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LETTER FROM THE CHAIR

Betsy Gilliland, University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, USA

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Elena Shvidko, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA

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TIPS FOR WRITING NEWSLETTER ARTICLES

Ilka Kostka, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Writing an article for one of the TESOL interest section newsletters is an excellent way to share your ideas, gain publishing experience, and engage in your interest section. Former SLW News Editor Ilka Kostka shares some tips for publishing. Read More

COURSE PROJECTS TO HELP STUDENTS WRITE FOR AUDIENCES BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Elena Shvidko, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA

Teachers are usually the sole readers who students write for in a writing class. To raise students’ audience awareness, this article shares several ideas of projects that can be implemented in a writing class to help students write for broader audiences beyond the classroom. Read More

GRADUATE STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS
SAURABH ANAND

Saurabh Anand,Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota, USA

In this section edited by Elena Shvidko, we introduce you to a graduate student who shares his experience of learning to write in India and the United States and is interested in using technology to teach literacy. Read More

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

SLW News is soliciting articles on second language writing (SLW) theory, research, and pedagogy in all ESL/EFL settings. Consider sharing your ideas with SLW colleagues by submitting a piece for the next issue. Read More

SECOND LANGUAGE WRITING IS CONTACT INFORMATION

TESOL’s Second Language Writing IS provides a forum for researchers and educators across grade levels and institutional settings to discuss and exchange information in the area of second language writing. We invite you to join the conversation—contact a SLWIS leader for details. Read More

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