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ELTA Journal 2016: Volume 4, No. 4

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the publication of the fourth issue of ELTA Journal. Our mission is to promote research and the practice of language learning and teaching and to present some theoretical considerations in the field of ELT. The ELTA Journal welcomes submissions of previously unpublished manuscripts on any topic related to the field of language learning and teaching. We particularly encourage authors to submit articles written so that they are accessible to a broad audience of educators. We also welcome contributors from around the world who would like to be published because we value their different perspective and approach.

The editorial team would like to express their appreciation to all the contributors for the time and effort that they have put into making this issue successful. We extend our gratitude to eminent professors and esteemed colleagues for their gracious expertise in reviewing the articles. We would also like to thank the ELTA Board for their support.

We hope this issue will be of broad interest to the readership of the journal and we look forward to receiving the feedback. We would encourage the submission of articles to further the advancement of the teaching profession.

With best wishes,
ELTA Journal Editorial Team

ELTA Journal – Call for Papers [Deadline 15 Nov 2016]

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Deadline 15 November 2016

Dear fellow teachers,

We invite all ELT professionals to participate in our online publication – ELTA Journal. This semi-academic journal continues the rich tradition of ELTA newsletter and magazine MELT, which have been published since 2003 and readily accept papers of quality that can be theoretical or examples of individual teaching practice or research in the field of ELT.

The vision of this journal is to be submitted for scientific categorization to our Ministry of Education and thus promote our teaching profession and provide you, teachers, with a practical benefit from your contributions. ELTA Journal is meant to:

  • help our local ELT community to deepen the understanding of its practice,
  • promote sharing among professionals,
  • allow teachers to gain points towards professional development.

The journal represents a unique knowledge bank, which you will refer to in order to gain a little more insight into theoretical backgrounds behind certain aspects of your work or get a glimpse of new ideas and latest methodologies you might implement in your own teaching. It also publishes foreign researchers’ papers which will internationalise it and put our teachers on a broader ELT map.

We hope you take this opportunity to analyse your own practice as teachers and consider a topic of your own interest for an article in the journal. Our team is at your disposal for guidance and support should you have doubts regarding any aspect of your writing, structure- or content-wise.

Please contact our team if you are interested at newsletter.elta@gmail.com

Yours sincerely,

ELTA Newsletter editorial team

ELTA Journal – Call for Papers

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Deadline 15 October 2015

Dear fellow teachers,

We invite primary and secondary school teachers as well as their colleagues in private language schools to participate in our online publication – ELTA Journal. This semi-academic journal continues the rich tradition of ELTA newsletter and magazine MELT, which have been published since 2003 and readily accept papers of quality that can be theoretical or examples of individual teaching practice or research in the field of ELT.

The vision of this journal is to be submitted for scientific categorization to our Ministry of Education and thus promote our teaching profession and provide you, teachers, with a practical benefit from your contributions. ELTA Journal is meant to:

  • help our local ELT community to deepen the understanding of its practice,
  • promote sharing among professionals,
  • allow teachers to gain points towards professional development.

The journal represents a unique knowledge bank, which you will refer to in order to gain a little more insight into theoretical backgrounds behind certain aspects of your work or get a glimpse of new ideas and latest methodologies you might implement in your own teaching. It also publishes foreign researchers’ papers which will internationalise it and put our teachers on a broader ELT map.

We hope you take this opportunity to analyse your own practice as teachers and consider a topic of your own interest for an article in the journal. Our team is at your disposal for guidance and support should you have doubts regarding any aspect of your writing, structure- or content-wise.

Please contact our team if you are interested at newsletter.elta@gmail.com

Yours sincerely,

ELTA Newsletter editorial team

ELTA Journal Volume 2 No. 2

Dear colleagues,

ELTA is proud to present the second issue of ELTA Journal.

In this first issue, last December, we presented the ideas that have shaped the creation of ELTA Journal and, this year, we would like to introduce new ideas that have guided us in developing this issue. Our aim was to connect research and practice and to present some theoretical considerations in the field of ELT. Our journal is blind peer-reviewed, allowing our authors to have their articles rechecked, reevaluated and inspected by unbiased experts.

Carefully selected articles that we have prepared for you in this issue are written by teachers, associate professors and researchers in the ELT field. For some authors this is another way of reflecting on their practice and, for others, this is a form of teacher development.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue and we look forward to receiving your feedback and article contributions for our next issue.

Yours faithfully,

ELTA Journal Editorial Team