ISSN 2651-3110
Language Teaching Research Quarterly

Language Teaching Research Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research within the area of second or foreign language teaching. The journal is a venue for research that demonstrates robust new research methods and which report findings that have significant and clear pedagogical implications. The Journal publishes articles reporting research in the field of second and foreign language teaching with a main focus on language teaching and testing. Suitable research may be of qualitative or quantitative orientation or mixed-methods. Submissions should not only be methodologically sound, but also have significant innovative implications for language teachers and learners.

    • Volume 7 (2018)
    • Volume 6 (2018)
    • Volume 5 (2018)
    • Volume 4 (2017)
    • Volume 3 (2017)
    • Volume 2 (2017)
    • Volume 1 (2017)
Spiral Curriculum Following the guidelines of American Psychological Association
Pages 1-7Padmasani Kannan
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Issues of ESP in Kosova and the Challenges in the Teaching and Translation of the Criminal Law to University Students
Pages 8-18Xhevahire Krasniqi – Podvorica
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Content and Language Integrated Learning as an Approach to Foreign Language Learning in Kazakhstan under Conditions of Polylingual Education
Pages 19-24Kulandam Jolchibekova, Alua Nazarbekova, Elmira Kambarova, Nazym Duisenova
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Background Reading Text Technique to Promote Learners’ Argumentative Compositions: The Case of Second Year LMD Students of English Groups 9 and 10
Pages 25-56Lyna Sabbah, Loubna Sabbah
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The Problems of Translation of Cultural Aspects of Literary Texts and Its Evaluation
Pages 57-64Svetlana Milivojević Petrović
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The Use of Customized Board Games for Vocabulary Learning
Pages 65-72Antonina Pakholkova Mohamed
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WTC and Learning to Speak in English: A Narrative Inquiry
Pages 73-93Zheng Lin
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