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We are very happy to announce that the second issue of volume three in 2021 of Focus on ELT Journal includes five contributions, three of which are research articles featuring particular topics in language learning and teaching with different paradigms. This issue also covers two book reviews, recently published, giving comprehensive views about English language learner resources for supporting writing skill and the scope of teacher autonomy. It is noteworthy to state that with this issue, our journal has completed the third year in the field of ELT, which not only makes us excited and motivated for the next issues but also lays a burden on us to go forward and make more efforts contributing to our specific field with more relevant and robust studies.
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Acar, S. C. (2021). An investigation into gender representations in an English coursebook. Focus on ELT Journal, 3(2), 51-64. https://doi.org/10.14744/felt.2021.3.2.4
Békés, E. A. (2021). Book Review: Developing language teacher autonomy through action research. Focus on ELT Journal, 3(2), 69-72 https://doi.org/10.14744/felt.2021.3.2.6
Demir, A. N. (2021). An extended literature review on in-service EFL teachers’ self-efficacy beliefs. Focus on ELT Journal, 3(2), 36-50. https://doi.org/10.14744/felt.2021.3.2.3
Haq, H. (2021). Book Review: Writing for change: An advanced ELL resource. Focus on ELT Journal, 3(2), 65-68. https://doi.org/10.14744/felt.2021.3.2.5
Yu, X., & Altunel, V. (2021). Creating a frequency-based Turkish-English loanword cognates word list (TELCWL). Focus on ELT Journal, 3(2), 5-35. https://doi.org/10.14744/felt.2021.3.2.2