Call for Papers


THAITESOL Journal is a semiannual,  peer-reviewed,  official,  international  journal  of  Thailand TESOL. It publishes articles, research papers, review articles and book reviews on applied linguistics and language learning and teaching. The journal serves as a platform for the scholars  in  the  field  to present their works to those who are interested. 

Preparation of Manuscripts

THAITESOL Journal accepts academic articles, research papers and review articles typed in English between  3,000  and  7,000  words  and  book  reviews  no  longer  than  2,000  words  in  length,  using  11 point  size  of  Times  New  Roman  and  1.5  line  spacing.  References in articles should conform to the requirements of the APA referencing system. Please include cover letter comprising the author’s affiliation, location, mailing address, telephone number, and email address and adhere to the following guidelines.


Language and font: Manuscripts must be in English. Use Times New Roman 11 point and 1.5 line spacing. Set all margins to 2.5 cm.
Length: Articles, research papers, and review articles should be between 3,000 and 7,000 words. Book reviews should not be longer than 2,000 words.
Title: The title should be concise and informative with all capital letters.
Authors: Give the full name of all authors and their complete addresses, as well as contact information for the corresponding author, complete mailing address, and e-mail address.


Abstract:        The abstract should  not  exceed  250  words,  clearly  summarizing  the important findings  of  the  paper.  It should contain hard facts such as objectives, methods and major results.
Keywords: Provide 4-6 keywords which help direct readers through the article.
Introduction: The introduction must provide the necessary background of the paper and a brief review of related literature. A clear statement of the objectives should also be included.

and Methods:

Describe the experimental procedures clearly enough for others to repeat the same experiment so that the same result could be obtained. A careful discussion of the methodology will include exactly who the population was, how many subjects participated, what the procedures were, where the research took place, how long the research procedure lasted, and all other details of the instruments (including the exact survey questions, for example).  In the case of experimental research, the description should include how the control group’s instruction covered the same content, length of time, and learning outcomes as that of the experimental group(s).  In general, this part of the article will be at least 25% of the total article.
Results and Discussion:


This section should contain “Results” and interpretation of the results in relation to existing knowledge. This section should begin with exactly what the data showed and then describe the author’s interpretation of the data.
Conclusions: State conclusion (do not summarize) briefly. Headings and sub-headings should be left aligned, with the first letter capitalized.
Other requirements: Indicate new paragraphs by using one extra line space.  Short quotations should be incorporated into the text and enclosed with double quotation marks. Quotations of more than about 40 words should be set off from the main text body by indentation, without any quotation marks. Manuscripts should follow the APA referencing style. That is, references in the text should be ordered alphabetically and contained the name of the author and the year of publication, e.g.  (Thomas, 2001).  References listed at the end should be in alphabetical order by first author’s family name and be consistent with APA referencing style. For direct quotations, include the relevant page number(s), e.g.  (Thomas, 2001, p.34). Tables, figures or diagrams should be numbered consecutively and included in the relevant part of the text. Each should have an explanatory title. Numbers up to and including ten should be spelt out and numbers over ten should be expressed as figures.
Standard  of English: Before submitting articles for consideration, authors are solely responsible for ensuring that their manuscripts have been thoroughly proofread and edited to achieve the appropriate standard of professional English. Thailand TESOL should not be expected to improve the quality of the writer’s English. Manuscripts  that  do  not  meet  this  requirement will  be  rejected  or  returned  to  the authors for  revision  before  the  peer review process is undertaken.


Submission of Manuscripts:


Prospective contributors are required to email a copy of their papers as a Word document at


All papers will be peer-reviewed by two readers. The DEADLINE for submitting the manuscript for the Vol. 31 No.2 December 2018 issue is OCTOBER 2nd 2018.


For further inquiries, please contact Assoc. Prof. Dr. Singhanat Nomnian at

or tel.+66 9792 8 8949