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Author Guidelines

Submission Categories

The Editorial Board of HUELE Journal of Applied Linguistics and Culture welcomes two categories of submissions that have never been submitted nor published anywhere for consideration. the submission falls into two main categories as follows:

1. Feature Articles

HUELE Journal of Applied Linguistics and Culture publishes two types of feature articles: 1) research-based, with strong pedagogical implications, and 2) theory- or concept-based practice. Both categories should showcase 1) strong links between theory/research and practice and 2) relevance to the broader studies in English language teaching, literature, and cultures. All feature articles should contain an abstract of 150–200 words.

a. Research-Based Features (3,000-5,000 words)

Manuscripts in this category address issues from an applied research perspective, reporting on data-based studies which is relevant to the pedagogy. Research can be qualitative, quantitative, mixed, or other with robust theoretical framework.

b) Theory- or Concept-Based Practice Features (1,500-3000 words)

Manuscripts in this category address practical strategies, techniques, approaches, and methods from a theoretical or conceptual perspective. For example, a manuscript may suggest instructional strategies based on particular method or techniques that support the principles of task engagement. The articles must be written clearly, which enable other teachers readily apply the theory or techniques to their classrooms.


2. Classroom Exploration (1,500-3000 words)

This category provides a forum for English teachers and students to share personal perspectives on their own learning, issues, challenges, successes, and stories that will provide valuable information to practitioners in terms of developing multiple perspectives on language instruction. Each submission should be based in a theoretical, conceptual, or research perspective, briefly outlined and supported in the first paragraph. The narrative reflection is followed by using first person singular to approach the reader. Classroom teachers and pre-service teachers are encouraged to submit in this category. 

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