International Journal of Language Instruction – Vol. 2 No. 4 (2023): Language Instruction

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Published: 11-12-2023
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Dear authors and colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the launch of Volume 2, Issue 4 of the International Journal of Lan-guage education, which contains a collection of innovative and insightful academic papers that make significant contributions to the field of language education.

Following the COVID-19 outbreak, live interactive workbooks gained popularity in Jamaican foreign language instruction. Oneil N. Madden, Ryan Sweeney, and Alexious Gonzales car-ried out a study on 16 university students and 7 high school teachers to fill a research gap by demonstrating the usefulness of live worksheets and clarifying the problems and advantages of their implementation.

Ngo Thi Cam Thuy and Doan Le Anh Thu of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at Van Lang University in Vietnam explored independent academic vocabulary learning using mobile apps used by EFL students. Through the use of a mobile application, the experimental group outper-formed the control group in all three final evaluations. This research highlights the potential of mobile apps as self-contained aids for vocabulary acquisition in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) contexts.

Dinh Thanh Hung of Tay Do University in Can Tho City, Vietnam, researched university in-structors’ perspectives on the usage of multimedia resources in EFL classes. According to the data, the agreement of 155 lecturers in the Mekong Delta is largely favorable, emphasizing the benefits for language development and education. Difficulties include technical limits, empha-sizing the ongoing need of incorporating technology into classes and preparing lesson plans.

The breadth and variety of these publications demonstrate our authors’ dedication to expanding language education knowledge and practice. We are grateful to the writers for their hard work and insightful comments.

In addition, I’d like to thank our excellent editorial board for their counsel and support during the publishing process. Their knowledge and dedication to excellence have been critical in sustaining the high quality of our newspaper.

A special thanks also goes to our hardworking reviewing crew. Their thorough review and helpful criticism were critical in assuring the academic integrity of the published publications.We encourage our readers to investigate the contents of this issue and participate in the unique research offered. The International Journal of Language Instruction is still dedicated to providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of cutting-edge research in language instruction.

Thanks God for everything!

With warm regards,

Associate Professor Dr. Pham Vu Phi Ho


Faculty of Foreign Languages, Van Lang University