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EJALTEFL Volume 3 Number 1                                                             


Volume 3 Number 1

Editor in Chief: Andrzej Cirocki

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The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL (EJALTEFL)
is a refereed academic publication which aims to disseminate information, knowledge and expertise in the broad area of applied linguistics. Strong preference is given to contributions relating to second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, teacher training and classroom innovation.

Volume 3 Number 1 includes ten articles presenting the latest research and scholarship from the United States, Oman, Taiwan, Iran, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Vietnam and Armenia and covers important topics the field, including:

Learner’s anxiety in L2 interaction

Teachers’ perceptions of the changing role of writing in the context of e-learning in EFL

Dialogue journals, imagination and narrative in teaching writing

 Conducting verbal reports to study Chinese-speaking English learner’s listening skills

Planned pre-emptive versus delayed reactive FonF

Assumptions of classroom-situated oral error feedback research

EFL students’ attitudes towards classroom activities

Tensions in the mediated activity of teaching L2 adult readers

The revised hierarchical model in Persian-English bilinguals

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