As Guest Editor of The Arab Journal of Applied Linguistics (AJAL), I invite you to submit papers on the following topic:
Dyslexia in the Context of Arabic: Opportunities and Challenges for Early Identification, Assessment, and Intervention
The Arab Journal of Applied Linguistics (AJAL- ISSN: 2490-4198) is a biannual, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal devoted to the study of languages and language education in the Arab world from different disciplinary perspectives, including education, language pedagogy, language planning and policies, sociology, psychology, information technology, translation, and speech and hearing. The Arab world refers to those countries that recognize Arabic as their official language. They cover a large geographical zone, extending from Mauritania in North Africa to Bahrain in the Middle East, with a population exceeding 400 million inhabitants. Though they share historical, religious, and linguistic traits, the Arab countries manifest degrees of linguistic, cultural, and ethnographic variation. Their language policies are by no means uniform, especially when it comes to the teaching and learning of foreign languages.
The aim of this Special Issue is to provide a unified forum for researchers and practitioners interested in applied linguistic issues, with special reference to the Arab context.Read more about Call 2: The Arab Journal of Applied Linguistics-Special Issue Fall 2023