International Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education

Journal Description

International Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education (IJSFLE) is an interdisciplinary journal of second and foreign language education studies, a peer-reviewed journal of international scope. It focuses on main areas of research in second and foreign language teaching and learning including language acquisition theories, instructional pedagogies, and methodologies, curriculum development, innovative approaches to language education. IJSFLE provides a forum for high-quality theoretical and experimental research and discussion on topics investigating and exploring applied linguistic theories as well as second and foreign language education. It brings forward new insights into applied linguistics and to second and foreign language education. Applied linguistics, second language acquisition, educational linguistics, foreign language learning and teaching, and many others are the disciples covered in this specialized scientific journal.

About Journal

Original title: International Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education

Short title: IJSFLE

ISSN: 2669-2341 (Electronic Version)

Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues per year)

Nature: Online

Language of Publication: English

Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education is indexed/abstract with the following databases:

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The scope of the Second and Foreign Language Education journal includes but not limited to:

The International Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education (IJSFLE) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles in the areas of education, teaching, and learning of foreign/second language. It is particularly keen to help make connections between various relevant disciplines, theories, scholarly discourses, and research methods.
The primary objective is to disseminate scholarly knowledge and information on the development of second and foreign language education.
The journal welcomes the most recent theoretical, methodological, and pedagogical insights on foreign and second language education in diverse educational settings and situations, falling within or beyond the below topics:

 

The scope of the journal includes:
  • Language education
  • Language curriculum development
  • Language program evaluation at work: Uses, frameworks, methods, examples
  • Intercultural education
  • Language testing and assessment
  • Language program evaluation
  • Course and syllabus design
  • language planning and policy
  • The role of technology in second and foreign language education
  • Word and grammar: Experimental and theoretical perspectives
  • Language acquisition
  • Diversity and universal linguistics
  • General linguistics
  • Neurobiological and evolutionary approaches to language
  • Interdisciplinary perspectives on multilingualism
  • Innovation in language teaching and learning
  • Foreign language teaching and applied linguistics
  • Second language acquisition
  • Language acquisition and learning
  • Social dimensions of language assessment

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