2019 CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The 2019 SETESOL Program Committee invites you to submit a session, workshop, or paper/research proposal for the 2019 Southeast Regional TESOL Conference at the Double Tree Hotel at the entrance of Universal Studio in Orlando, FL. The conference theme is “Future Tense: Entering an Age of Empowerment.” SETESOL is seeking proposals that reflect the best and most promising topics, research, and practice to support quality education of English learners (ELs) and adult ELs from diverse populations. Please use the guidelines below to help you prepare the best proposal possible. 

Submission Timeline 

  • Call for proposals: February 8, 2019.
  • Deadline for proposal submissions to be received: May 31, 2019.
  • Acceptances and notifications announced: July 15, 2019.
  • Schedule of presentations: September 1, 2019.
  • Registration deadline for all accepted presenters: October 1, 2019.  


Proposal Components

Presenter Information: Name, title, institutional affiliation, email address, physical address, and telephone number of all presenters on proposal.

Presenter Bio: 30-word limit.

Title: 12-word limit.

Strand: Choose one.

Presentation Type: Practice-Oriented Session, Demonstration/Workshop, or Paper/Research (45 minutes) 

Abstract: 100-word limit.This will be used in the program. Please proofread. 

Proposal Summary: 300-word limit 

Selection Criteria: Timeliness of topic, relevance to conference theme, positive contribution to the TESOL field, and clarity. The following rubric will be used. 


Criterion

Excellent

5

Good

4

Satisfactory

3

Fair

2

Poor

1

Failure

0


Submission: Proposals should be submitted to: http://sstesol.org/?p=1900

Questions: Please email Ryan Pontier, Program Chair, rwpontier@gmail.com.



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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