Share your knowledge and experience with ETAI Forum readers!

We are looking for contributions that cover topics of interest to EFL teachers at all levels, from young learners through university: practice-oriented articles that inspire and suggest improvements to teaching and learning.  Here are some ideas:

  • helpful information for professional development
  • ideas for improving teaching
  • sharing of personal growth experiences that have influenced your own teaching
  • opinions based on experience and new ideas
  • descriptions of  programs
  • research-based solutions to problems with an emphasis on explaining and interpreting results, rather than on methodology.

 

Guidelines

Articles can be up to 2500 words long. Please send your article to: etaiforum@gmail.com as a WORD .doc file in an attachment. The name of the file should be your family name and the title of the article, or part of it:

e.g. Jones Teaching vocabulary.

Keep the language non-sexist; use they rather than he/she.

If you include references, they should be written out in APA style. You can find this in the “OWL Handouts” published by Purdue University – http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/. Cite page numbers in the body of the article if you use a direct quotation.

At the end of the text, include biodata of about 30 words in length, including your official job title, your institution/affiliation, and your email address.  This information will be included with your article.

Note that you must be a member of ETAI to publish in the ETAI Forum.  To join or renew your membership, contact Karen at the ETAI office. Contact details and membership forms can be found HERE