English Australia Journal : English Australia Journal 27.1
EA Journal Volume 27 No 1 111 Guidelines for contributors Contributors are asked to read and observe these guidelines carefully. The Editor reserves the right to return for retyping and resubmission manuscripts which deviate substantially from them. Articles Articles submitted for publication in the EA Journal should fall into one of three categories: Reports on innovative classroom practice • These articles should preferably not exceed 3000 words. Theoretical discussions of TESOL approaches relevant to classroom practice • These articles should preferably not exceed 3000 words. Research-based reports • These articles should preferably not exceed 5000 words. When submitting, please specify the category for your article. If you are unable to identify a category for your article please write a paragraph explaining its relevance to the EA Journal. All submitted articles should make an original contribution to the profession. Literature reviews will not be accepted, unless they are comprehensive ‘state of the art’ articles written by specialists in the area. The EA Journal is a peer-reviewed journal and each article will be reviewed anonymously by at least two readers. Please send your articles by e-mail attachment to the editor: email@example.com Classroom Talk Material submitted to this section should be between 1000-1500 words, relevant to TESOL teachers in Australia and focus on a practical, classroom-based teaching idea or a challenging aspect of teaching.
English Australia Journal 27.2