Aims and Scope

Language Teaching Journal (LT) welcomes contributions in such areas of current enquiry as:

  • First and Second Language Learning and Teaching
  • Language and Culture
  • (Critical) Discourse Analysis
  • Reflective Language Teaching
  • Language Policy, Planning, and Practice
  • Language testing,
  • Multilingual education
  • Distant Education
  • Interlanguage Pragmatics
  • Materials Development and Evaluation

LT invites researchers to submit previously unpublished papers within any one of the aforementioned realms of study. Papers should be mainly reports of genuine research studies with all necessary details of the procedure and data analyses. Drafts, which need to be submitted online via submission link should be between 4500 to 8000 words, including tables, figures, references, and appendixes. Please note that submissions via emails will not be considered for possible publication.