Journal

The Leeds Language Scholar Journal (LLS) is an open access and peer-reviewed publication. Its main objective is to provide a platform to promote the teaching and learning scholar activity within the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies at Leeds and beyond.

Contributions are welcome from practitioners, researchers and students who are involved in languages and pedagogy as well as applied linguistics, language methodology, critical discourse, classroom practice, intercultural communication, psychology of language, research methods, Modern Language Teaching, English as a Foreign Language, assessment, EAP, sociolinguistics, linguistic analysis, ancient languages, creativity, translation, syntax, error analysis, communicative strategies and experimental linguistics amongst others.

The LLS is a UK-based journal that considers international contributions in multimodal formats and in any language, providing a space where scholars can place their work and receive feedback on it and guidance on any revisions required.

Alongside the annual printed issue, the LLS digital’s space hosts and showcases contributions, facilitating sharing and exchange of ideas. Submissions can be sent to the editors at any time. However deadlines may be announced for specific issues.

The Leeds Language Scholar Journal is published by the Leeds Centre for Excellence in Language Teaching.

Language Scholar – Summer 2017: Issue 1

Language Scholar – Winter 2016: Issue 0

Keywords/tags: languages and pedagogy, applied linguistics, language methodology, critical discourse, classroom practice, intercultural communication, psychology of language, research methods, Modern Language Teaching, English as a Foreign Language, assessment, EAP, sociolinguistics, linguistic analysis, ancient languages, translation, syntax, error analysis, communicative strategies and experimental linguistics, discourse, literature