Interested in submitting a proposal for the NNETESOL conference? This page will guide you through the necessary components of your proposal submission.
10 words to catch the reader’s eye
The title should accurately reflect the session content and be clear to the intended audience.
The title must:
Your basic 50-word elevator speech
The session abstract is your opportunity to win over conference attendees. Abstracts may be edited by NNETESOL. The abstract:
200 words to convince reviewers to choose you
Although the session description will not be published in the convention program, its clarity will reflect to reviewers the overall quality of the proposal.Reviewers read and score your entire proposal, so this should not simply repeat your abstract. The session description should:
The description is no more than 200 words. Acronyms should be limited to the ones accepted in TESOL International proposals (L1, L2, CALL, CBI, EAP, EFL, EL, ELL, ELT, ESL, ESP, IEP, NNEST, SLA, TESOL, TESL, and TEFL). You can find the definitions of these acronyms here, along with others commonly used in the profession. Do not use presenters’ names, institutions, or published works.
Use the table below to help you choose a session type and to decide what to include in your abstract: