SETESOL 2020 Presentation Proposal Form
Hosted by VATESOL
Theme: Visualizing, Voicing, and (re)Vitalizing English Language Teaching
October 14-17, 2020
Greater Richmond Convention Center
Proposals accepted until April 15, 2020.
All accepted presenters and panelists are expected to register for the conference.
A note for exhibitors
If you are interested in being an exhibitor or presenting about a product or service for sale, we need you to complete a different form:
Additionally, please visit our exhibitor page on our website for more information:
Main Presenter First Name
Main Presenter Last Name
Main Presenter Phone Number
Please use the following format: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
Main Presenter Professional Affiliation
Please do not abbreviate.
Main Presenter Email
Presenters will be emailed over the summer with additional information. Please provide a valid email address (if different from the one given above).
If you are currently a student, indicate your status below:
Full-time undergraduate student
Part-time undergraduate student
Full-time graduate student
Part-time graduate student
Co-Presenter First Name
Co-Presenter Last Name
Co-Presenter Professional Affiliation
Please do not abbreviate.
Please list names, affiliations, and emails of any additional co-presenters.
PRESENTATION TYPE & TARGET AUDIENCE
Presentation Type (Choose only 1)
Practice- or pedagogy-oriented session (45 minutes)
Research-oriented session (45 minutes)
Policy-oriented session (45 minutes)
Panel session (60 minutes)
All members of a panel are considered presenters. A panel needs one moderator and 3-5 panelists. List the names and roles of each member of the panel.
Target Audience (Choose up to 2)
(K12) Elementary and Secondary teachers
(AE) Adult education teachers
(IP) Intensive English teachers (intensive English programs, English for Academic purposes)
(TT) Teacher trainers (teacher educators, teacher training leaders)
(AD) Policy advocates
Follow this link for the proposal rubric:
Presentation Title: (11 word limit)
Capitalize the first letter of the title and most words, including the word after a hyphen, slash, or colon. Use lower case for the first letter of articles, prepositions, and conjunctions of three or fewer letters.
Presentation Abstract: (50 word maximum)
The abstract should describe the content of your session as clearly and succinctly as possible, and highlight what attendees should expect to take away from the session. This will be printed in the conference program, so please proofread carefully.
Presentation Description: (200 word maximum)
The description should include a clearly stated purpose and point of view with supporting details and examples, and evidence of knowledge of current theory, practices, research and/or policy. Be sure to outline the session with an appropriate amount of content for the allotted time, and indicate the target audience and student population(s).
What state or country are you from?
If any, of which state TESOL affiliate are you a member?
North and South Carolina (Carolina TESOL)
Florida (Sunshine TESOL)
Please provide any additional important information that is not captured by the questions on this form.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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