ACELT Journal


Volume 1, No. 1     April 1997         (Php 75.00)

English in Practice:  How To Say What You Want To Say

  • Reinventing The Languag by G. Abad
  • English In A Linguistically Diverse Environment by G. Encanto
  • Why Can't They Take A Hint?: The Negative in Spoken English by R. Thompson
  • Teach `em How to `Tink!':  Critical Thinking And Classroom Questioning by J. Galdon, S.J.


Volume 1, No. 2     October 1997       (Php 75.00)

In Her Own Voice:  Literary Texts by Filipino Women Writers  (A Teaching Guide)

  • Listening to Women's Voices In The Classroom by E. Manlapaz
  • Close Reading and Literary Texts About Women by T. Pineda
  • Finding Other Paths, Listening To Still Other Voices by M.Orendain
  • Nurturing Gender Sensitivity by J. Que


Volume 2, No. 1     April 1998        (Php 75.00)

Exploring the ELT Paradigm:  Principles and Practice

  • Foundation-Building And Potential Realizing:  The PELT ELT Paradigm (Or: The Learning Cake) by A. Waters & M. Vilches
  • The ILW Framework In The ELT Classroom by E. Lorenzo
  • Levels Of Thinking In Language Learning by M. Gutierrez &  B. Lorente
  • Facilitating Learner Involvement:  Putting The Students In The Driver's Seat by J. Guevara &  C. Bautista
  • Making Grammar Work More Creative by M. Canilao &  F. de Jesus
  • Using Small Group Work In The English Language Classroom by A. Puente & L. Tajonera


Volume 2, No. 2     October 1998    (Php 75.00)

Philippine-American Literary Relations

  • Culture In The Classroom by D. Fernandez
  • NVM Gonzales On The English Language And Filipino Literary Scene
  • The Manongs:  Image And Change by S. Evangelista
  • Remembering A Legacy Of Courage And Struggle by C. Lumbera
  • Literature Written By Filipino Americans by T. Arambulo
  • The Problems Of Philippine-American Fiction by J. Chua


Volume 3, No. 1     April 1999     (Php 75.00)    

A Learning Centered Approach to Existing ELT Lessons 

  • A Process-Oriented Approach To Writing by M. Gutierrez
  • Pre-Reading Stage:  What Else Can Be Done?  by L. Akil
  • Designing An Intensive Reading Lesson by Christine Bautista
  • Developing Oral Communication Competence Through Small Group Work by P. Baldovino
  • Putting More Creativity Into Grammar Teaching by E. Covarrubias


Volume 3, No. 2     October 1999    (Php 75.00)

Maximizing Learner Participation in  ELT Classrooms

  • Facilitating Learner Involvement In The Language Classroom by C. Avellana
  • Getting Learners More Involved In Their Own Learning by G. Rubio
  • Facilitating Writing Activities Through Small Group Work by M. Canilao
  • Planning and Managing Small Group Work by J. Fernandez
  • Making Small Group Work Via Cooperative Learning by E. Cayabyab  and G. Jacobs


Volume 4,  No. 1     April 2000     (Php 75.00)

Literature in the Language Classroom

  • Learning and Teaching English Language and Literature: Windows in the Global Village by E. Pefiano
  • Language and Literature: The Inseparable Interface by M. Vilches
  • Integrating Language and Literature: an approach to Teaching Literacy texts by R. Pison
  • “Wedding Dance”: Stylistic Analysis and Teaching Ideas by A. Barrios
  • Making Lit A. Hit: Working with Literature in the SEDP textbook by B. Lorente


Volume 4,  No. 2     October 2000     (Php 75.00)

Issues and Challenges in ELT

  • Interactive by C. de Quiros
  • English as Access to Knowledge by M. Martin
  • English Communications Skills and the World of Work by M. Vicente
  • Communicative Language Teaching Activities (CLTAs) by G. Gibbsons
  • The Place Of Critical Language Awareness in The ESL Classroom by C. Lin
  • Creating Lessons for Language Learning: Principles and Practice by G. Lim & M. Gutierrez
  • Looking for Lice (Lies) in the Old Man’s Wings: An English Lit Lesson by A. Loredo


Volume 5,  No. 1     April 2001     (Php 75.00)

Language Learning and Its Implications on Teacher Development

  • Teaching English via Civics: a Sheltered Content Approach by C. Dicker
  • Building Students’ Confidence in their language Learning Abilities: a Teacher Training Activity by E. Lorenzo
  • A Teacher Training Activity on the Teaching of Listening by S. Estrella
  • Culture in the ELT Classroom by T. Kiss


Volume 5, No. 2     October 2001     (Php 75.00)

Theorizing from Classroom Experience

  • The Use of Discovery Technique or Problem Solving in Teaching Grammar: A Classroom-based Research by F. Arboleda
  • “Where Do I Go From Here?”: Investigating Autonomy and Form-Focused Instruction by J. Mirador
  • Language Learning Strategies of a Multicultural Group: Influences and Implications by R. Plana
  • Teaching Ideas: “SILENT HILLS” by Lina Espina –Moore by L. Mendoza


Volume 6, No. 1         April 2002     (Php 150.00)

LEARNING TO TEACH, TEACHING TO LEARN: Issues, Options, and Directions in Language and Literature Education

  • The Politics of teaching English: a case Study of the Impact of English on Filipino Women Writers by E. Manlapaz
  • New Englishes, New Literatures in English: Challenges for ELT Practitioners by M. Vethamani
  • Writing In English As Filipino by G. Abad
  • Philippine Fiction From English as a Lingua Franca by I. Cruz
  • Australian Aboriginal English as a Lingua Franca by A. Kirkpatrick
  • The Grammar of Culture; Philippine English Variety by M. Reyes-Otero
  • Stop Talking Start Listening: Role of Feedback in Improving Teaching by M. David
  • Reflective Practice for English Language Teachers by T. Farrell
  • Teaching Argumentative Writing at the Primary Level: A Singapore Experience by K. Guat Hua
  • Challenge and Christopher Brumfit by G. Lim


Volume 6, No. 2         April 2002     (Php 150.00)

LEARNING TO TEACH, TEACHING TO LEARN: Issues, Options, and Directions in Language and Literature Education

  • English as a Global Language : Implications for Teaching by T. Hung
  • Two Languages In the Classroom: Clashing Codes or Coexisce? by J. McLellan & P. Chua-Wong
  • Demythologizing English as an Economic Asset: The Case of Filipina Domestic Workers in Singapore by B. lorente & T. Tupas
  • Re-searching Language Teaching by C. Villareal
  • The Role of Materials in Communicative ESL Teaching Learning; Experiencing  English by E. Pascasio
  • Is There Grammatical Intricacy in the Classroom? by W. Geok
  • Indigenous Literature: To Enjoy and Learn From by L. Escober-dela Rosa


Volume 7, No. 1         April 2003     (Php 150.00)

LEARNING TO TEACH, TEACHING TO LEARN:  Issues, Options, and Directions in Language and Literature Education

  • Task-Based language Teaching: Principles and Practice by W. Littlewood
  • Catering for Multiple Intelligences a Foreign-Language Lesson Plan Involving Occupations by R. Plamberg
  • In and Out of Two languages: Acquisition of Code-Switching by Filipino Billingual Children by E. Yamada
  • English in The Philippines: Menace or Driver? by K. Emmrich-Haag
  • Matacognitive Instruction vis-à-vis Learners’ Reading Comprehension by L. Valles-Akil
  • Re-Presenting Texts: Principles for Designing Language-Based Materials for Teaching Literature by R. Pison
  • English language Use Among Undergraduates in University Science Malaysia: A Survey by A. Che Lah and S. Kaur                                               


Volume 7, No. 2    October 2003     (Php 150.00)

LEARNING TO TEACH, TEACHING TO LEARN:  Issues, Options, and Directions in Language and Literature Education

  • "Knowing What’ And ‘Knowing How’:  Process-Oriented Teacher Training Procedures by M. Vilches    
  • What Teachers Know: Question, Response and Group Collaboration in Teacher Training by J Holst   
  • Improving Practice:  The Case for Reflective Teaching by M.C. Lin
  • What Makes for Empowerment in Teacher Training? by I. Martin   
  • The Process Approach to Writing: A Principled and Research-based Writing Pedagogy by E. Batin   
  • Translation as a Strategy for Composition:  The Case of an Adult Korean Learner by C. Nuñez   
  • The Use of Scaled Passages in Assessing Text     Difficulty: Implications for Material Selection Difficulty:  Implications For Material Selection and Development by N. Hermosa
  • Desti/Nation:  Teaching a Philippine Poem in English by D. Remoto   
  • Intertextuality as a Pedagogical Tool:  Literature as Gateway to other Texts by G. Pesigan       


Volume 8, No. 1         April 2004     (Php 100.00)


  • Discourse Features and Strategies In Students’ Argumentative Writing at Pre-university Level by C. Mei Lin Ho
  • A Task-Based Approach to Syllabus Design by G. Astika
  • Making Learners Fall in Love with Learning:  The Art of Integrating Disciplines by E. Canilao
  • Error Analysis for Praxis by P. Love


Volume 8, No. 2         October 2004     (Php 100.00)


  • The Breakthrough of the Classic by E. Calasanz
  • Not Your Mother’s Shakepeare’s:  Teaching the Classic Today by J.C. Ick
  • Constructing and Deconstructing by R. Darvin
  • Text, Context, and Experience:  A Framework for Teaching the Classics by R. Bolipata-Santos
  • How to Use Internet and Multimedia Resources for Teaching Literature by R. Acuna
  • Re-Presenting Texts: Principles for Designing Language-Based Materials for Teaching Literature by R. Pison
  • English language Use Among Undergraduates in University Science Malaysia: A Survey by A. Che Lah and S. Kaur                   


Volume 9, No. 1         April 2005     (Php 100.00)


  • Using the TLC Treatment in the Literature Classroom:  A task-based Approach to Teaching World Literature by E. Canilao
  • When a Zebra is Just a Zebra: Revisiting the Concept of Symbol in the Classroom by C. Diaz and L Ypil
  • Teaching Science Fiction by K. Cardenas
  • Finding the Rose in a Thorny Problem by P. Tan-Cruz   


Volume 9, No. 2        October 2005     (Php 100.00)


  • Keys to a Craft;  Taeching and Writitng English Literature by A. Yuson   
  • Why I Write in English by J. Dalisay, Jr.  PhD   
  • Revisiting Clustering in the Writing Class by M. C. Lin
  • Teaching Reflections and Suggestions Responding to L2 Writing by M. Orendain, PhD, M. Paterno  and C. Nuñez


Volume 10, No. 1     April 2006     (Php 100.00)


  • Philippine Media but not Diverse by S. Coronel    
  • More Than Words: Visual Literacy in the Language Classroom by R. Darvin   
  • Wicked, Wild, and the Wise Words:  Helping Young Learners Must Answer in the Classroom by M. Tomas
  • To Think or Not To Think – That is the Question That Learners Must Answer in the Classroom by M. Canilao


Volume10, No.2     October 2006     (Php 100.00) ***LAST ISSUE of The ACELT JOURNAL***


  • Critical Practice in the Language Classroom by I. Cruz, PhD
  • Investigating Power in the Language Classroom:  Opportunities for Critical Pedagogy by I. Martin, PhD
  • Using Critical Thinking to Foreground Class and Gender by M. Orendain, PhD
  • Teaching Ideas:  Stopping to Think About Our English by R. dela Cruz