The Journal of Language and Translation (JLT) considers only “full-length research papers” for publication. Full-length articles typically present empirical research and analyse original data that the author has obtained using sound research methods. JLT publishes both quantitative and qualitative studies.
Manuscripts should be 5,000-8,000 words including references, notes, and tables, located in the most recent research on the topic as well as in the more general research area in which it is situated. Please indicate the number of words in the section “Note for Editor” while submitting your manuscript.
To facilitate the submission process, please have the following items at hand before you begin:
• names and contact info for all authors • cover letter • abstract • manuscript • tables • figures • acknowledgments (if any)
Please also note that All in text citations and references should be written according to APA 6th Edition.
Author/s will have to download and install the EndNote. All in text citations and references should be incorporated via the EndNote. Authors should also include the EndNote library with their submissions as well.
If you have questions about the submission process, please contact Adnan Satariyan, Executive Manager at Adnan.Satariyan@utas.edu.au or TTLT@azad.ac.ir
Pease refer to the "Submission Guidelines" below for the general guidelines on how to frame your manuscript.
The Journal of Language and Translation (JLT) publishes original papers and studies on English language teaching, translation and literature within the scope of applied linguistics. More specifically, the areas include:
Foreign and second language development
Teacher education with focus on ELT
Early childhood education
Critical pedagogies in language teaching
English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
The peer-reviewed Journal of Language and Translation (JLT) invites researchers to submit previously unpublished papers within any one of the aforementioned realms of study. Papers should be mainly genuine research studies with all necessary details of the procedure and data analyses. Drafts, which need to be submitted electronically via submission link of the website should be between 5000 to 8000 words, including tables, figures, references, and appendixes.
Any of the articles in the present issue can be used as a model for preparing the manuscript; nevertheless, some major guidelines are listed below:
1. Title page: This page should include the full title and the name, institutional affiliation, email address, and contact number of the author. The title should be center justified and bolded in Times New Roman, size 14. If more than one author, the above information should be for each author and the person to whom correspondence should be sent must be indicated.
2. Abstract: The abstract should be an informative summary of the purpose, participants, design, data collection and analysis, the main points and also the findings of the study. It must be between 150 and 200 words. Relevant keywords (not less than four) should appear immediately after the abstract. Please note that an abstract should not include in text citations.
3. Text: The whole paper must be typed in single-spaced format with one- inch (2.54 cm) margins on the right, left, top, and bottom of each page. The first line of every paragraph except the one following a heading should be indented and the right margin must be justified. The font should be 12 pt Times New Roman.
4.The introduction contains: a. Statement of the Problem b. Background/Review of Literature c. Purpose and Rationale/ Hypothesis (Hypotheses)
5.The result section contains: a. Tables and Figures
b. Qualitative data
c. Statistical and quantitative data 6.The discussion section contains:
a. Reflectingonresearchquestion(s) b. a. Supporting or Non-Supporting of Hypothesis (Hypotheses)
c. Practical/ Theoretical Implications
7.Tables and figures: All tables and figures must appear in the text, typed and numbered consecutively containing a short title.
8.The author(s): A short bio-data of the author(s) including their title, last degree, number of publications and presentations in domestic and international conferences as well as their main area of research interest should appear before references.
9.References: This section contains every work cited in the text in an alphabetical order.
For more information please refer to Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2010.