English Teaching & Learning (ETL) is the first scholarly journal in Taiwan dedicated solely to research on the teaching and learning of English as a second or foreign language. It aims to publish quality papers that contribute to all aspects of the profession, with a particular preference for studies that seek to combine both theory and practice. The journal welcomes submissions on course design, teaching materials, teacher training, teaching methods, language assessment, bilingual education, as well as from the fields of sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and other related areas.

ETL is an international journal with readership comprised of both teachers and researchers in the field of EFL who work in primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, as well as in the state and private sectors. In addition to teachers and researchers, readers include teacher trainers, administrators and policy makers occupying positions of responsibility and management in ELT programs and projects.

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Editors-in-Chief
  • Yeu-Ting Liu,
  • Hung-Chun Wang
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46 days
Submission to first decision
202 days
Submission to acceptance
10,262 (2019)
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  • Call for Papers Special Issue 2021

    English Teaching and Learning calls for submissions to a special issue with the theme “Individual Differences in Second Language Learning: The Road Ahead”.

  • National Taiwan Normal University

    The NTNU Department of English aims to prepare its students to become teachers of English in secondary schools and to enter other professions that require a good command of English.

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2522-8560
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1023-7267
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