NOTE: SHARE is not accepting submissions at this time
SHARE eMagazine Guidelines
SHARE, TESL Canada’s eMagazine for ESL teachers was established in 2010 and is committed to sharing the best and most practical teaching ideas with ESL teachers across Canada. SHARE is published annually and the deadline for articles is November 1st of each year. Submissions to SHARE are always welcome.
- The deadline for submitting to SHARE is November 1st of each year.
- Please word process your submission and number each page clearly.
- Send your article as an email attachment as a Microsoft Word document.
- Please start with the title of the submission, your name, a 100 word biographical note, your article and your email address.
- Articles submitted to SHARE will not returned to contributors.
SHARE is not a refereed journal. We do not usually publish specialised, academic or highly theoretical papers which may be more suitable for submission to the TESL Canada Journal. The focus for SHARE is sharing the best and most practical teaching ideas with ESL teachers across Canada
The maximum length for a submission is 2500 words.
Please title and number each illustration, diagram or chart and indicate where each one is to appear. Illustrations sent via email attachment need to be formatted as JPEG.
If we request permission to reprint your article – we need your written permission in order to reprint your article. TESL Canada asserts copyright over complete editions of SHARE but all articles remain the copyright of their authors. TESL Canada also retains the right to republish complete editions of SHARE in printed or electronic format.
If you wish to use references, please list your references at the end of your article.
Biographical and Photo Information: Please include a biographical note of 100 words with information about where you work, your teaching experience and/or qualifications and areas of interests. A photo of a high resolution, colour, full face photograph clearly labelled with your name is also required.
Titles, Headings and Subheadings
The editor reserves the right to insert/alter titles and headings where appropriate. Please do not use more than three levels of headings and subheadings.
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Please spell these out in full the first time, capitalising the first letters, followed by the acronym in brackets.