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Next Issue-44, Vol- 8, Last Date for Submission of Papers: 15 July 2024. Papers can be either mailed to [email protected] or submitted using Online Submission Form.

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Next Issue-44, Vol- 8, Last Date for Submission of Papers: 15 July 2024. Papers can be either mailed to [email protected] or submitted using Online Submission Form.

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Volume8 March 2024

Volume 8 | 2024

Issue 42 | March 2024

EDITORIAL BOARD (PDF)

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Ecological Consciousness in Tribal Myths: A Critique on Mahasweta Devi’s The Book of the Hunter and Flora Nwapa’s Efuru
Jane Cicilia Barla and Dr. Supriya

Abstract: The identity of tribals is distinguished by their ecocentric values in traditions and myths. For a long time, tribals’ existence has pertained to nature which is well reflected in their myths. The eco-critical interpretations of various texts offer a revealing experience that how the relationship of man and nature has remained one of the essential elements …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.001

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Onomastics: A Brief Study of Kurya Dog Names of Tanzania
Dr. Chipanda Simon

Abstract: This paper dwells Onomastics investigation of Kurya dog names and the factors for their nature and nurture. The paper argues that names are not just for identification but are things. The previous literatures on domesticated animals especially in Tanzania talks on goats and cows, dogs have not been considered, thus it is the current study …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.002

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Parental Involvement in Learning of English Language in Makuyu Zone Muranga County, Kenya
Jane Wamaitha Wachuru et al.

Abstract: This study analyzed parental involvement in the learning of English language in terms of types and levels of parental involvement in their children’s English learning process. The study was based on the premise that parental involvement is a significant factor that influences Second Language development. The study applied Epstein (2001) framework …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.003

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Teachers’ Attitudes towards Using Computer and Mobile Assisted Language Learning at Upper Primary Level in Kyso Subcounty: Kitui County, Kenya
Deborah Kalima Mutua et al.

Abstract: This study focused on teacher’s attitudes towards the use of computers and mobile devices in second language learning contexts. The use of technology by teachers in education depends strongly upon their support and attitudes. The study applied the socio-cultural theory as developed by Vygotsky (1978; Lantolf, 2007). The study adopted a descriptive …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.004

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The Representation of War in Chinua Achebe’s Novel, Arrow of God
Dr. Fieni Kobenan Paulin

Abstract: This article analyzes the representation of war in Chinua Achebe’s novel Arrow of God. In fact, the precolonial period remains marked by several capital social facts. By doing so, the land war is one of the most important facts of the pre-colonial era, hence the major interest that the author has on this theme in the writing of his masterpiece. Several endogenous …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.005

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Theoretical Perceptions of Language Teacher Education: Qualifications and Principles
Dr. Bakil Ali Alwalss et al.

Abstract: The importance of teacher education and development lies in the fact that it prepares student teachers to become qualified to have the basic tools to become professional and effective in their classes. It is argued in the review of literature that effective teaching requires several proficiencies and abilities where teachers build on them via accumulative …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.006

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Using Reading Logs to Develop EFL Undergraduate Students’ Reading Comprehension Ability: A Case Study
Busarakham Intasuk

Abstract: It is important for pre-service teacher students majoring in English language to elevate their reading skill for their professional development. Reading logs is one of the reading comprehension tools to empower their reading ability. This case study research objectives were to inspect the effects of using reading logs to develop undergraduate …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.42.007

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