Journal Description

JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal with an editorial board of scholars mainly in applied linguistics, literature, and English language teaching (ELT). Published biannually by UNIB Press, Universitas Bengkulu, Indonesia with the ISSN (online): 2503-524X; and ISSN (print): 2502-7816, the journal seeks to disseminate research to educators around the world. Authors are encouraged to submit complete, unpublished, original, and full-length articles that are not under review in any other journals. 


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The Change of Article Template


To improve the acceptability of the JOALL's performance regarding the government's rule and the international standard on the journal's template, we have made some changes in the template of the article since the publication of Volume 4, Number 1, February 2019.

The newest template is here

Vol. 8 No. 1: February 2023

Published: December 4, 2022

Combining extensive reading while listening (ERWL) with cooperative learning

125-145 Kaoru Tsuda, Noriko Muramatsu, Willy A Renandya, George M Jacobs

Students’ understanding, attitude and experience on dishonesty and plagiarism: How undergraduate and postgraduate students of English Education resemble and/or differ

1-18 Safnil Arsyad, Azwandi, Alamsyah Harahap

Getting published in international journals: Perception of Indonesian scholars in linguistics and language education on the issues they face

19-40 Zifirdaus Adnan, Bambang Kaswanti Purwo

Engaging students to write procedure texts through the culturally-relevant activity of bark painting

41-58 Wigati Yektiningtyas, Ruth Naomi Nancy Wompere, Niko Kobepa, Tri Apniani Sunarsih

English as medium of instruction (MOI) in classroom activities: Teachers’ perceptions from eastern Indonesia

59-74 Sahril Nur, Auliyanti Sahril Nurfadhilah, Eva Meizara Puspita Dewi, Jamilah

Psychosocial impact of COVID-19 on achievement of adolescents with hearing impairment in English language

75-88 Samuel Olufemi Adeniyi, Olaotan Oladele Kuku

Sound stress patterns of nouns ending in -ion produced by English education students

89-100 Syafrizal Sabaruddin, Sufiyandi, Muhammad Fadhli, Zul Amri

Successful Indonesian startups’ product blogs: A digital genre analysis and its pedagogical implications

101-124 Nugrahaningtyas Fatma Anyassari, Novitasari, Tri Astuti Handayani, Cita Nuary Ishak, Nafisya Alfiani Aisyah

Exploring lecturers and administrative staffs’ strategies to hone EFL students’ digital literacy

151-172 Febriyantina Istiara, Tommy Hastomo

The hybridity of Indies culture in Indonesian novel translation into French

173-194 Arwatrisi Ediani, Sajarwa

Developing interactive materials of writing non-literary texts based on flipbooks for secondary school students

195-212 Yuni Hajar, Elly Prihasti Wuriyani, Muhammad Joharis Lubis

Time management and translation method in translating a scientific article: A case study on a professional translator

213-226 Amsaldi Wahyu Kristian Sinulingga, Rudy Sofyan, Umar Mono

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