RSSTIJ 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 8 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 8 2021

| November 7, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 8 2021. We present 14 articles for your ongoing research in this area of Second Language Acquisition.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 7 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 7 2021

| October 31, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.2 2021. We present 7 articles for your ongoing research in this area of Second Language Acquisition.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.2 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.2 2021

| June 23, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.2 2021. We present 7 articles for your ongoing research in this area of Second Language Acquisition.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.1 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.1 2021

| June 14, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal, Volume 16 Issue 6.1 2021. In this edition, we present papers from Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Bahrain and Indonesia. It is worth noting that less than 3% of papers submitted for publication in fact make it through the various screening processes. This also suggests there is a rising global demand by authors who research areas of SLA but find difficulty in reaching an outlet where their research can be reviewed. It is suggested that university administrators and governments consider this when setting milestones that academics must reach in order to be considered for promotion or advancement or job interviews. Assuming our statistics represent a fair cross-section of SLA journals, then it is clear the profession as a whole needs to look to this imposing barrier and demand that is being burdened on the academic journals, many of which are run on a voluntary basis.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 5 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 5 2021

| May 16, 2021

The TESOL International Journal’s current issue includes a selection of research articles focusing on different socio-educational contexts bringing a relevant contribution to the field of teacher cognition that Borg (2003) defines as “the unobservable cognitive dimension of teaching”, and its impact on the language classroom.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.4 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.4 2021

| April 29, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal Volume 16 4.4. This edition has 19 papers with diverse second language acquisition researches from academics across the globe.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.3 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.3 2021

| April 28, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal Volume 16 4.3. This edition has 13 papers with diverse second language acquisition researches from academics across the globe.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.2 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 4.2 2021

| April 26, 2021

Welcome to the TESOL International Journal Volume 16 4.2. This edition presents 7 papers from academics across the globe with their latest research into second language acquisition theories.

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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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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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