Aims and Scope

BELTA Journal is the official journal of Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA). This journal is a vehicle of sharing ideas among English language teachers, trainers, researchers, policy makers, and practitioners. It is a double blind peer reviewed journal committed to publishing papers on English language teaching and learning. The journal maintains an international focus while at the same time encourages articles on praxis of English education in Bangladesh. It accepts contributions of scholars from home and abroad.

The focuses of the journal are:
  • Linguistics
  • Applied linguistics
  • Education
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Language Policy and Planning: Changes and innovations and resistances
  • Multilingualism and Multiculturalism: central and peripheral issues
  • Testing and Evaluation: Rules versus reality
  • Foreign theories of language learning and teaching: Boon or bane
  • Language Teaching and Technology: Challenges and opportunities
  • Teacher education: Sustainability and self-realization
  • Recent Innovation in Syllabus, curriculum and materials
  • New paradigms of educational practices and research
  • Interdisciplinary scope of ELT
  • Literature and language teaching
  • Language across curriculum