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Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.3 April 2021

Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.3 April 2021

| April 25, 2021

This edition of the journal has been enriched with research from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Pakistan, and Indonesia giving it a rich perspective to place the ESL/ EFL issues. The studies variously focus on four themes that are of enduring relevance to the EFL milieu: Technology, pedagogy, culture, and language use, with technology ruling the roost, a fact which is evidence of the vast change that has come over the language teaching-learning environments of today.

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Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.2 April 2021

Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.2 April 2021

| April 23, 2021

We welcome you to Volume 28 Issue 2.2 April 2021. Academics across the Asian peninsula and beyond present research topics relating to Second Language Acquisition, which are now being published for your reading and research purposes.

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Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.1 April 2021

Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.1 April 2021

| April 21, 2021

We welcome you to Volume 28 Issue 2.1 April 2021. It is clear to the editors reviewing these papers that the pandemic has opened up many new avenues of research, pre-pandemic, pandemic responses and post-pandemic responses based on past research. Modes of delivery have been thrust into the spotlight with traditional classroom and pandemic responses being researched to present what the future will look like in second language acquisition teaching and research. Other papers herein also indicate the intense depth of research that global academics are putting into language acquisition research.

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Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.1 April 2021

Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 2.1 April 2021

| April 21, 2021

We welcome you to Volume 28 Issue 2.1 April 2021. It is clear to the editors reviewing these papers that the pandemic has opened up many new avenues of research, pre-pandemic, pandemic responses and post-pandemic responses based on past research. Modes of delivery have been thrust into the spotlight with traditional classroom and pandemic responses being researched to present what the future will look like in second language acquisition teaching and research. Other papers herein also indicate the intense depth of research that global academics are putting into language acquisition research.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.1 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.1 2021

| April 19, 2021

Welcome to edition 16.4.1 of the TESOL International Journal. The pandemic has, it seems, given global academics much valuable time to work from home and put their energies into research for we have seen a vast increase in the number of submissions. However, only a very small percent makes it through to publication as the competition to be published is indeed strong.

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Asian ESP Journal Volume 17 Issue 3.2 March 2021

| March 17, 2021

Welcome to the March 2021 issue of Asian ESP Journal (Volume 17 Issue 3.2 ). Turning to our current journal issue, we once again present a diverse selection of articles on the theme of technology in language education, ESP, and Cross-lingual language research. It features twelve articles with three of them being focused on professional communities of non-native English users. The remaining nine are, however, just as thought-provoking.

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Asian ESP Journal Volume 17 Issue 3.1 March 2021

| March 12, 2021

Welcome to the March 2021 issue of Asian ESP Journal (Volume 17 Issue 3.1 ). It comes to the readers at a very opportune time. New educational paradigms in the past year have clearly ushered in an upsurge of interest in technology in language learning. Perhaps at no other time in known academic history has research been as valued as now when its very purpose has been redefined as a unifying activity to develop a roadmap for a new approach to the philosophy of language education. Bringing such concrete empirical or theoretical studies to the larger academic community is an implicit endeavour of this journal. This issue too lives up to this challenge by bringing together eleven seminal studies on diverse issues to do with ELT and ESP.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 3.2 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 3.2 2021

| March 9, 2021

This issue reflects the interplay of EFL in various disciplines, effectively closing several gaps in available literature, which is also the reason it is special. Two, it includes research from literally across the globe, effectively covering both common as well as unique EFL issues, a fact that makes it particularly useful for our diverse readership.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 3.1 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 3.1 2021

| March 8, 2021

It is a matter of pride and privilege to present this edition (3.1) of volume 16 of TESOL International Journal. This actually comes at a time when the academic world is faced with serious challenges and uncertainties. It was around this time last year that humanity came face to face with the Coronavirus pandemic, a particularly difficult time for learners and teachers as they were forced to adopt a new educational mode: the virtual one. It would not be an exaggeration to say that we all encountered numerous pitfalls on the way, grappling as much with our concerns of the achievement of learning objectives as with our own and our learners’ physical and mental well-being. Yet, perhaps it was one of the most fecund periods of research endeavors for most of us as our spirit of inquiry was fired by the changed educational paradigm. Collectively, the academic world contributed to the creation of a corpus of literature on practically every aspect of virtual learning, an area of marginal research till now. It was also an opportunity for us to evaluate earlier teaching practices, think of new approaches and pedagogies, and in the process, becoming more sensitized to our learners. All these are reflected in this erudite, prolific, and truly enlightening collection of research, a collection which can be a beacon light in the field for a long time to come. In this issue, given its varying range of articles, we have attempted a thematic classification. We do hope our readers appreciate this change.

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Asian EFL Journal Volume 25 Issue 2 March 2021

Asian EFL Journal Volume 25 Issue 2 March 2021

| March 3, 2021

The Asian EFL Journal presents information, theories, research, methods and materials related to language acquisition and language learning.

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