English Teaching: Practice and Critique is a peer-reviewed journal aimed
at encouraging critical reflective practice and classroom-based research. It seeks
to promote theorising about English/literacy that is grounded in a range of contexts:
classrooms, schools and wider educational constituencies. It provides a place
where authors from a range of backgrounds can identify matters of common concern
and thereby foster professional communities and networks. Each issue will deal
with a distinct topic or issue.
The editorial board of English Teaching: Practice and Critique enjoys an active, collaborative relationship with the journal L1: Educational Studies in Language and Literature. Both journals publish in English, and both promote inquiry into language and literacy education, including the role of L-1 education within multilingual settings. Although ETPC tends to focus on the English-speaking world, it is also interested in exploring issues related to language and culture in other settings. A key focus for ETPC is the role English is currently playing in globalization, and the journal welcomes contributions which explore the interface between English and local languages and cultures.