Call for Submissions for Journal of NELTA 2019

Editorial Board of Journal of NELTA invites submissions for Journal of NELTA 2019. 

Important Dates

Article abstract submission (200 words)                                                 May 1, 2019

Manuscript Submission                                                                         June 30, 2019

Notification of Peer Review Reports/Editorial decision  First week of August 2019

Final (Revised) Manuscript Submission                      First week of September 2019

Please Note: THE DEADLINE FOR ARTICLE SUBMISSION for the 2019 issue of Journal of NELTA has been extended till July 15, 2019. PLEASE FIND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES at the Journal of NELTA website.

For more information, please explore the following links.

Submission types for Journal of NELTA and Guildelines for Submission

Theme focus: Ecological Approaches to English Language Teaching: Prospects and Challenges

Submissions are open but not limited to the following subtopics:

  • Theory and practice of ecological English language teaching
  • Teaching and Researching English as a global Language
  • Evolving global Theories and Innovative Practices in ELT
  • Global Issues in 21st century English language pedagogy
  • Blended ELT: Prospects and Promises
  • Learner Engagement in EFL Classroom
  • Mobile Technology and English Language Classroom
  • Moving Forward: Digital ELT for the New Generation
  • Reflective Pedagogy: Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners
  • Multilingual English: New Innovations in ELT
  • Re-conceptualizing ELT: Possibilities and Opportunities
  • Globalization, Multiculturalism and Language Teaching
  • Content, Curriculum and Connectivism
  • Englishes in Classrooms
  • Input and Interaction in Language Teaching
  • Classroom Management
  • Teaching English in Difficult Circumstances
  • English as a Medium of Instruction
  • Innovations in Teaching and Learning
  • Literature in Language Teaching
  • The Methods and Post-method in ELT
  • ICT in an EFL Classroom
  • Critical Pedagogy in the Language Classroom
  • Learner Autonomy
  • Differentiated Instruction in an EFL Classroom
  • Making English Language Learning Communicative
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • Authenticity in Teaching Learning Materials
  • Alternative Assessment in EFL Classrooms
  • Developing 21st Century Skills in ESL/EFL learners
  • Contextualization of  Foreign Language Teaching
  • Home-grown Materials in ELT
  • Native vs. non-native Teacher: Who is Native Anyway?
  • Learning beyond the Classroom: Responding to Learning Strategies
  • Celebrating Variety in a Language Classroom
  • Linking Research and Classroom Teaching
  • ELT in Disaster Recovery
  • Creativity in the Language Classroom
  • Improving Language Learning: Style-and Strategy-Based Instruction
  • Culture as the Core in the Second Language Classroom
  • Developing Materials for Language Teaching
  • Social Justice in English Language Teaching
  • Language and Policy
  • Language and Globalization
  • "Excellence" in English Language Teaching
  • English to Prepare for Lives
  • Multilingually, Marginality and ELT

 

All enquiries and communication related to contributions to the Journal of NELTA should be made to: neltaeditorialboard@gmail.com

The Editorial Board

Journal of NELTA