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Contemporary Language Teaching is a refereed journal published four times a year. It publishes research studies that apply quantitative, qualitative, or mixed method design to examine the issues related to language learning and teaching. It is also devoted to publishing high quality theoretical studies, meta-analyses and overviews of recent research topics related to second or foreign language learning and teaching.  Researchers from diverse areas of applied linguistics and language teaching are encouraged to submit their manuscripts to the journal. The scope of the journal is intentionally broad, as it is intended to offer an interdisciplinary platform for all those interested in language learning and teaching. 

Articles may draw on fields as diverse as applied linguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, educational psychology, intercultural communication, bilingualism and multilingualism, educational technology, second language acquisition, and may investigate or further develop areas such as:

Task-based language teaching and learning

Psychology of language learning

Teaching and learning language skills

Computer-assisted language learning and teaching

Classroom discourse analysis

Teaching English as an international language

Technology-assisted language learning and teaching

Language assessment


  • Publication in Contemporary Language Teaching is entirely free.

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