English Language Teaching World Online: Voices from the Classroom (ELTWO) is an open access, refereed e-journal published by the Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore. It aims to provide a forum for ELT and English language communication skills practitioners to share and discuss issues concerning teaching methodologies, curriculum and syllabus design, assessment, materials development, and other areas of interest in the ELT and communication skills classroom.

ELTWO is updated regularly and welcomes the submission of original manuscripts related to the teaching and learning of English and communication skills throughout the world.

The library registration number for ELTWO is ISSN 1793-8732.

ELTWO is listed under the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

Latest Articles (2015)

The Evolution of an Online Writing Test Standardisation in a Pre-service Communications Skills Course for Teachers in Singapore

by Mary Ellis
National Institute of Education, Singapore
Anitha Devi Pillai
National Institute of Education, Singapore

and Chan Hsiao-yun
SIM University, Singapore

Abstract; Full paper (PDF)

The Novice Disciplinary Insider: How Novices Can Write Research Papers Like Disciplinary Insiders

by Percival Santos
Dongbei University of Finance and Economics

Abstract; Full paper (PDF)

The Impact of Use of English Outside the Classroom by Mandarin and Tamil ESL Learners in Their Accuracy with the Simple Past Tense

by Mike Tiittanen
Seneca College, Canada

Abstract; Full paper (PDF)

Reaffirming the Teacher Role within the Context of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: A Case Study and Relevant Issues

by Ourania Katsara
University of Patras, Greece

Abstract; Full paper (PDF)

Calls for Papers

Special ELTWO Issue on Multimodality

We are launching a special issue for 2016 focused on the theme of Multimodality. You are welcomed to submit your abstract for this issue to eltwo@nus.edu.sg by 1 March 2016.

CELC Symposium 2016
“Strengthening Connnectivities in ELT: Pedagogies, disciplines, cultures”

The Centre for English Language Communication welcomes the submission of abstracts for its fifth CELC Symposium to be held at the National University of Singapore on 25th to 27th May 2016.