What is English in Aotearoa?
English in Aotearoa has been the professional journal of the New Zealand Association for the Teaching of English since 1982. Over the years, it has developed in size, scope and sophistication. The more than 800 copies of each issue go to personal members, to NZ Secondary schools and to some Universities and Polytechnics in NZ and overseas.
The editor of English in Aotearoa is Steve Langley. He is supported by a national editorial committee of English teachers, whose role it is to support him by seeking copy that will stimulate and assist English teaching in Secondary schools.
English in Aotearoa is published thrice yearly, in April, July and October.
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Subscribing to English in Aotearoa
Members of NZATE automatically receive copies of English in Aotearoa (see Subscriptions).
The editor welcomes contribution offers and correspondence, and is happy to advise on style, content etc. Practical classroom unit and lesson ideas are welcome, as well as theoretical or research based articles. Each issue has a theme which may give focus to an article, but articles on any topic relevant to Secondary English teachers may be submitted.
Student work may be submitted if it has won a regional or national award or competition.
Articles should be submitted as Word documents attached to an e-mail.
Deadlines: articles should be submitted by mid March, June and September to meet the deadlines for the three issues each year.
Peer Review: Contributors may request Peer Review of articles. In this case articles need to be submitted at least two months before the above dates.
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