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The main objective of Issues in Language Teaching is to provide an intellectual platform for national and international researchers to discuss their most recent findings related to language teaching. By doing so, the journal hopes to improve the status of the field in Iran and in the world and to find solutions to theoretical and practical problems the profession is faced with. To serve this purpose, researchers are encouraged to submit their unpublished, original, full-length papers for potential publication in the journal. 

The journal is set to publish original articles on a wide range of issues including;

  • Language teaching
  • Applied linguistics
  • Discourse analysis
  • EFL
  • Task-based teaching
  • Language learning
  • Language learning strategies
  • Bilingualism
  • Pedagogy
  • Language proficiency
  • Cognitive Language Learning
  • Vocabulary knowledge
  • Identity
  • Intercultural competence
  • Fluency and accuracy
  • Linguistics
  • Assessment
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Issues in Language Teaching

Journal Subjects: Language and Linguistics
Journal Languages: English
Publisher: دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی
Journal Lever: علمی-پژوهشی
Release order: فصلی
ISBN: 2322-3715
eISBN: 2476-6194
Founded Year: 2012
Published in:: Tehran-Iran

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Type: State University
Total Papers: 19319
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Email 1: ilt@atu.ac.ir
Website: http://ilt.atu.ac.ir/

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