A. Materials eligible for publication:
The journal publishes scientific research papers contributing to the theory or applications in Teaching English to Young Learners and Teaching English to Adult Learners.
B. Terms of publication:
- Manuscripts must have a suitable methodology and be written in fluent English.
- Manuscripts should not have been published in other journals or submitted for publication.
- The researcher must implement every comment recommended by the reviewers and provide a report to the editor containing all the responses to the statement.
- All articles published in this journal are reviews from professionals in their fields.
- Editors approve publication entries based on two reviewers' recommendations.
- To maintain the confidentiality and impartiality of the writing process, works may not contain direct or indirect authorship.
D. Submission procedures:
All articles must be written in English and have an abstract between 150 to 200 words, followed by three to five keywords. Submissions should be between 3000-5000 (including abstract, table(s), figure(s), and references) in A4 size paper with margins as the following: top 2 cm, bottom 2 cm, right 2 cm, and left 3 cm.
Title: the title should summarize the ideas of your paper; the title should be within 15 words maximum.
Author detail: mention the name of authors, email, and affiliation.
Abstract: describe the content and scope of your paper and identify the objective(s), its methodology, and its findings, conclusions, or intended results.
Introduction: State your work's background and support it with some literature. Do not forget to state the gaps among researchers.
Literature Review: describe the literature sources from an academic journal, books, references, reports, study results, etc. The sources must be in ten years.
Method: provide acceptable methods used in the research, including the design, data sources, sampling (if any), data collecting techniques, and data analysis.
Results: present the results of your work. Use graphs and tables are allowed if appropriate, but also clarify your main findings in the text.
Discussion: highlight the most significant results, but do not repeat what has been written in the Results section. This part aims to interpret and describe the significance of findings based on the research problem being investigated and to explain any new understanding or insights resulting from the problem. A combined Results and Discussion section is accepted.
Conclusion: state the final words on the value of the analysis. Recommendations for future research related to the topic should also be mentioned.
Acknowledgments (optional): give credit to funding bodies and departments that have been of help during the project, for instance, by supporting it financially.
References: follow the APA 7 style.
All names/references mentioned in the text/article should be listed in the References section. Make use of arranging the references alphabetically.
E. Reference List:
Examples of listing references:
- Olsen, Mancur, (1993). Dictatorship, Democracy and Economic Performance. American Political Science Review. 87(1), 22-34.
- Blankenau, William F. and Simpson, Nicole B., (2004). Public Education Expenditures and Growth. Journal of Development Economics, 73(2), 242-257.
In case of more than one reference for the same author:
- Addison, Tony, (2003). From Conflict to Recovery in Africa. Oxford University Press, UK.
- -------, (2006). Fiscal Policy for Development: Poverty, Reconstruction, and Growth. Palgrave Macmillan, UK.