EaGLE 期刊

EaGLE

Vol.1 No.2

  1. Editorial
    Gi-Zen Liu
  2. Explicit Instruction in English Tense and Aspect as a Structured Form-Meaning Pairing System
    Mary A. Wu
  3. When Academia Meets Industry: Effective ESP Curriculum Development for Vocational High School Students Delivering Professional Business Presentations
    Yi-Hsuan Gloria Lo and Bella Oktaviani Sanjaya
  4. EFL Vocabulary Learning Through Reading BBC News: An Analysis Based on the Involvement Load Hypothesis
    Feng Teng
  5. A Valid and Reliable English Proficiency Exam: A Model from a University Language Program in Taiwan
    James M. Sims

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EaGLE

Vol.1 No.1

  1. Editorial
    Hui-Tzu Min
  2. The Changing Role and Importance of ESP in Asia
    Laurence Anthony
  3. Rethinking the Paths toward Developing ESP Practitioners' Specialized Knowledge through the Lens of Genre Analysis
    An Cheng
  4. From Globalization to Glocalization: Rethinking English Language Teaching in Response to the ELF Phenomenon
    Wen-Li Tsou
  5. A Global Language without a Global Culture: From Basic English to Global English
    I-Chung Ke
  6. Book Review: Resources for Teaching English for Specific Purposes
    Hsien-Chin Liou

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English as a Global Language Education (EaGLE) Journal
Call for Papers

English as a Global Language Education (EaGLE) journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that welcomes submissions from around the world. EaGLE aims to publish original research reports, theoretical works, and comprehensive and updated literature reviews. In today’s globalized age, English has become an international language (EIL) in cross-cultural communication, and a lingua franca (ELF) among speakers and writers who do not have the same native language in professional and academic settings. What kind of English should learners use to achieve success in these contexts? How should language policies be reshaped to better meet the demands of this new era? How can teacher preparation/training programs help practitioners acquire adequate language teaching skills and knowledge for the new contexts? How can learners’ needs best be incorporated in educational settings? How will course materials and curricula be designed and evaluations conducted to reflect the interests of learners, parents, teachers, and administrators? What do cross-disciplinary studies have to say about language acquisition and learning? To what extent have corpus studies advanced English language education? What can technology offer learners with regard to more efficient learning? This scholarly journal serves as a platform for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas on these and other issues.

Suggested topics of works to be published in the journal are as follows:

  1. English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)
  2. English as an International Language (EIL)
  3. English for Specific/Academic Purposes
  4. Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
  5. Computer Mediated Communication (CMC)
  6. English Language Policy
  7. Teachers’ Professional Development
  8. Language Assessment/Evaluation
  9. English-Mediated Instruction
  10. Curriculum and Materials Design

Author Guidelines for Contributors to the EaGLE Journal

  • Language of the Journal: manuscripts must be written in good English that international readers can understand.
  • Manuscript Style: APA (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. 6th ed., 2010). For frequently asked questions about APA style, please consult the APA Web Site.
  • Manuscript Length: 5,000~8,000 words, including appendix, acknowledgement, references, notes, figures, and tables.
  • Manuscript Format: (a) typewritten, double-spaced throughout (including bibliography, notes, citation, figures, and tables); use a 1.5-inch left margin, and 1 inch elsewhere; (b) refer to your own previous publications in the third person, and thus not “as I said in...,” but “as Chen (2012) argued...”; (c) refer to an institution where the study was conducted or where the author teaches as “Institution X” during the refereeing process, to retain anonymity; and (d) all electronic submissions must be formatted for American, letter-sized paper (8½ × 11 inches) using 12-point font and in MS Word, WordPerfect, or RTF (rich text format).

  • Submission Requirements:
    1. Manuscripts should be submitted online at (http://aspers.airiti.com/EaGLEJ). Author guidelines are available on the Journal website and a user ID and password can be obtained on the first registration.
    2. The manuscript should include a 200-230 word abstract.
    3. Authors should also list up to five keywords with their submissions.
    4. Once an article is accepted for publication, authors will be asked to pay the publication fee of NTD$ 2,200.

If you have any questions concerning the submission of your manuscript to EaGLE journal, please email to eaglejournal2013@gmail.com

English as a Global Language Education (EaGLE) journal is edited by Gi-Zen Liu, Editor-in-Chief, with three Editors: Hui-Tzu Min, Wenli Tsou, and Shin-Mei Kao, and an international advisory editorial board. EaGLE journal is published twice a year by the Foreign Language Center, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan.