English Australia Journal : English Australia Journal 27.1
EA Journal Volume 27 No 1 112 Contributors should include either background information or the rationale behind the idea, and may wish to make reference to the literature. Submissions should be organised under appropriate subheadings and contain sufficient detail to enable teachers to implement the idea in the classroom. Contributors may also like to include their reflections on the success of the approach, from both a teaching and learning viewpoint, and possibly extension activities or adaptations to different contexts or learner groups. While a semi- formal, easy-to-read style is appropriate for this section, the protocol for layout, references, illustrations and originality are as set out in the main guidelines for contributors. Please send your submissions as an e-mail attachment to Stephanie.Schembri@unisa.edu.au Letters to the Editor Readers are invited to write to the Editor on current and controversial issues relating to TESOL, or in response to articles appearing in earlier issues of EA Journal. Letters should be concise and may be edited for reasons of space. Book reviews If you are interested in reviewing new titles for EA Journal, please contact the Bookshelf Editor. Please note that unsolicited reviews cannot normally be accepted for publication. There are separate guidelines for writers of reviews which will be sent to you together with a request for a review. Originality of material All contributions will be presumed to be original and unpublished unless otherwise indicated. Appropriate permission to reprint must be supplied for contributions which have previously appeared in other publications. Please note that editorial policy is to give preference to previously unpublished material. Style Contributions should be easy to read, but in generally formal style. Care should be taken that TESOL and linguistics jargon is used correctly and sparingly. Contractions (‘isn’t’, ‘doesn’t’, and so on) should generally be avoided in the main text of articles, although they may, where appropriate, appear in samples of teaching materials reproduced within an article. Editorial preference is for a neutral pronoun reference system (‘s/he’, ‘his/her’, ‘their’, etc) except where a specific female or male reference is essential to the meaning. Manuscripts Send your articles by email attachments to the Editor: email@example.com Manuscripts should comply with the following guidelines.
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