Tertiary students' perspective on factors that cause academic plagiarism170
21The effects of noticing training on Malay ESL learners’ use of past time forms in writing115
22To copy or not to copy: an evaluation of English undergraduate majors’ awareness of plagiarism114
23The use of adverbials in the verbal usage of Malay ESL learners at the tertiary level106
24A cross-linguistic investigation of Malay and English temporal systems92
25The use of English derivational forms by Malaysian ESL learners: a linguistics analysis72
26Language policy and practices in Indonesian higher education institutions71
27Using automated writing evaluation in developing ESL learners’ writing proficiency55
28Effects of Dual-Language Programme (DLP) on the usage of English adjectives by primary school students45
29Present tense form usage by Arab and Malay users of English39
30Quasi-experiments12