About TESOL France

TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) France, an affiliate of TESOL Inc. and IATEFL, is a non-profit organization of teachers of English in France run entirely by volunteers. Its purposes are to stimulate professional development, to disseminate information about research, books and other materials related to English, and to strengthen instruction and research. The Teaching Times our quarterly magazine, contains articles, interviews, ready-to-use activities, and reviews. The TESOL France Blog allows you to stay in touch and contribute to what's happening in the world of teaching. Our electronic mailing list is open to members and non-members, keeping you up-to-date on all our events. To sign up, send an email to: tesol@enst.fr.



TESOL France Workshops

TESOL France workshops are free to all TESOL France members. The non-member registration fee is €8. Please bring exact change. You can join TESOL France or renew your membership on the day for €49. If you would like to join now, simply fill out the membership form.

Now is a great time to become a TESOL France member. See why.

TESOL France Annual Colloquium Call for Papers

The plenary speakers at this year's colloquium, TESOL France's major annual event, will be Stephen Krashen and Carol Read. The colloquium will be held in Paris, France at Télécom ParisTech on November 14, 15 and 16, 2014. We are welcoming talks and poster sessions from all English Language Teaching fields. If you are interested in submitting a paper, you'll find the guidelines and submission form on the Colloquium 2014 page.

This Year's TESOL France Spring Day

We would like to thank everyone who attended our Spring Day event, which took place on Saturday May 17th, at Télécom ParisTech. We enjoyed a fabulous day with a variety of presentations and workshops related to inspiring the teaching and learning of Young Learners and Teens. Below are a few photos from this recent event.

  • Annamaria Pinter, University of Warwick, plenary speaker

    Annamaria Pinter, University of Warwick, plenary speaker

  • Stéven Huitorel, Keynote speaker

    Stéven Huitorel, Keynote speaker

  • The British Council

    Sponsors The British Council

  • TESOL France president, Debbie West, and helpers at the lunch break

    TESOL France president, Debbie West, and helpers during lunch

  • Black Cat

    Zoe Voborilova of Usborne Books

  • Zoe Voborilova of Usborne Books

    Black Cat

  • EF Stand with Damien Lamypreto and colleague Gregory

    EF Stand with Damien Lamypreto and colleague Gregory

  • Cambridge University Press

    Cambridge University Press