Dear TESOL Greece Members and Friends,
We’re happy to be sharing journal issue #157 with you. As ever, the current journal issue (along with all past issues) is also available for viewing through the members’ area of our website.
This issue is published just before our annual convention, which we’re delighted to be holding in-person for the first time since the pandemic. You’ll find all the information you need about this, and we look forward to seeing you all there.
We are happy to include three very interesting articles in this issue on a range of important TESOL issues. We have Liana Kyriakea on the importance of the first, warm-up stage of the lesson; George Kokolas on some extremely useful takeaways for those of us who are still teaching online; and Andrea Lee on how to network with colleagues worldwide in your research endeavours.
The journal is distributed freely as a part of your TESOL Greece membership and is a vital way to keep up to date on trends, issues, projects, and helpful ideas from colleagues near and far. Your ideas and experiences are also welcome! For more information about sending an article, please see the article submission guidelines in the journal, and send your ideas and articles for review to email@example.com.
On behalf of the TESOL Greece Board,
Jane Mandalios TESOL Greece Journal Co-Editor
Susan Stetson-Tiligadas, TESOL Greece Vice Chair & Journal Co-Editor