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ELTA Newsletter: September 2018

Dear colleagues,

We are sending you the last sunny spells of Indian summer wrapped up in this Newsletter for which we promise it is a page-turning issue. If it is to judge by articles you sent us, the previous school year was challenging, exciting and creative. We enjoyed reading about your professional development experiences and we certainly did wish to be your students and engage in activities you prepared for them.

Before you dive into reading these articles, we would like to thank to several important (groups of) people.

First, to our newly formed team of diligent editors who meticulously polished the following pages.

Then, to Maja Jerković, who was a marvelous editor-in-chief, keeping the whole team and the idea of Newsletter and Journal on her shoulders. Maja, we hope you know that ELTA Editorial team will always be your home.

We use this opportunity to welcome Milena Tanasijević, our new “captain”. Thank you for accepting the position of a new editor-in-chief.

Finally, thank you, our fellow teachers, researchers and students for reading and sharing your ideas and practices with us. Be inspired, keep inspiring and spread inspiration!

We wish you a super-exciting and fruitful school year! And, don’t forget to write to us on newsletter.elta@gmail.com

From the Editorial Team

 

ELTA Journal Volume 2 No. 2

Dear colleagues,

ELTA is proud to present the second issue of ELTA Journal.

In this first issue, last December, we presented the ideas that have shaped the creation of ELTA Journal and, this year, we would like to introduce new ideas that have guided us in developing this issue. Our aim was to connect research and practice and to present some theoretical considerations in the field of ELT. Our journal is blind peer-reviewed, allowing our authors to have their articles rechecked, reevaluated and inspected by unbiased experts.

Carefully selected articles that we have prepared for you in this issue are written by teachers, associate professors and researchers in the ELT field. For some authors this is another way of reflecting on their practice and, for others, this is a form of teacher development.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue and we look forward to receiving your feedback and article contributions for our next issue.

Yours faithfully,

ELTA Journal Editorial Team

New Editors and Editor-in-Chief Needed!

Dear members of ELTA,

We are looking for new editors and editor-in-chief for ELTA publications: MELT, Newsletter and ELTA Journal. If you are energetic, full of great ideas and if you have a little bit of free time for volunteering, then you are just the person for this job!

If you are interested, please send a short CV and an essay on how you see your role in the editorial team and how you can contribute to making our publications even better!

The address is elta.kancelarija@gmail.com. The deadline is December 22.

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

ELTA Serbia team

 

ELTA Journal – Call for Papers for English Teachers in Serbia

Dear fellow teachers,

The ELTA Newsletter editorial team is proud to inform you that ELTA is initiating a new online publication – ELTA Journal. We invite primary and secondary school teachers as well as their colleagues in private language schools to participate in this exciting new project.

This semi-academic journal will continue the rich tradition of ELTA newsletter and magazine MELT, which have been published since 2003 and readily accept papers of quality that can be theoretical or examples of individual teaching practice or research in the field of ELT.

The vision of this journal is to be submitted for scientific categorization to our Ministry of Education and thus promote our teaching profession and provide you, teachers, with a practical benefit from your contributions. ELTA Journal is meant to:

▪ help our local ELT community to deepen the understanding of its practice;

▪ promote sharing among professionals;

▪ allow teachers to gain points towards professional development

The journal will represent a unique knowledge bank, which you will refer to in order to gain a little more insight into theoretical backgrounds behind certain aspects of your work or get a glimpse of new ideas and latest methodologies you might implement in your own teaching. It will also publish foreign researchers’ papers which will internationalise it and put our teachers on a broader ELT map.

We hope you take this opportunity to analyse your own practice as teachers and consider a topic of your own interest for an article in the journal. Our team is at your disposal for guidance and support should you have doubts regarding any aspect of your writing, structure- or content-wise.

Please contact our team if you are interested at newsletter.elta@gmail.com

Yours sincerely,

ELTA Newsletter editorial team

 

 

 

 

ELTA Happy Days Discount!

Dear members,
this Autumn, ELTA is having happy days membership discount again!
  •  The offer is valid from 24th November through 9th December.
  • If your membership is about to expire by the end of the year or if you wish to become a new member, you should take advantage of ELTA Happy Days!
  • Instead of 2000 dinars, teachers will pay 1500 dinars for a full year membership!
  • Schools and other institutions which pay three full memberships (2000 dinars) will get a fourth membership for free!
  • Join us in our Happy Days and enjoy all the benefits ELTA membership offers – free monthly newsletter, ELTA conference discounts, seminars discounts, IATEFL basic membership discounts, free SEETA courses and much more!

Contact your regional ELTA coordinator or ELTA office for more information.