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ETAS Journal Special Supplement on Drama and Theater in Education

ETAS Journal invites submissions for its Special Supplement on Drama and Theater in Education Spring Edition 2018.

Do you work with drama and/or theatre in your English language lessons? Researchers and teacher practitioners are invited to share examples of “best practice”, such as (success) stories, a favourite lesson or drama in education method, an aha-moment or challenge experienced in class, or, for example, an action research report.

Call for Papers Summer Journal 2018

Special Supplement on ‘Beyond Swiss Borders: ELT around the world'

ETAS Journal invites submissions for its Special Supplement on 'Beyond Swiss Borders: ELT around the world', Summer Edition 2018.

ETAS Journal Winter 2018 Call for Papers

Special Supplement: A teacher’s guide to excelling in teaching Business English

ETAS Journal invites submissions for its Special Supplement on A teacher’s guide to excelling in teaching Business English.

Do you teach Business English in-company or in-school, as a freelancer, at a private language school, or in the public sector? Are you a teacher trainer, materials writer, workshop presenter or researcher in the field?

Call for Cover Art

ART at ETAS is ETAS Journal’s newest initiative featuring artworks by ETAS members on the cover of our Journal. ETAS Journal invites the submission of quality images of original artwork in any visual medium, style, or material – fine art pieces such as painting, sculptures, drawings, mixed media, glass art, illustration, photography, fabric art, crafts, and other forms of art – to be featured on the cover of the Journal in 2017.

Call for Papers

ETAS Journal invites submissions for its Special Supplement on Testing, Examinations and Assessment in English language teaching, Winter Edition 2016.

Call for Articles

The ETAS Journal invites the submission of articles on various aspects of language teaching and methodology, lesson ideas, surveys of teaching materials, and reports that address language issues in Switzerland or the surrounding countries. Book reviews and brief reports or summaries of work in progress which address similar issues are also welcome. Please adhere to the following guidelines when submitting your work.