The articles presented in this book bring together educators' work and experiences from various teaching contexts (Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, and Australia) in the teaching English in EFL contexts. This publication, therefore, offers this richness and diversity of contexts and experiences to the readers. What sets this book apart from existing books is its balance between and explicit coverage of both research, theoretical and practical aspects of teaching. This project has been prompted by the increasing split between the fields of linguistics, literatures and English language teaching. The book will uniquely address this gap. Additionally, the book gives practical classroom applications on how to use theories of linguistics and literary texts in the classrooms.This book provides undergraduate and graduate students, teacher-learners and practicing teachers, and teacher educators some theoretical and contextual knowledge of English language teaching practice and setting. Articles in this book can be used as supplementary texts for courses in the area of English Language Teaching, pre-service and in-service teacher education, applied linguistics, literature, and language and culture studies.