TESOL Links is published once or twice a year, depending on contributions, and is provided free to WATESOL members. It is now also published as an e-journal and members are asked to advise whether they wish to receive a hard-copy or e-copy. If you wish to change your preference, email the memberships officer.
Articles, reports, notices, advertisements, reviews or any other item for inclusion in the journal should be emailed or posted to the editor.
Guidelines for Writing a TESOL Links Article
- Contributions should be typed in 12pt Times New Roman, with no formatting.
- Contributions should be emailed as a Word attachment to an email.
- Contributor’s name and work location or field of interest should be provided.
- All sources must be cited.
- Copyright regulations must be observed.
- The editor reserves the right to edit articles that are accepted for publication.
- A day in the life of an ESL teacher
- Review useful resources, e.g. books, programs, websites, games.
- Learning styles
- Customs/cross-cultural issues
- Language across the curriculum
- Report on a conference or seminar
- Using technology in the classroom
- “How to teach” pronunciation/reading/writing/spelling/etc.
- “A good lesson on teaching” grammar/ speaking/ listening/ etc.
- A personal perspective on teaching