ISSN: 2149-1135
e-ISSN: 2149-1135
Founded: 2015
Period: Tri-annual
Publisher: Ece ZEHİR TOPKAYA
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Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics (EJAL) is a professional, double-blind peer-reviewed international journal devoted to promoting the dissemination of scholarly knowledge and exchange of academic research and professional findings on all aspects of second or foreign language (L2) learning and teaching. Due attention is paid to the teaching and learning of all languages as a second/foreign language. To this end, EJAL publishes theoretical and empirical studies in the form of original research, research reviews, case studies, conceptual frameworks, and innovative educational and social ideas with both regional and global perspectives. EJAL has a clear preference for manuscripts with a strong theoretical foundation and tangible educational and research implications. We, therefore, invite original submissions from around the world that fit within this aim. Authors are encouraged to submit complete, unpublished, original, and full-length articles that are not under review elsewhere. The online version of the journal is free to access and download. If you want to order print copies, please contact the journal office at ejalcontact@gmail.com 

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2021 - Volume: 7 Issue: 1

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3. Uncovering emerging identity performances of Turkish foreign language teaching assistants

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6. Extensive reading in an EFL classroom: Impact and learners’ perceptions

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9. Online and face-to-face peer review in academic writing: Frequency and preferences

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10. Fear of Statistics among TEFL Postgraduate Students

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11. Extensive reading practices in the Arabian Gulf region

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15. Pragmatic failure revisited: Jaworski’s (1994) study in a new light

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16. Language Identities of Multilingual College English Learners in Indonesia

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19. Teachers’ Attitudes to Syrian Refugee Students in Turkey

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23. Evaluating the Long-term Effectiveness of English Language Coursebooks at Turkish Public High Schools