TESOL Macedonia Thrace Northern Greece Members are invited to submit articles for publication in the e-bulletin.
Contact our editor, Maria Theologidou at email@example.com
TESOL Macedonia-Thrace members are invited to submit articles for publication in
the e-bulletin. Many people have expressed an interest in reading articles which present practical tips or deal with classroom problems-rather than those which are overlytheoretical.
Contributors should refer explicitly
to sources of ideas and these should be accurately cited and correctly referenced. Otherwise, they could be less academic and more creative and experience-based. Also, if you have the ability to create comic strips you may wish to contribute to the e-bulletin.
The editors reserve the right to negotiate with contributors on recommended changes to articles, but undertake not to publish unless the writer is satisfied with the final version. It is the responsibility of the authors of the article to ensure that copyright, plagiarism, and libel laws have been respected.
The views expressed in the articles do not necessarily reflect the views of the Executive Board of TESOL Macedonia Thrace, Northern Greece.
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Are you a student of methodology?
Then, this is for you! TESOL Macedonia-Thrace is all about English teaching, practical ideas for the classroom, new ideas, innovative ideas and why not those old but trusted ones. Are you studying methodology as part of your course at University? Are you doing your Celta or Delta? Why not send those reports/projects/articles you’ve been writing and have them published in our e-bulletin?
What’s in it for you?
Well, first of all, it’s a way to make use of what you’ve been writing throughout your course instead of filing them away never to see the light of day again! Other teachers - experienced or not-can benefit from what you write.
Take your first steps in being published.
All the big names in EFL started with writing for their local TAs and still do. Use it in your C.V.
Employers are always on the lookout for those who are willing to walk the extra mile. It doesn’t have to be 2000 words on Krashen’s Input Hypothesis or Chomsky’s Transformational Grammar or your 30.000 word dissertation. That little task you wrote on vocab games will do just fine!
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