Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics
Kapak Resmi
ISSN 2149-1135 | e-ISSN 2149-1135 | Periyot Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2015 | Yayıncı Hacettepe Üniversitesi | http://www.ejal.eu

Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics (EJAL) is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed international journal devoted to promoting 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 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Authors are encouraged to submit complete, unpublished, original, and full-length articles that are not under review elsewhere.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 info@ejal.eu.

Article submissions are processed at http://www.ejal.eu.

Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics

ISSN 2149-1135 | e-ISSN 2149-1135 | Periyot Yılda 2 Sayı | Başlangıç: 2015 | Yayıncı Hacettepe Üniversitesi | http://www.ejal.eu
Kapak Resmi

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Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics (EJAL) is a professional, double blind peer-reviewed international journal devoted to promoting 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 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 info@ejal.eu.

Article submissions are processed at http://www.ejal.eu.

Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics Son Sayı
Cilt 4 - Sayı 2 - Eyl 2018
  1. Foreign Language Anxiety and Enjoyment in an Imagined Community
    Sayfalar 109 - 133
    Majid Elahi Shirvan, Nahid Talebzadeh
  2. New Beginnings: Trials and Triumphs of Newly Hired Teachers
    Sayfalar 135 - 153
    Andrea Dimitroff, Ashley Dimitroff
  3. Can Exams Change How and What Teachers Teach? Investigating the Washback Effect of a University English Language Proficiency Test in the Turkish Context
    Sayfalar 155 - 176
    Asli Lidice Gokturk Saglam
  4. Examining Turkish University Students’ Sense of Achievement, Motivation, and Anxiety: A Comparison of the English- and French-Medium Education Systems
    Sayfalar 177 - 191
    Hülya Fidan Uçar, Adem Soruç
  5. Eliciting ELT Students’ Understanding of Plagiarism in Academic Writing
    Sayfalar 193 - 211
    Irina Rets, Ali Ilya
  6. Tracing the Changes in Reading Scores and Learning Style Preferences through Reading Strategy Training
    Sayfalar 213 - 237
    Mehmet Abi, Şevki Kömür
  7. A Comparative Study on Speech Acts: Formal Complaints by Native Speakers and Turkish Learners of English
    Sayfalar 239 - 259
    Okan Önalan, Abdulvahit Çakır
  8. The Present State of the Aspect Hypothesis: A Critical Perspective
    Sayfalar 261 - 273
    Patrick D. Thane
  9. Motivational Factors in Multilingual Students' Learning Additional Languages: The Case of English and Turkish
    Sayfalar 275 - 299
    Ali Dincer
  10. Old Wine in a New Bottle: Implementation of Intensive Language Program in the 5th Grade in Turkey
    Sayfalar 301 - 324
    Erdem Aksoy, Derya Bozdoğan, Ufuk Akbaş, Gölge Seferoğlu
  11. Strengths and Weaknesses of Primary School English Language Teaching Programs in Turkey: Issues Regarding Program Components
    Sayfalar 325 - 347
    Ali Erarslan
  12. Informality in Applied Linguistics Research Articles: Comparing Native and Non-Native Writings
    Sayfalar 349 - 373
    Mohammad Alipour, Mona Nooreddinmoosa
  13. Motivational Orientations of Secondary School EFL Learners toward Language Learning
    Sayfalar 375 - 388
    Ramazan Yetkin, Semih Ekin
  14. Developing ELP Students’ Reading Skills through a Blended Learning Approach
    Sayfalar 389 - 407
    Chams Eddine Lamri, Hafida Hamzaoui
  15. Review of English Language Education Policy in The Middle East and North Africa
    Sayfalar 409 - 415
    Süleyman Gün