English Teaching, KATE Journal, English education, English learning, journal

About English Teaching

Aims and Scope

  • English Teaching is a refereed, quarterly-published journal of the Korea Association of Teachers of English, which was first published in 1965. The journal is committed to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in East Asian countries who are interested in connecting theory and practice of the learning and teaching of English as a foreign or second language in their local contexts and in broadening their views on English language education in general.English Teaching invites contributions on current theoretical and practical issues as well as research studies in areas including the following:
    • second language acquisition
    • learning and teaching language skills
    • curriculum design and development
    • instructional methods, materials, and techniques
    • language assessment
    • language planning and policies
    • teacher training and professional preparation

English Teaching publishes quantitative and qualitative research studies and response articles that critically reflect on current practices in our profession in East Asian context. Each issue offers around 10 research studies and response articles.

Submission Deadline

English Teaching, a quarterly journal, is published in March, June, September, and December. The spring and fall issues are international issues accepting only submissions in English. The deadline for manuscript submissions for each issue is three months prior to the publication month. All the manuscripts for English Teaching must follow the KATE author guidelines and APA style specifications. For more information on contributing, please visit Submission Guidelines page on KATE website.

Deadline Publication Issue
December 31st Spring
(International issue, only in English)
March 31st Summer
June 30th Autumn
(International issue, only in English)
September 30th Winter
(International issue, only in English)