I use the BRAINSTORM – READ – WRITE – POLISH – SUBMIT sequence to write my proposals with a shift from research-based to pedagogy-based submissions. I hope this post can help you write a successful proposal for TESOL 2024 and onwards. This approach can be revisited for writing proposals to be submitted to other conferences (OpenTESOL/VietTESOL/IATEFL/JALT etc.) as well.
Thank you for attending my session at TESOL In-person Convention 2023. You can click the presentation cover to download the slides below.
I’m pleased to share with you an interactive story designed by Nguyen Van Tuan Khoi, a sophomore at Ho Chi Minh City Open University. The story was designed in a Reading-Writing course, showcasing Khoi’s creative storytelling and experience playing games with alternate endings. Now let’s begin our Adventure of a Midnight Snack
KẾT QUẢ SAU 10 NĂM THI IELTS Đêm 30 tết âm lịch mình nhận được kết quả IELTS cho lần thi thứ 5. Mình bắt đầu thi IELTS Academic từ năm 2012, đến nay 2022, là tròn 10 năm. Chứng chỉ IELTS chỉ có thời hạn 2 năm nên cứ hết hạn là mình thi […]
Thầy con, Phê rô Trần Xuân Trường, sinh ngày 01.08.1968 đã về nước thiên đàng hưởng nhan thánh Chúa vào ngày 26.12.2021 tại Giáo Xứ Phát Hải. Con mong Thầy an nghỉ. Con xin lỗi Thầy vì trong những giây phút cuối cùng con không kịp về chào Thầy. Con xin viết những dòng này […]
1 How can we deal with deadlines? Just take it bird by bird. “Thirty years ago my older brother, who was ten years old at the time, was trying to get a report written on birds that he’d had three months to write, which was due the next day. We were out at our family […]
Starting 22 February, our university is teaching the first two weeks of the new semester online due to the third Covid-19 wave in Vietnam. The different thing this time is that we will no longer use Zoom but other free video conferencing platforms such as MS Teams, Google Meet, and Big Blue Button together with […]
Hello Lunar New Year 2021! In this first sharing of the Year of the Ox/Buffalo, I’d like to introduce you to the Bầu Cua family board game. Bầu Cua (Bottle Gourd – Crab) is probably one of the most entertaining gambling games on Vietnam’s New Year. The original paper game looks like this: Based on […]
Saigon, 23 December 2020 As usual, I would come up with a ‘warm-up’ activity on the way riding to campus. Saigon does not get chilly easily. It normally goes either rainy or sunny all year round. That’s why all of a sudden when we are given the just-right-chill, things look much nicer this Christmas, hopefully […]