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                                MinneTESOL/WITESOL Journal

                                         Special Topic Issue: Research and Best Practice Concerning the Instruction of ESL Learners with Low Levels of Literacy

 

The MinneTESOL/WITESOL Journal seeks contributions for Volume 25 to be published online in the summer of 2008.  This volume will be a special topic volume, and we especially seek contributions related to the theme. Submissions of the following type will be considered: 

Articles (15-20 pages) or Reports (7-10 pages) about:

          Instructional methods, techniques, and materials
         Work-in-progress or research with implications for ESL
          Issues in ESL curriculum and program design
          Testing, assessment, and evaluation in ESL
          Professional preparation
          Sociopolitical issues in ESL
          Learner perspectives about language learning       

Reviews (500-1,500 words) on recently published ESL materials

          Journal articles; print or online
          Texts for professional development
          Instructional materials for learners
          Educational ESL websites or software 

Complete details on submission guidelines and categories can be downloaded from the MinneTESOL website at http://www.minnetesol.org.  Click on “Journal” and download “Author Guidelines”. 

Submissions must be emailed to one of the following editors as a Word file.  Submissions and questions can be addressed to: 

          Mike Anderson                        Bonnie Swierzbin                   
          ande1819@umn.edu                
swie0006@umn.edu

                                           

 

Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2008

 

 

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