Indonesian JELT

Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching (IJELT) (pISSN: 0216-1281) is a peer-reviewed journal in which submitted articles will go through a blind review process. IJELT is published twice a year in May and in October every year.

IJELT is devoted to the teaching and learning of English in national and international scope. It strongly encourages submission of unpublished research articles on topics that are highly relevant and contribute significantly to issues in ELT in general, which may also include:

  1. English language education
  2. Applied English linguistics in language education
  3. English language education and culture
  4. English language education and evaluation
  5. English language education and globalization
  6. English language education and technology

 


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Announcements

 

Call for papers 2018 Vol.13, No.1 and 2

 

IJELT invites authors to submit their unpublished articles for the 2018, vol. 13, no. 1 (scheduled for publication in May 2018). It strongly encourages submission of unpublished articles on topics that are highly relevant and contribute significantly to issues in ELT in general, which may also include:

  • English language education
  • Applied English linguistics in language education
  • English language education and culture
  • English language education and evaluation
  • English language education and globalization
  • English language education and technology

 The followings are the important dates:

30 July:      The deadline of manuscript submission

30 August 2018:          Review and result notification

10 – 20 October 2018:   Publication of volume 13 no.1 and 2

The manuscript should be between 6,000 and 7,000 words in length and follow the IJELT formatting style.

 Please submit your manuscript to ijelt@atmajaya.ac.id.

 
Posted: 2017-12-21
 
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Vol 12, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Articles

Cooperative learning: Addressing implementation issues Untitled
Willy A. Renandya, George M. Jacobs 101-113
Shifting identities through switching codes: A close look at the social languages of pre-service English teachers in an Indonesian context Untitled
Dwi Riyanti 115-129
Promoting Inter-Asian understanding through English: Cross-border exchanges through an Asian Youth Program Untitled
Kip Cates 131-147
Motivating repeated readers in an Extensive Reading class: A critical reflection on course design Untitled
Nugrahenny T. Zacharias 149-163
The adoption of "like" and "not like" usage by Saudi international students at a US university Untitled
Khalid Ahmad Siddiq 165-176


ISSN: 0216-1281