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 Authors are encouraged to submit complete, unpublished, original, and full-length articles that are not under review in any other journals.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. 9 No. 1: February 2024

Published: January 11, 2024

The rhetorical strategies to create incremental innovation in applied linguistics research articles

1-19 Warsidi, Zifirdaus Adnan

Teachers’ difficulties and strategies in teaching reading online under text-based approach

20-40 Rindana Meidianti, Didi Sukyadi, Ika Lestari Damayanti

Coding learning model in speaking courses as an innovation to improve 21st century skills

41-61 Ixsir Eliya, Zelvia Liska Afriani, Muhammad Taufiqurrahman

Developing project-based e-module for contextual written language skills course at English language education study program

62-71 Rika, Anggraini T Saragih, Fahri Haswani, Yeni Erlita

Developing android-based literature theory learning media using the MIT App inventor application

72-83 Rio Kurniawan, Syukri Hamzah, Fina Hiasa, Didi Yulistio

Language learning strategies employed by proficient EFL students in learning speaking skills

84-101 Faniah Nur Azizi, Fazri Nur Yusuf

Systematic, active, contextual, technological, integrative (SAKTI) framework in the development of critical listening teaching materials

102-115 Nafri Yanti, Dadang Sunendar, Yeti Mulyati, Vismaia S. Damaianti, Malia Dwi Putri

Developing interactive multimedia in enhancing students' listening comprehension using Moodle and Thinglink

116-132 Citra Anggia Putri, Winda Setia Sari, Anna Riana Suryanti Tambunan

Development of a case method learning model to hone students' translation competence in language teaching courses

133-146 Masitowarni Siregar, Rahmad Husein, Surya Kelana Putra

Can the Merdeka Belajar curriculum really improve students’ reading literacy?

147-166 Muhammad Zaim, Muflihatuz Zakiyah

An implementation of integrated performance assessment model in vocational English for communication learning

167-181 Rika Wahyuni Tambunan, Hindra Kurniawan

Political contestation: Ideology and linguistic realization by 2024 prospective Indonesian presidential candidates

182-200 Amrin Saragih, Yuni Khairina, Khairunnisa Br. Batubara

Framing and metaphor in the discourse of Sumatran orangutans’ conservation: Ecolinguistics study

201-221 Muhammad Kiki Wardana, Misla Geubrina

Integrating the case method approach in 21st century teaching: Empowering the development of effective and innovative teaching instruments

222-240 Nora Ronita Dewi, Indra Hartoyo, Christine Helena Natalia

From flexible to subtitling: Exploring students’ experiences on improving listening skills through podcast

241-261 Widya Andayani, Alemina Br. Perangin-angin, Anna Riana Suryanti Tambunan, Winda Setiasari
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