The "International Journal of English Learning and Teaching Skills" is a e-Journal published by the 'Society for Makers, Artists, Researchers and Technologists (SMART)', with the vision of inspiring research, academic discussions and pedagogic innovations on English Language Studies and ELT. This International Journal (IJELTS) solicits papers that promise a high quality of academic research output and innovation towards the area of English Language Studies. IJELTS will be a quarterly journal and will invite all researchers and academicians for their entries.
All submissions are subjected to a peer review process and strict plagiarism testing by our Board of Editors.
INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME 1, NO. 1
International Journal on English Learning and Teaching Skills is an attempt at creating a research platform for the pedagogic and instructive improvements in the fields of ELT, Linguistics, Language Studies and related academic themes. Vol. 1, No. 1 of International Journal on English Learning and Teaching Skills is an issue focused on an interdisciplinary discussion on various themes connected (but not limited) to Linguistics, Representation, Performance and Language Theory, Learning Skills, Communication, etc. This issue will look into the various avenues through which the disciplines of ELT and Language Studies have evolved to incorporate and generate new and multidimensional pedagogies. Vol. 1, No. 1 is the first of many efforts by International Journal on English Learning and Teaching Skills to bring forth academic dialogues of superior standards for the benefit of academic enhancement.
MANAGING EDITOR’S NOTE
I’m a firm believer of the idea that great things never come from settling in our comfort zones. That is certainly true for the International Journal on English Learning and Teaching Skills (IJELT) Editorial Body, which has spent the better part of a year working tirelessly to launch the International Journal on English Learning and Teaching Skills, and to bring forth Vol. 1, No. 1 as the inaugural venture. With this Issue, with great pleasure, we are trying to start a process of encouraging original research and ensuring academic dialogue that benefits the interdisciplinary approaches to Language Studies and ELT. Vol. 1, No. 1 is focusing on a variety of themes and disciplines in order to invite further discussions on pedagogic paradigms.
Samapika Das Biswas
International Journal on English Learning and Teaching Skills