Journal Submission Guidelines:

The Editorial Board of the TNTESOL Journal seeks articles of general interest on any aspect of the teaching of English as a second or foreign language in elementary, middle high school, college/university, or adult/immigrant education. The topics can be varied and wide-ranging.

  • Articles should be no longer than twelve pages, double-spaced, or no more than 4000 words. 
  • A section entitled “Classroom Practices” will allow a maximum of 1500 words. 
  • Articles should follow APA style format, use nonsexist language, and have bibliographic references for all citations or works referred to in the body of the article. 
*Important note: All articles must be submitted electronically.To submit your article electronically, please do the following:
  1. Write and save the article as a Microsoft Word document.
  2. Submit your paper as an attachment to an email in which you provide the following in the body of the email: your name, address, home phone number, school affiliation, email address, and title of the paper. Include a statement that your work has not been printed elsewhere and is not currently submitted elsewhere.
  3. Email to and include the words “TNTESOL-J Submission” in the subject heading. You will be notified immediately by return email once the article is received. 
*Note: We accept articles year-round. Deadline for submission for fall publication:
June 1, 2013.

Tennessee TESOL is a professional, non-profit association whose purposes are to promote scholarship, to disseminate information, to strengthen at all levels instruction and research in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages or dialects, to advocate for and support local, state, and national initiatives that will assure access to educational programs for students learning English as an additional language, and to cooperate in appropriate ways with other groups having similar concerns.

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