Department of English, Islamic Azad University, Science & Research Branch,
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This special issue is prepared for scholars and researchers in ESL/EFL teaching and for self-motivated teachers who seek to publish and share their findings to enhance their teaching and the learning of their students. This issue welcomes any kinds of research paper on ESL/EFL teaching and learning and other ideas on how to guide students in the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. It stresses the multifaceted nature of teaching the English language to non-native speakers and is based on the scientific-research papers.
This issue published a wide range of topics to coincide with a variety of teaching contexts-from K-12 schools, to university intensive language programs and refugee programs. Any research paper related to the topic of teaching and learning English will be welcome.
Recommended Topics: 1. Teaching English language skills 2. Teaching English language components 3. English as an international language (EIL) 4. English as a lingua franca (ELF) 5. English for special purposes and English for specific purposes (ESP) 6. English for academic purposes (EAP) 7. Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) 8. Translation in Teaching and learning 9. English language testing, evaluation and assessment 10. Teaching Young Learners English (TYLE) 11. Teacher education 12. Learners’ differences 13. Need analysis 14. Syllabus design and material development 15. Bilingualism and any other related topics.