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The Philippine Journal for Language Teaching (PJLT)

 (with ISSN: 2799-0273) now accepts original research articles and book reviews for possible publication in its VOLUME 56, ISSUE 1 and

ISSUE 2 to be published in DECEMBER 2024.           


The deadline of submission is on

AUGUST 15, 2024.


As a double-blind refereed and an open access scholarly journal, PJLT publishes well-written papers on current issues or topics on various themes, namely language education, applied linguistics, language teaching methods, approaches, and techniques, teaching English to speakers of other languages, Global Englishes Language Teaching, Filipino language teaching, teaching foreign languages, technology in language teaching and learning, literature-based language teaching, distance language education, sign language teaching, blended language teaching and learning, multilingual/bilingual education, reading, writing, speaking, listening, and grammaring, language assessment and evaluation, first and second language acquisition, language policy and planning, language curriculum development, instructional materials preparation, Outcomes-Based Education, K-12 curriculum reform, language teacher education, teacher training and professional development, action research in language classes, language for specific and academic purposes, discourse analysis in the language classroom, English for research publication purposes, Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers, teacher motivation, mindset, and wellness, teacher and learner feedback, translation in language teaching and learning, corpus linguistics in language teaching and learning,

world Englishes and Philippine English, and other related fields.


The journal does NOT charge any article processing and publication fees.


For instructions on submitting manuscripts, please email the Editor-in-Chief at


PALT SECRETARY AUDREY MORALLO to speak in the 31st International Symposium on English Language Teaching and Learning and Book Fair TESPA International Conference and the 21st Academic Forum of National Taipei University of Business to be held from November 5-6, 2022.

MORALLO will be presenting his paper titled Analyzing the Philippines’ EAPP Curriculum from 21st Century Learning and Paper Student-Centered Learning Perspectives: Opportunities and Challenges.



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The PALT COMMUNITY would like to extend its warmest congratulations to PALT BOARD OF DIRECTOR MARGARITA CONSOLACION BALLESTEROS, Director DepEd-International Cooperation Office, for being recognized by the United Nations thus awarded with the Service Excellence Award for 

Education and Public Service last October 27, 2022. Director Ballesteros’ meritorious contribution in educating the Filipino and the people of the world about the importance of the United Nations at present times and several other impactful contributions to the country.

Source: DepEd-International Cooperation Office FB Page


All smiles! Pangasinan State University PALT Chapter members flashed their best smiles as they received their Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Camp certificates of completion for the course English Media Literacy for Educators and English for Business Entrepreneurship.  The group is composed of AB English faculty members of Pangasinan State University Lingayen Campus headed by Dr. Edna Queriones. The activity was made possible by U.S. Embassy in Manila through the Regional English Language Office.

The MOOC Camp was facilitated by Mitchellene Vigilia-Rivo, PALT-PRO and co-facilitated by Christine Iñez Aquino, faculty member of AB English Language Program, Pangasinan State University.

The PALT officials recently had a dinner meeting hosted by Mr. Joseph Andrew Bookbinder, Director, Office of English Language Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S Department of State, Washington D.C., Dr. Carleen Velez, Regional English Language Officer, and Ms. Connie Chico, Language Program Specialist of Public Affairs Section of U.S. Embassy in Manila. The event was filled with fun and engaging discussions on the different programs of the US Department of State and how to strengthen the collaboration all for the service to our language teachers in the country.

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