Georgia Teachers of English to
Speakers of Other Languages

Georgia TESOL Newsletter Information

 

Would you like to write an article for the GATESOL Newsletter?

If so, we welcome your submissions. Please look at the following guidelines:

 

CATEGORIES:

Articles: Classroom ideas, field-related issues, perspectives and commentary on trends and technology use, and GATESOL grant-related. Length 700-1000 words.

Teaching Tips: Short teaching tips or lesson ideas. Length: up to 500 words

Book and Resource Reviews: Reviews of textbooks, professional development books, websites and other resources. Include a description, your critique and how this applies to teaching. Length: 300-500 words

News from GATESOL Members: Short announcements of professional achievements of GATESOL members (for example, awards, and publications in peer-reviewed journals) Length: up to 75 words

 

 

FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS:

Articles must

  • Be double-spaced
  • Include the category (Feature, Teaching Tip, Review, or News) in the document itself
  • Include title, headings/subheading
  • Include captions for images
  • Include a one-sentence bio statement (ex: "Dr. Smith is a Professor of ESL at (name) University.)
  • Not exceed length specifications of the category (Feature, Teaching Tip, Review, or News)

Submission for Articles, Teaching Tips, Book and Resource Reviews and News

  • Email manuscript as a word document attachment to: kshock1@yahoo.com; subject: "Submission for GATESOL Newsletter"

  • Images: In addition to including them on the Word doc in the place you'd like them to appear, please attach them as separate .jpg files and attach with the email.

 

REVIEW PROCESS:

You will be notified once your submission is received. The editor reserves the right to modify any material selected for publication to fit the available space, or to improve on clarity and style. Authors will be consulted prior to publication if changes are significant and may be given a chance to revise their articles if substantial changes or refocusing are required. Authors will not be able to make changes to their articles after submission. In addition, articles may also be held for future issues. DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSION

February

January 31st

May

April 30th

August

July 31st

November

October 31st


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