Dear AATK members, 

 

I am pleased to announce that the compilation of KLA Vol 21.2. is complete and the production is in progress. I would like to express my deepest gratitudes to contributors and reviewers, and many thanks to all AATK members for your continued support and interest.  .  

 

It is now time to make a call for papers for Volume 22.1, to be published in June 2018.  Please get in touch with me if you plan to submit a paper for the new volume.  

 

As before, contributions solicited for Volume 22.1 are in the following areas:  

RESEARCH ARTICLES 

9,000 words maximum

(e.g., experimental/empirical studies, qualitative/quantitative, classroom discourse, cognitive-functional linguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, applied phonetics/phonology in classroom teaching, cross-linguistic/cross-cultural topics, heritage language learners and teachers, National Standards for Korean, and so forth)

 

FORUM PIECES

-Best Practices for Teaching (BPT)  3,000 words maximum

(e.g., curriculum design, exemplary teaching strategies, effective assessment practices, professional development/teacher training, etc.)

 

-Voices from the Field (VFF) 1,500 words maximum

(e.g., opinions on teaching trends and practices, dialogue or commentary on articles published in the KLA or elsewhere, etc.)

 

BOOK REVIEWS

1,000 words maximum

 

Information about each category and submission requirements is provided in Author Submission Guidelines at:http://www.editorialmanager.com/kla/account/KLA%20Author%20Submission%20Guidelines.pdf

 

All submissions must be handled through the Editorial Manager system, located

at: http://www.psupress.org/journals/jnls_KLA.html   

 

**For consideration for publication in Volume 22.1, please submit your manuscripts for initial review by or before JANUARY 31, 2018**  Please also be reminded that submissions to the KLA are welcome at any time during the year.

 

I look forward to receiving your contributions. Please email me at haeyoung@duke.edu if you have any questions.

 

 

With best wishes,

Hae-Young Kim, Editor in Chief