Sreenidhi’s Journal of English Studies (SJOES)
Sreenidhi’s Journal of English Studies (SJOES) is a biannual journal that provides a forum for the dissemination of information and views among researchers, academicians and other interested groups. It enables practitioners and researchers in EAP to keep current with developments in their field and to contribute to its continued updating. The journal aims to contribute to and initiate new debates related to English studies.
We welcome contributions for SJOES in the form of research articles, book reviews, interviews, short stories, poems etc. related to the genres of English like ELT, Literature, Drama, Poetry, Communication Skills, and Soft Skills etc. Rigorous critical and experimental writings will definitely be published ones the reviewers approve of them.
Authors must provide a brief abstract on a covering page with full name(s) of the authors and the paper title, together with a correspondence address, a short biographical note (75 words) and the contact number and e-mail address.
Submissions will be accepted by email as an attachment in Microsoft Word document. Authors must make sure that their contact address information is available only on the covering letter. All contributions will go through a rigorous process of anonymous reviewing after the initial editorial review. All contributions must follow the MLA Style sheet guidelines.
A declaration must be given by the author/s stating that the article is original unpublished work.
Copyright clearance will be the responsibility of the authors.
Article submission requirements:
· Title: capital letters
· Abstract: 150-200
· Word limit: 3000-4500
- Font: Times New Roman
- Font size: 12pt.
- File type: MS Word document
- A short note on personal profile and photograph (separate attachment)
Submissions have to be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please feel free for any further information)
Suggested ELT themes:
1. Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
2. Content Integrated Language Learning (CILL)
3. English for Specific Purpose (ESP)
4. English as Foreign Language (EFL)
5. English as second Language (ESL)
6. ELT methodologies and approaches
7. English for engineering gradutes