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The latest: Contest on ELTA Happy Days on 8 & 9 March

How do you spell love?
ELTA  – Excellent Language Teacher Award.

Dear teachers,

We give this award as a token of our love and respect for all you loving people. If you want to become an ELTA member, or renew your membership, please send us a new ELTA slogan, something that could motivate teachers to join our association.

Post your slogan on ELTA facebook page by 7th March, midnight, and Board members will award the most inspirational one with a free ELTA membership on Tuesday 8th March.

If you already are an ELTA member, please send us your slogans, you may be awarded a free ELTA membership for the following year.

IMPORTANT: On  8th & 9th March, we will also bid everybody a Happy Day 2, and the membership fee will be 1500 dinars only.

Join Elta, join the joyride!

ELTA team


The ELT e-reading Group was created by a collective of English language educators from all over the world with the technical support of the British Council. It aims at encouraging ELT professionals to read literature in English, helping to build bridges between cultures and contributing to build tolerance and intercultural competence through the discussion of works literature.
The group meets online and participants post their comments to a discussion board, sharing their points of view on short stories and poems written in English.
To make the reading material widely accessible, the texts are chosen from free online sources. A link to the text of the month is posted to the group discussion board and participants can download it. Texts are chosen based on their accessibility, interest and potential to raise debate on complex and relevant issues.

To become a member of the ELT e-reading group, you first need to register or log in on the British Council/BBCTeachingEnglish website at
Then you can join the group at It’s easy to do. You will be able to talk to other readers around the world. Read the postings, then choose which to post to and click on reply.
We hope to have you joining us soon.

Kind regards,
Chris Lima
British Council/ BBC Teaching English
Project Coordinator

2011 Registration OPEN

Dear Conference Participants, Students and Speakers,
We have added the registration forms for the 9th ELTA IATEFL Conference on this website, so you can directly go to the registration page and download them. Please choose the appropriate form, fill it and send it at the address provided on the same page.


Deadline for speaker proposal submission has been extended to March 5, 2011

Early bird registration has been extended to April 1, 2011

A selection of papers will be included in our ISSN numbered E-book of proceedings. Speakers are invited to send their contributions  (up to 1500 words) to by May 1, 2011.

Registration forms


We invite you to attend the ELTA Day, which is every year held in February or March at the British Council premises, Terazije 8, Belgrade

You will have the opportunity to learn about new ELTA and British Council activities (online courses at a preferential price, IATEFL wider membership scheme, scholarships, etc). The most  important ELTA event during the ELTA day is the Assembly of our Association. The Assembly ensures the smooth functioning of ELTA Association until the next regular Assembly at the next ELTA Conference. Active members of ELTA have the right to vote at the Assembly. This is also a good opportuniny for those teachers, retired teachers and students who have not yet become a part of our community to learn more about ELTA and its functioning, ask questions to other members and join our organization

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Please click on the document icon below for 2011 Agenda details:
ELTA Day invitation and agenda (37KB)