Aims & Scopes

International Journal of Foreign Language Teaching in the Islamic World is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to issues in foreign language teaching. FLTJ publishes original research and review articles in areas of foreign and second language teaching in contexts of school, university and work place.

The journal addresses both theoretical and empirical problems and issues related, but not limited, to:

  1. Teaching and learning foreign languages (such as English, Arabic, French, Persian, Turkish, etc.)
  2. Second language teaching and learning
  3. Applied linguistics
  4. Computer assisted language learning (CALL)
  5. Teacher education
  6. Textbook evaluation
  7. Teaching and learning language skills
  8. Teaching methods
  9. Teaching and learning language components
  10.  Sociolinguistics
  11.  Psycholinguistics
  12.  Literature and language teaching
  13.  Translation and language teaching
  14.  Testing, evaluation, and assessment
  15.  E-learning / Mobile learning
  16.  Teaching foreign languages for specific purposes
  17.  Teaching foreign languages for academic purposes
  18.  Curriculum Development
  19.  Syllabus Design
  20.  Distance education
  21.  ………………………

 

How to Submit Papers to FLTJ:

Please see our guidelines for authors.

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