Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes

The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is an open access peer-reviewed international journal published by the University of Niš, Republic of Serbia. We publish high quality, refereed papers three times a year. Papers reporting original research or extended versions of the already published conference/journal papers are all welcome. Papers for publication are selected through peer reviewing to ensure originality, relevance, and readability. The aim of the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is to publish peer reviewed research and review articles fast without delay in the developing fields of ESP, EAP, General and Applied Linguistics. It is our aim for the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes to become a platform for enchancing these fields of science and teaching practice.

The principal aim of the Journal is to bring together the latest research and development in various fields connected in any way with the ESP, EAP, General and Applied Linguistics.

Online submission system, electronic peer review and production make the process of publishing your article very simple and efficient. Usually, it takes 2 to 3 months before the moment you finished your submission and a response generated by the reviewing system. If your paper is accepted, we will try to publish it in the current issue.

General Journal guidelines for authors:

If the authors provide a previously published conference submission, Editors will check the submission to determine whether there has been sufficient new material added to warrant publication in the Journal.

The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes guidelines are that the submissions should contain a significant amount of new material, that is, material that has not been published elsewhere. New results are not required; however, the submission should contain expansions of key ideas, examples, elaborations, and so on, of the conference submission. The paper submitted to the journal should differ from the previously published material by at least 40 percent.

Research articles are usually about 10 pages long. However, in special cases, shorter or longer articles may be accepted with appropriate reasoning. Authors are requested to follow guidelines for preparing their manuscripts. An article sample template can be found here.

Announcements

 

7th issue ( Vol 3, No 1 )

 
7th issue call deadline: 15-April-2015

Papers received after this date will be considered for publication in the forthcoming issue(s).

Call information:

We invite scholarly contributions for the fourth issue of the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes. The papers are to be in the fields and the related areas of English for Specific and Academic Purposes, General and Applied Linguistics, such as (but not limited to): language policy, assessment and evaluation, translation/interpretation, the place of ESP in language education, methodology of English language teaching, ESP and English as a lingua franca, material design, needs assessment, collecting ESP corpora, academic writing, the use of contemporary teaching and learning technologies, lexicography, language planning, stylistics, pragmatics, CALL, discourse analysis, blended learning, language pedagogy, conversation analysis, phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, sociolinguistics.

All papers are double blind peer reviewed in a process that is efficient and without delay.

There is no publication fee.


Ass. Prof. Nadežda Stojkovic, PhD
Editor-in-Chief

Nadezda.Stojkovic@elfak.ni.ac.rs
 
Posted: 2015-02-03
 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic English

SPECIAL ISSUE - Language Learning Technologies

                University of Niš, Serbia    

 

The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic English announcing 2015 special issue - LANGUAGE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES.

Recent rapid advancement in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has reflected on learning, teaching and education in general. Diverse features of the modern ICT offer enormous potential for integration with language learning leading us towards more effective, seamless, pervasive, anywhere and anytime language learning. Language learning is no longer constrained to traditional environments, settings, methodologies, pedagogies, infrastructures, business models and approaches. Instead, thanks to the technology, language learning grows into an unprecedented new experience. However, as is usually the case with a paradigm shift, it does not come granted without difficulties, challenges and problems. This special issue calls for contributions towards a better understanding of the theoretical, practical, methodological and technical aspects of the language learning technologies and relevant research trends and societal needs.

 

The scope of the special issue includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Social computing technologies for Language Learning
  • Online communities for Language Learning
  • Virtual environments and language learning games
  • Technology enhanced assessment
  • Ontology and Semantic Web driven language learning
  • BigData and Linked Data for language learning
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for Language Learning
  • Mobile Language Learning Technologies
  • Best practices in language learning technologies
  • Language Learning Technology Infrastructure
  • Technology intensive learning methodologies
  • Pedagogy for Language Learning Technologies
  • Technology enhanced Language Teaching

 

The call for papers is open until October 1st, 2015.

 

Propositions and instructions for the form of the paper are published on the site of the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic English http://espeap.junis.ni.ac.rs/index.php/espeap  

 

Special issue editors:

Milorad Tošić, University of Niš, Serbia

Valentina Nejković, University of Niš, Serbia

Nadežda Stojković, University of Niš, Serbia

 
Posted: 2015-01-26
 

6th issue

 
Sixth issue call deadline: 20-November-2014

Papers received after this date will be considered for publication in the forthcoming issue(s).

Call information:

We invite scholarly contributions for the fourth issue of the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes. The papers are to be in the fields and the related areas of English for Specific and Academic Purposes, General and Applied Linguistics, such as (but not limited to): language policy, assessment and evaluation, translation/interpretation, the place of ESP in language education, methodology of English language teaching, ESP and English as a lingua franca, material design, needs assessment, collecting ESP corpora, academic writing, the use of contemporary teaching and learning technologies, lexicography, language planning, stylistics, pragmatics, CALL, discourse analysis, blended learning, language pedagogy, conversation analysis, phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, sociolinguistics.

All papers are double blind peer reviewed in a process that is efficient and without delay.

There is no publication fee.


Ass. Prof. Nadežda Stojkovic, PhD
Editor-in-Chief

Nadezda.Stojkovic@elfak.ni.ac.rs
 
Posted: 2014-09-05
 

Special issue - 5th issue

 

SPECIAL ISSUE ON BUSINESS ENGLISH

The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic English announces the call for papers for its first special, thematic issue on Business English. We welcome submissions dealing with any aspect of this most pressing and challenging field, be it linguistic, cultural, methodological, or else. Today more than ever, Business English is considered to be a finely tuned, purpose specific tool, the imperative required to join, communicate and compete in the international, worldwide market economy that allows for an appropriate, rapid and effective response to its ever-increasing demands.  

The call for papers is open until November, 1st, 2014.

http://espeap.junis.ni.ac.rs/index.php/espeap

Special issue editors:

Nadežda Stojković, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia

Slavica Čepon, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Aleksandra Nikčević-Batrićević, PhD, University of Montenegro

 
Posted: 2014-06-25
 

4th issue

 
Fourth issue call deadline: 15-July-2014

Papers received after this date will be considered for publication in the forthcoming issue(s).

Call information:

We invite scholarly contributions for the fourth issue of the Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes. The papers are to be in the fields and the related areas of English for Specific and Academic Purposes, General and Applied Linguistics, such as (but not limited to): language policy, assessment and evaluation, translation/interpretation, the place of ESP in language education, methodology of English language teaching, ESP and English as a lingua franca, material design, needs assessment, collecting ESP corpora, academic writing, the use of contemporary teaching and learning technologies, lexicography, language planning, stylistics, pragmatics, CALL, discourse analysis, blended learning, language pedagogy, conversation analysis, phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, sociolinguistics.

All papers are double blind peer reviewed in a process that is efficient and without delay.

There is no publication fee.


Ass. Prof. Nadežda Stojkovic, PhD
Editor-in-Chief

Nadezda.Stojkovic@elfak.ni.ac.rs

 
Posted: 2014-03-11
 
More Announcements...

Vol 3, No 1 (2015): Vol 3, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

EDITOR’S NOTE PDF
Nadežda Stojković, PhD ii
BALANCING “JUST IN CASE” WITH “JUST IN TIME” LEARNING IN THE TEACHING OF EAP WRITING, REFLECTING, AND CRITICAL THINKING PDF
Ann Johns 1-8
AUTHOR STANCE IN ACADEMIC WRITING: A CORPUS-BASED STUDY ON EPISTEMIC VERBS PDF
Reyhan Ağçam 9-20
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONLINE VIDEO-BASED ENGLISH LISTENING COMPREHENSION PACKAGE PDF
Jessie Choi 21-40
ENHANCING LANGUAGE AWARENESS IN ESP BUSINESS COURSES THROUGH ENGLISH PERFECT TEACHING IN CONTRAST WITH BULGARIAN EQUIVALENTS. RESEARCH ON ENGLISH PERFECT EQUIVALENTS IN BULGARIAN PDF
Boryana T. Ruzhekova-Rogozherova 41-68
EXPLORING PERCEPTUAL LEARNING STYLE PREFERENCES OF UNIVERSITY ESP STUDENTS IN TAIWAN PDF
Kate Tzu-Ching Chen, Poyi Hung 69-76
FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING BASED ON ORGANIZING PRACTICE-ORIENTED COMMUNICATION IN THE CLASSROOM (FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF TEACHING MEDICAL ENGLISH) PDF
Galina Yurchuk, Anastasiya Lakhno, Vladimir Yurchuk, Elena Petrova, Larisa Nosova 77-83
Investigating the Impact of Facebook on Teaching ESP: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study PDF
Saad AlAmri, Ghazala Zahid 85-99
SCHEMA FOR POSTER DESIGN, DEFENSE AND ASSESSMENT PDF
Tharwat M. EL-Sakran, David L. Prescott 101-114
SELECTING AND ADAPTING MATERIALS IN THE CONTEXT OF ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES-IS ONE TEXTBOOK ENOUGH? PDF
Elena Spirovska 115-120
English for medical education in EFL context PDF
Basim M. Abubaker Faraj 121-148
Delving into EAP Teachers’ Classroom Behavior: Success or Otherwise of Learning Opportunities in EFL Context PDF
Zahra Qassemi 149-164
A PRESENTATION OF THE WEBSITES - ‘LEARNING SHOULD BE FUN’ PDF
Nada Radenkovic 165-177
TEACHING STUDENTS TO CRITICALLY REFLECT ON NEWS REPORTS: EXAMPLE ANALYSES PDF
James Bury 179-191
FOCUS ON ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN ESP PDF
Miloš Đurić 193-195
REFLECTIONS ON ESP TEXTBOOKS: THE CASE OF ENGLISH FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN THE ACADEMIC CONTEXT PDF
Natalija Panić Cerovski 197-199
Cambridge Objective IELTS, First edition PDF
Sharif Moghaddam 201-203
SUMMER SCHOOL - “DISCOVER KAZAKHSTAN: THE COUNTRY IN THE HEART OF EURASIA” PDF
Nadežda Stojković, PhD 204-208
Knowledge in focus PDF
Iva Matasic 209-210
New Trends and Challenges in Today's Europe - CALL FOR PAPERS PDF
Nadežda Stojković, PhD 211-212
SPECIAL ISSUE - LANGUAGE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES PDF
Nadežda Stojković, PhD 213-214


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