I am writing to inform you that the October issue of Teaching English with
Technology is up on the Web at http://www.iatefl.org.pl/call/callnl.htm.
this issue, you can find the following contributions:
"TTS in EFL CALL - Some Pedagogical Considerations" by Wlodzimierz Sobkowiak
"Multimedia, the Web and Formal EFL Exams" by Pawel Topol
"Sources and Support for Preservice English Teachers as Technology Users" by
Internet Lesson Plans:
"Telling True Stories: Blending Multimedia in a Task-based Activity" by
"Instant Lessons - Both In and Out of the Classrooom" by Rachel Ellis
"Anything Can Go Wrong" by Katalin Fazekas
"Developing 'Learner-Friendly' Courseware TESOL: A Preliminary
Investigation" by Yasmine L. Howard
On the Web:
"Teaching and Learning through Chat: A Taxonomy of Educational Chat for
EFL/ESL" by Dafne Gonzalez
You are also invited to browse through the back issues of the Journal, which
can be accessed by clicking on "Previous Issues" in the menu.
If you are interested in receiving a new issue of the Journal regularly by
email, please email the editor at the email below with the subject being
Also, Teaching English with Technology is constantly encouraging
contributions in all Journal sections. For details, please email the editor
at the email below with the subject being "Journal Submission" or find
Journal Submission guidelines linked from "Journal Submission" information
Dr Jarek Krajka, Ph.D.
Editor, "Teaching English with Technology"
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland
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