i-manager's Journal on English Language Teaching (JELT)

A Pane to Linguistics and Language Resources

ISSN Print: 2231-3338
ISSN Online: 2249-0752
English Language Teaching is globally vibrant and dynamic today. English as an international language accommodates the unique needs of world communities while competing with and complementing other languages. ELT improves language skills, oral communication, memorization of paradigms, patterns, and vocabulary, with translation being used to test the acquired knowledge. i-manager’s Journal on English Language Teaching aims to bring practitioners, researchers, curriculum designers and professionals in corporate communication and provide a forum where ELT practitioners and experts share new insights and experience in ELT.

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

We follow stringent publication ethics, and plagiarized papers are not published, and are withdrawn at any stage of the publishing process. Plagiarism is not limited to the Results and Discussion sections; it can involve any part of the manuscript, including figures and tables, in which material is copied from another publication without attestation, reference, or permission.

Overall Topics Covered

  • Academic Strategies in English Language Teaching
  • Bilingual Education
  • Redefining English Literary Studies
  • Language, Discourse and Identity
  • English Studies & Comparative Literature
  • Cultural Studies, Linguistics and Translation Studies in English
  • Research Paradigms and their Applications in Applied Linguistics
  • Minority Languages
  • English Language Learning and Teaching
  • English As An Additional Language (EAL)
  • Reading Misreading
  • Postgraduate English
  • Children’s Literature and Childhood in the English Renaissance
  • Teaching Mixed Ability Language Courses
  • Teaching High Level Lexis to Business English Learners
  • Commentary and Active Learning
  • Teaching Decisions & Educational Policies on all Levels
  • Translations For Teaching English
  • English as a Second Dialect & Lingua Franca
  • Creativity in Spoken Language
  • Language Acquisition Vs Language Learning
  • Language Learners' Listening Comprehension
  • Second Language Acquisition in Audit Learners
  • Data and Interpretation in Linguistic Analysis
  • Theoretical, Methodological and Applied Aspects
  • English as an International Language (EIL)
Review Procedure
The Journal follows a double blind peer-review process. The submitted articles / research papers are reviewed by Professors / Educators of English Language Teaching.
Target Audience
Academicians and practitioners of English Language Teaching, University Educational Bodies, Researchers, Consultants, leading Corporate, Language Labs etc.
  • Articles
  • Research Papers
  • Websites for English Language Teaching
  • Conference around the Globe.
  • January-March
  • April-June
  • July-September
  • October-December

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