For authors

The Journal has sections "Scientific Research" and " Modern Fiction".

Fiction (till to 10,000 words) and poems are accepted in the "Modern Fiction" section.

Technical requirements for article formatting:

Margins: bottom, top – 2 cm; right – 1.5 cm; left – 3 cm.

Editor: MS Word. Headset: Georgia, pins (size) 14, spacing – 1,5.

The text is typed without divisions.

Scientific articles are accepted under the heading "Scientific research".

Before submitting an article to our Journal, the author(s) must make sure the manuscript is not under evaluation elsewhere.

Manuscripts should be 5.000-10.000 words. Submitted papers will be screened by the volume's editors before they are entered into the Peer Review Process.

Please do not indent paragraphs. Do not use underlining. Do not abuse italics.

Please do not use automatic hyphenation. If English is not for you native language, please read the article by a professional.

Author(s) from Ukraine may support the paper by the full Ukrainian translation of the article (if he wishes).

Author(s) from another countries may support the paper by the full translation into his native language (if he wishes).


- should be clear and concise, provide the reader with an idea of the article’s main topic;
- should not exceed 15 words;
- no subtitles, mottos or any other introductory words allowed;

Name, SURNAME of the author(s)

AFFILIATION of the author(s):
- the author(s) should mention scientific degree, academic rank, the institution of affiliation, affiliation address, city, country and the contact details (at least e-mail address) of all authors of the paper (if more than 1).
- ORCID, a photo of the author(s)
ABSTRACT in English
- should have 250-300 words, and should briefly present the main ideas expressed in the article;
KEYWORDS in English
- between 5-7 keywords, separated by semicolons;

ABSTRACT in Ukrainian
- should have 250-300 words, and should briefly present the main ideas expressed in the article;
KEYWORDS in Ukrainian
- between 5-7 keywords, separated by semicolons;



- the introduction provides the reader with a brief idea of the content of the article;
- should contain information about the scientific context of the research or theoretical article;
- scopes and objectives of the paper, hypotheses (if any);


- should present the relevant literature on the topics of the paper and should be structured upon specific analysis criteria;
- the scientific literature should be critically approached by the author(s);
- should mention the identified gaps that led to the current research. These gaps are what underlies the original contribution of the article;
- should argue the need for the research in the universe of the existing scientific literature and the conjunction point between it and the current paper.
- all sources used must be correctly quoted according to the 6th APA Style Manual.



- this part describes the methods and techniques used for collecting, analysing and interpreting data;

- in the experimental research papers, the author(s) should provide information on the sample, data collection;
- other details regarding the data collection process;
- precise and comprehensive description of the analysed methods, particularly when they are new or poorly-known in the literature;


- the results are presented in large, using tables, figures, graphics or any other type of visual representation destined to help the reader better understand the ideas resulted;
- the statistical data should be accompanied by explanations on its significance;

in the experimental research papers:
- the data that could contradict the hypotheses must be presented and analysed;
- the author(s) should present the way in which the collected data leads to the fulfillment of the research aim;


- the author(s) should clearly state the original elements of the paper that could be of interest for worldwide readers;

in the experimental research papers:
- this subchapter presents the validity of the research and its limits;
- the author(s) should present how the results can be extrapolated and generalized to the literature on the topic;
- the author(s) should consider and present the geographical, epistemological, methodological limitations of the research;


- the conclusions should be correlated with the objectives and the data analysed;

- in the experimental research papers:
- the author(s) should mention here whether the hypotheses (if any) were validated or not (in case of evidence-based research).

Acknowledgments (if necessary)

Acknowledgments usually include the recognition of the contribution of third parties to the research, that led to creating the article, or the actual writing of the article, but whose contribution is not so significant as to be considered authors. Also, the acknowledgments include information on the source of research funding, the research organization in which the authors carried out the research activity or research project in which the data was obtained.

Notes (if necessary)

Conflict of interests



- this part must be formatted according to the guidelines of the 6th edition of the APA Manual

It is very important to make sure that there is a full compliance between the sources mentioned in the text and in References.

The sources in the bibliography are listed in the alphabetical order.


Bakhtin, M.M. (1990). Tvorchestvo Fransua Rable i narodnaia kultura srednevekovia i Renessansa [Creative Heritage of Francis Rable and National Culture of the Middle Ages and Renaissance]. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaia literatura (in Russian).

Lerman, S. P. (2007). Proekt kak odna iz sovremennykh tekhnologii obucheniia [The Project as One of the Modern Educational Technologies]. Retrieved from (in Russian)

Panova, L. S. (2010). Metodyka navchannia inozemnykh mov u zahalnoosvitnikh navchalnykh zakladakh [Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages in Secondary Schools.]. Kyiv: VTs «Akademiia» (in Ukrainian).

Rozpochynaietsia pidhotovka shkilnoho vchytelia novoho pokolinnia [Training Begins for New Generation School Teachers]. (2016). Retrieved from (in Ukrainian)

Strunk, W., Jr., & White, E. B. (1979). The elements of style (3rd ed.). New York: Macmillan.

Van der Geer, J., Hanraads, J. A. J., & Lupton, R. A. (2000). The art of writing a scientific article. Journal of Scientific Communications, 163, 51-59.

An empirical research article or a theoretical article must contain a minimum of 10 bibliographic sources and a maximum of 50. The bibliographic sources should include modern bibliography.

Any paper that does not comply with the aforementioned requirements will be returned to the authors.