Focus and Scope

The aim of this Journal is to promote a principled approach to research on English Language Teaching by encouraging enquiries into the relationship between theoretical and practical studies. The latest innovations in English language teaching in higher education and among preservice teachers or teacher trainees are the central point of the journal. The journal welcomes contributions in the areas of English education and training as first, second, and foreign languages. As a scholarly forum, specific themes the journal covers can include:

  • Approaches, methods, and techniques to language skills;
  • computer-aided language planning and testing;
  • computer-assisted multilingualism and multilingual education;
  • classroom discourse analysis in virtual learning environments;
  • Digital Literacy and multimodal learning;
  • Systemic Functional Linguistics and genre-based pedagogy;
  • 21st-century learning of literature;
  • language acquisition in the digital age;
  • language policy and evaluation; and
  • computer-mediated English translation of students and teachers.