TESOLANZ is the New Zealand association of ESOL teachers in all areas of education. We offer you an opportunity to network with others in the ESOL field, professional development, conferences and expos, and we are also a major representative of the ESOL sector lobbying for the language needs of migrants and refugees.
See the Policy page for the official TESOLANZ policy.
We are currently scanning all old volumes of the TESOLANZ Journal so that individual articles can be accessed by researchers. Contents so far are as follows:
Volume 1 1993: articles by Graeme Kennedy, Rod Ellis, Paul Nation, Pauline Steele , Ross Currie & Roger Stokell, Marilyn Lewis, and Ana Maui Taufe'ulungaki.
Volume 2 1994: articles by Lois Bellingham, Gaylene Devlin, Elizabeth Hallam, Hui Jian Huang, John Me Caffery, Bernard J O'Flaherty, Usana Sitthipol, Donna Starks and Brian Paltridge, Martin Wall, and Sen Hi Wong.
Volume 3 1995: articles by John Read (editorial), Pat Syme, Joan Cardno, Yvonne Fox, Marion Harvey, Gwen Hopkins, Margaret Johnson & Pat Syme, Lois Bellingham , Uthaivan Danvivath , Libby Hallam , Marty Pilott , Alastair Ker, Sara Cotterall, Marilyn Lewis, Winifred Crombie, and Liz Morrison
Volume 4 1996: articles by Ututaufao Leota & Urima Setu, Janet Holmes, Jonathan Clarke, Susan M Gray, Noel Watts, Hilary A. Smith, Craig Thaine, Marilyn Lewis, , Paul Nation, and Caroline Malthus.
Volume 5 1997: articles by Nick Shackleford, Nikhat Shameem, Feaua'i Burgess, Koichi Tanaka, Roger Barnard, Cynthia White, and James Dean Brown.
These and further volumes can be accessed through the TESOLANZ Journal page.
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All memberships will be due now (unless you joined after 1 November 2012). If you belong to a school please let them know about out new five for four discount if institutions pay for their members. Schools which cannot afford this can still use proxy membership to enable colleagues to attend in place of the member. See the membership page for more information.
The ESOL Directory lists TESOL courses free of charge. This page is now open to all ESOL/EFL schools to list their details, also free of charge.