The Korea TESOL Journal (Volume 11, Number 2, 2015) is now available online for reading and downloading by our KOTESOL membership -- chocked full of interesting research on ELT related to the Korean context. Korean blog writing, a case of bullying, writing on the Sewol incident, teachers beliefs concerning SLA, and much more -- ten papers in all. View the table of contents and/or download your copy: HERE.
View all issues of the Korea TESOL Journal HERE.
Print versions (hardcopies) of this volume will be available to members upon request, free of charge, through March 30, 2016. Send your request for your member copy along with complete postal mailing address (for Korean addresses, include: new "street-name" address and new 5-digit postal code) to: firstname.lastname@example.org