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The English Teaching: Practice and Critique archives from Issue 1, Volume 1 to Issue 3, Volume 13 and remains freely available and accessible for readers here.
Emerald Publishing recognizes the role of WMIER in hosting English Teaching: Practice & Critique between 2002 and 2014.
English Teaching: Practice and Critique seeks to promote research and theory related to English literacy that is grounded in a range of contexts: classrooms, schools and wider educational constituencies. The journal has as its main focus English teaching in L1 settings. Submissions focused on EFL will be considered only if they have clear pertinence to English literacy in L1 settings. It provides a place where authors from a range of backgrounds can identify matters of common concern and thereby foster broad professional communities and networks. Where possible, English Teaching: Practice and Critique encourages comparative approaches to topics and issues.
The journal published three types of manuscripts: research articles, essays (theoretical papers, reviews, and responses), and teacher narratives. Often special issues of the journal focus on distinct topics; however, unthemed manuscript submissions are always welcome and published in most issues.
Future issues of the journal to appear in 2017 are as follows:
Scopus, ISI, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Social Scisearch, ERIC (Educational Resource Information Centre); The Publication Forum (Finland).
NB: Journal is indexed as 'English Teaching-Practice and Critique'.
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