Call for contributions to BETA-IATEFL E-Newsletter

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite you to contribute to the next  issue of the BETA-IATEFL E-Newsletter (ISSN 1314-6874).

Please send your contributions to the editors at beta.iateflbg@gmail.com by 31.10.018. Submissions received after this date will be considered for publication in the subsequent issues of the E-Newsletter.

Your submissions can focus on (but may not be limited to) the following ELT  areas:

  • Your past and forthcoming class/ school/ university projects, events, and conferences;
  • Your thoughts and experiences from conferences, workshops, courses you have attended;
  • Yours or your students’ thoughts and experiences from external examinations and other forms of assessment;
  • A problem or some small-scale action/academic research, or even an idea for encouraging others to do such research, even jointly;
  • Your work in the field of ELT, sharing teaching/research tips and ideas, or your professional life narrative;
  • An interview with some of your students asking how they see English learning, what they read, what websites they follow, etc.

Please also consider the

 

Notes for Contributors

 

•          Your article must have not been previously published and should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

•          The length of your article may vary – short contributions of 300 – 800 words are as good as long ones.

•          Electronic submission of your article is preferred to the following e-mail address: beta.iateflbg@gmail.com

•          Text of the article: Calibri, 14 points, with 1.5 spacing.

•          Headings and subheading: Calibri, 24 points, bold, centred; first letter capitalised.

•          Author names and title as well as contact details should be submitted in a separate file accompanying the article.

•          About 50 words of biographical data should be included.

•          New paragraphs – to be indicated with one separate line.

•          Referencing should follow the APA referencing style.

•          References in the text should be ordered alphabetically and contain the name of the author and the year of publication, e.g. (Benson, 1993; Hudson, 2008).

•          Quotations have to include the relevant page number(s), e.g. (Peters, 2006, p. 76).

•          Tables, figures or diagrams should be numbered accordingly and included in the relevant part of the text. Each should have an explanatory caption.

•          The editors will not return any material submitted, but they reserve the right to make editorial changes.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The Editors

 

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