Indonesian JELT

Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching (IJELT) (eISSN: 2655-1977; 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 It strongly encourages submission of unpublished research articles on topics that are highly relevant and contribute significantly to issues in ELT in general, which may also include: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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Call for Papers 2020 for vol. 15 no. 1 & 2

 

We would like to invite you to publish your articles in Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching (IJELT) which is managed by the Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Jakarta.

Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching (Indonesian JELT) is a peer-reviewed journal in which submitted articles will go through a blind review process. IJELT (e-ISSN: 2655-1977; p-ISSN: 0216-1281) is published in May and in October every year. IJELT has been indexed in Google Scholar.

 
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Vol 14, No 2 (2019): IJELT Vol 14 No 2, (October 2019)

Table of Contents

Articles

Native speakerism (?!): (Re)Considering critical lenses and corresponding implications in the field of English Language Teaching Untitled
Nathanael Rudolph 89-113
Prompting second language writers for productive reflection using narrative questioning prompt Untitled
Nugrahenny Zacharias 115-133
Considering the reality of hegemonic tendencies: English and linguistic diversity Untitled
Miguel Mantero 135-145
The use of video-based reflection to facilitate pre-service English teachers’ self-reflection Untitled
Indriretno Setyaningrahayu*, Pramusita Raring Widhi, Elisabet Titik Murtisari 147-165
“I’m like kentang”: Bilingual Indonesians construction of identity in the era of transnationalism Untitled
Helnywati Helnywati*, Christine Manara 167-185


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