TESOLidarity is currently seeking contributors! If you’re a TESOL professional with an engaging writing style and expertise to share, we’d love to hear from you.
TESOLidarity categories include:
- RESEARCH NEWS: snapshot summaries of recently published research relevant to TESOLers (from ELT-specific journals or broader educational publications). These should include links and references, and be written in third person. See example here.
- TEACHING TIPS: original articles outlining a best-practice technique, activity framework, or approach. “TESOL 101” articles for ELT newbies are particularly helpful as we build this site, but all tips are welcome. Please provide links for further reading, following the example here. (First, second or third person voice is fine.)
- OPINIONS: original articles sharing the writer’s perspective on an aspect of the TESOL profession. These can be standalone pieces or the writer’s take on another published article, as shown here. (First, second or third person voice is fine.)
- Keep the prose concise. A tightly-written 250-500 words is ideal, 750 words is acceptable, and 1,000 is the absolute maximum! (Think ‘readable on a coffee break.’)
- Query us at firstname.lastname@example.org before you start writing to chat through your idea. A simple “thinking of X–would this be helpful?” would be awesome!
- Do this for love, and maybe also for the glory. We can’t pay for submissions, but every TESOLidarity article you write is a ‘publication’ on your CV, and by contributing you’ll be doing your part to elevate the profession–indirectly helping thousands of learners!
READY TO GET STARTED? Drop us a line at email@example.com!