About the Journal

TEFL Journal (TJ) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, practitioner-oriented electronic journal that publishes articles based on current theory and research in the field of teaching English to speakers of other languages (TEFL). TJ is a forum for second and foreign language educators at all levels to engage in the ways that research and theory can inform, shape, and ground teaching practices and perspectives. TJ enable an active and vibrant professional dialogue about research- and theory-based practices as well as practice-oriented theorizing and research. Quarterly:  March, July, December

SCOPE OF THE JOURNAL INCLUDES

- Computer-assisted language learning and teaching
- Curriculum development and syllabus design
- Pragmatics in ELT
- Genre theory
- Inclusive language education
- Intercultural communicative competence
- Literacy development
- Language learner autonomy
- Language teacher autonomy
- Language teacher education and development
- ELT materials development, adaptation and evaluation
- Reflective teaching
- Testing and assessment
- Foreign/second language research
- Teaching English as a foreign, second or additional language
- Teaching young learners
- Second language acquisition and learning
- CLIL
- Speech acts
- Discourse analysis

Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 4 (2023): TEFL Journal
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