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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
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Author Guidelines

Guideline and Formatting for Journal of Linguistics, English Education and Art

 

First Author’s Name

Name of the University

 

Second Author’s Name

University of Tehran

 

Abstract

The abstract should be clear, descriptive and should not exceed 250 words in length. Abstracts are written in 12ptTimesnewRoman.

 

Keywords:Keywords should all be written in lowercase letters and separated by commas.

 

HEADING ONE

Authors may use this Microsoft (MS) Word template by employing the relevant styles from the Styles and Formatting list which is accessed from the Styles group in the Home ribbon.

The body of the text (Normal Style) should be in TimesnewRoman 12, line space 1.15, spacing before is 0pt, spacing after is 10pt. There is no indentation for the first line of a paragraph.

Heading one: (Heading 1 style) TimesnewRoman 13, Bold, All in CAPITALS, line space 1.15, spacing before is 0pt, spacing after is 10pt.

Heading two

Heading two: (Heading 2 style) TimesnewRoman 13, Bold, line space 1.15, spacing before is 0pt, spacing after is 10pt.

Heading three

Heading three: (Heading 3style) TimesnewRoman, Bold and italics, line space 1.15, spacing before is 0pt, spacing after is 10pt.

Heading four

Heading four: (Heading 4style) TimesnewRoman 13, italics, line space 1.15, spacing before is 0pt, spacing after is 10pt.

TABLES

Tables are sequentially numbered with the table title and number above the table. Table text (Table Style) should be in TimesnewRoman 12, 1.15 line space, 0pt spacing before and after, and the word “Table” should be Bold. Tables should not have vertical lines as in the example below.

Table 1.Title of the table goes here

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FIGURES

Figures are sequentially numbered starting at1 with the figure title and number below the figure. Figure titles should be in TimesnewRoman 12 and the word “Figure” should be Bold.

 

References

Authors should follow the APA style formatting for references. During the review process, reviewers have repeatedly mentioned the inaccuracy of the references. Authors please make sure that your references are accurate, for this will reflect the quality of your work. Since, our journal uses CrossRef cited by linking; your references will later be uploaded to CrossRef database. Hence, inaccurate references will be rejected, which causes much delay in the publication. Common mistakes made are as follows:

  1. Authors’ name in general should be in this format (please see figure below).
  2. Besides PROPER NOUNS. Only the FIRST letter of the article or book title should be capitalized. Such as: Differences in perception of knowledge and skills between academia and industry: Findings from Taiwan.
  3. For foreign titles, place English translation of the title then original language in BRACKETS. Such as: Adding value: Learning communities and student engagement [In French].
  4. Journal names and volume number should be in italics and capitalized, while issue numbers in parenthesis, followed by the page numbers. Such as: International Journal of Information Management, 23(6), 507-522.
  5. Note the CAPITALIZATION used.
  6. Book titles should be in italics, with the city and publisher provided. Such as: Doing school: How we are creating a generation of stress-out, materialistic, and uneducated students. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  7. Volume number should be written in parenthesis after the book title. Such as: How college affects students: Findings and insights from twenty years of research (Vol. I).
  8. Edition number should also be written in parenthesis after the book title. Such as: Research methods in education (5th ed.).
  9. For foreign titles, place English translation of the title then original language in BRACKETS. Educational research: An introduction [In Spanish]
  10. For authors who are not people, use the organization’s name. Such as: National Survey of Student Engagement. (2006). Viewpoint. Bloomington, IN: Center for Postsecondary Research School of Education.
  11. Note the CAPITALIZATION used.
  12. For edited books add ‘(Ed.)’ for single editor and ‘(Eds.)’ for more than 1 editor. Such as: Blevins, W. (Ed.).
  13. For book chapters (or book sections), please remember to include the pages. Such as: Connell, J. P., & Wellborn, J. G. (1991). Competence, autonomy, and relatedness: A motivational analysis of self-system processes. In M. Gunnar & L. A. Sroufe (Eds.), Minnesota symposium on child psychology (Vol. 23, pp. 43-77). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  14. Note the proper use of ITALICS, COMMA, and CAPITALIZATION.
  15. For doctoral dissertation or masteral thesis, please use the following: Tsai, S. (1998). The effects of cooperative learning on teaching English as a foreign language to senior high school students. Unpublished masteral thesis, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  16. For webpage, please use the following: National Survey of Student Engagement. (2010). About NSSE. Retrieved April 3, 2010, from http://nsse.iub.edu/html/about.cfm
  17. Note the proper use of DATE ACCESS, ITALICS, COMMA, and CAPITALIZATION.
  18. For conferences, please use the following: Mok, K. H. (2006, January 13-14). Questing for internationalization of universities in East Asia: Critical reflections. Paper presented at the International Symposium, Osaka University, Japan.
  19. Note the proper use of CONFERENCEDATE, ITALICS, VENUE, and CAPITALIZATION.