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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 May 2024

Volume 8 | 2024

Issue 43 | May 2024

EDITORIAL BOARD (PDF)

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Constructivist Pedagogy and ESL Learning in Nepal
Niraj Chaudhary

Abstract: This article explores the integration of Vygotsky’s social constructivist theory into English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom in Nepal. The paper discusses key constructs of Vygotsky’s theory and illustrates how its application transforms ESL classrooms, promoting learner-centeredness by providing social and linguistic opportunity. By emphasizing … 

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.001

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GB Shaw’s Pygmalion: A Study
Shaik MD Thameem Basha and Prof. J. Mercy Vijetha

Abstract: Noble Laureate George Bernard Shaw is considered as the greatest playwright in English next only to William Shakespeare by If or Evans (P.29). GB Shaw’s Pygmalion published in 1912 focuses on social realism. The work, apart from being a treatise on social realism, also contains colonial aspects. The present work focuses on the colonial aspects ingrained …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.002

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Linguistic Landscape of Gen Z: The Impact of English Dominance on Endangered Languages
Neha Garg

Abstract: This paper focuses on the linguistic landscape for Gen Z in India and the pervasive impact of English dominance over indigenous languages. This is a multifaceted examination through digital media, educational institutions, and technical advancements that have supported the pervasiveness of English, explicating the complex mechanisms of language …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.003

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Reading Habits in the Era of Digitization and Persuasive Technology: Analyzing Contemporary Readers of Different Age-groups from Indian Perspectives
H. Rupali Singh and Dr. Manish Kumar

Abstract: Reading widens knowledge and offers a wide range of cognitive, emotional, and social benefits to human intellect. An exciting reading depends on the availability of authentic reading materials and the clarity of purpose. Many readers treat increasing popularity and easy access to digital resources as a threat to Reading. The paper examines how readers …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.004

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Related Languages of the Latin Branch
Khalil Ahmad Burhani et al.

Abstract: One of the branches of the Indo-European language family is Latin or Roman languages, which are derived from the ancient Latin language that was spoken in an area of Italy 800 years before Christ, which was the foundation of the Roman Empire With expansion, this language also expanded and became the language of many Jews, later with the …

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.005

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The Critical Role of L1 for Bengali English-Language Learners (ELLs) in an ESL Classroom
Javed Pervej Nasiry

Abstract: In India, students have been mandated to study English as a Second Language (ESL) from primary through secondary school levels. It is commonly believed that the acquisition of a second language (SLA) is significantly impacted by the learner’s first language. Another common belief is that the influence of the learner’s acquisition (SLA) is negative. In other ..

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.006

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The Development of English Language Competencies in Higher Education in the Context of Media and Informational Literacy
Goran Brkić

Abstract: The paper presents the results of the research conducted with students in the first year of the Early Childhood and Preschool Education graduate study programme at the Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Zagreb. The aim of the research was to examine future preschool teachers’ experiences with English in their daily use and in preparing their … 

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.8.43.007

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