Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes

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Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is a quarterly, open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Niš, Serbia. The principal aim of the journal is to present the latest theoretical and research developments in English for Specific Purposes, English for Academic Purposes, Applied Linguistics. We welcome submission of scholarly articles dealing with specificities of teaching and learning domain discourses, strategies and techniques in mapping needs analysis, curriculum and material development, assessment issues, discourse analysis, formats of academic writing, use of language learning technologies, language education policy. This journal also invites relevant book reviews and/or presentations, conference calls, interviews with outstanding experts.

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Authors wishing to submit a manuscript should first format their paper according to our template, register (mark reader and author role), log in, and upload (submit) the paper. Along with it they should sign and upload the letter of submission confirming the originality of the work, as well as compose and upload a bio-note of each author. Letter of submission and bio-note should be uploaded as supplementary files. Papers without any of these are considered incomplete submissions and will not be eligible for inspection.
The paper first undergoes preliminary revision to decide if its content is within the scope of the journal. Following that stage its blinded version is sent for review to two independent reviewers, experts in the field. Final decision upon possible publication of the submitted paper is reached on the mutual consent of the two reviewers and the editor.
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Announcements

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Vol. 5, No 3, 2018   

Pedagogical Conceptualization of Content Knowledge in ESP

Among the many specificities and challenges of working as an ESP lecturer, one of the greatest and the initial one is for them to abstract pedagogical content knowledge. This critical issue is often under emphasized and under explored in ESP theory and research. This issue of our journal invites submission of papers dealing with how an ESP lecturer who has first gained sufficient insight into domain content knowledge, organizes that knowledge to be presented for instruction, how is that knowledge conceptualized into representative units of discourse, semantic, morphological, grammatical structures, how is thus adequate methodological approach decided upon?
Paper submission deadline is August 31st, 2018.

Nadežda Stojkovic
Editor-in-Chief
Nadezda.Stojkovic@elfak.ni.ac.rs
 
Posted: 2018-01-16
 
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Vol. 6, No 1, 2018

Table of Contents

Articles

Darija Omrčen, Hrvoje Pečarić
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001-026
Tanju Deveci, Roger Nunn
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027-042
Milena M. Kalicanin
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043-051
Anthony Sellick, James Bury
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053-062
Dragana Bozic Lenard, Ljiljana Pintarić
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063-082
Chalita Yaemwannang, Issra Pramoolsook
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083-095
Halis Gözpınar
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097-106
Olexandr Lahodynskyi, Inna Semeniako
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107-114
Wenjie Shi
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115-124
Handan Çelik
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125-139
Wassim Bekai, Samar Harkouss
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141-150
Alvin Ping Leong, Hwee Hoon Lee
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151-164
Elena Belyaeva
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165-177
Rastislav Metruk
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179-189
Victoria Tuzlukova, Saleh Al Busaidi, Samantha Burns, Galina Bugon
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191-203
Halina Sierocka
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205-212
Nadežda Stojković
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213-216