Languages & Linguistics Journals
Since its inception, Castledown has had a particular focus on journals in the fields of linguistics and language teaching and learning. Our current range of journals may be see below:
David Imamyartha, Utami Widiati, Mirjam Anugerahwati – This study presents an analysis of structural equation modeling (SEM) which explores the association between trait-emotional intelligence (TEI), online learning engagement (OLE), EFL learning motivation, and their grades in English for Academic Purposes…
Hanne Tange – Review of Translanguaging and Epistemological Decentring in Higher Education and Research, edited by Heidi Bojsen, Petra Daryai-Hansen, Anne Holmen, and Karen Risager.
Tatyana Shelestova , Aizhan Nabiyeva , Anna Kalizhanova – The paper reports the results of an exploratory quantitative study investigating the potential of VoiceThread and Flipgrid as learning tools for the development of learners’ productive skills and enhancing learners’ performance…
Sara Afifi , Mohammad Rahimi , Joshua Wilson – The present multiple-case study set out to scrutinize students’ behavioral, cognitive, and affective engagement with written corrective feedback provided by teacher WCF and automated written corrective feedback (AWCF) provided by Writing…
Amare Tesfie Birhan – This study aimed at examining the effects of corpus-based instruction on students’ critical skills in academic writing classes.
Yvette Yitong Wang – This paper investigates the author’s classroom practice of implementing an interpretive perspective on intercultural language teaching and learning in two online intercultural workshops on the topic of face masks designed and delivered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Linh Pham – The present study investigates how technology can be used to create intercultural literacy among young EFL students in typical Vietnamese international elementary schools during EFL warm-up activities and discusses the implications for enhancing EFL young learners’ intercultural…
Andrew J. Barnes – This study examines a common pedagogical approach whereby students view teacher feedback outside of class time. Facilitated through Moodle, it aimed to investigate not only the effect of written corrective feedback (WCF) on learning outcomes, but…
Ardalan Kaveh, Ehsan Hadipourfard , Mohammad Baval – The present study examined the effects of mobile-based concept mapping on EFL learners’ writing fluency and motivation.
Al-Shaimaa M. Al-Rashidy , Marwa F. Hafour – The current study aimed at enhancing online reading speed and motivation of EFL learners through subtitled series as Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP).
Leander S. Hughes – The present study analyzes the chat data from Hughes (2023) to determine what features of interaction may have contributed to the advantage in L2 learning efficiency.
Yoshiho Satake – This study examines the effects of corpus use on learning L2 collocations.
Shu Li Goh – The rapid progress of technology has revolutionized learning and in the field of computer-assisted language learning, the use of digital games has expanded significantly.
Mei-Hung Lin – With the rapid development of technology, online writing instruction (OWI) has become an integral part of all writing instruction.
Jiuliang Li – This study examined the perceived effects of test preparation for College English Test Band 4 (CET4) on development of language ability and test performance, which has not received sufficient attention previously.
Brandon Kramer, Tohru Matsuo, Aaron C. Sponseller, Young Ae Kim, Suzuka Nishiyama, Stuart McLean – For many teachers and administrators, the degree to which attrition over summer vacation represents a threat to instructed language acquisition remains unclear.
Fatemeh Ranjbaran – Review of Pronunciation Instruction in English for Academic Purposes: An Investigation of Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices.
Kristopher Kyle – The Japanese context is a particularly rich area for a wide range of vocabulary research.