The English Teaching Forum is a quarterly magazine that supports the teaching of English around the world by publishing innovative, practical ideas. It is issued by the U.S. Department of State. Over 60,000 copies of the magazine are distributed in more than 100 countries.
The Forum features peer-reviewed articles on English teaching methods, curricula, and teaching materials. It’s a great tool for English teachers and students.
The U.S. Embassy in Vienna distributes the Forum free of charge to subscribers in Austria. Subscribers will receive an e-mail notification with a link to download the latest issue of the Forum. For questions about subscriptions, please e-mail: ViennaPrograms@state.gov
For more information about the Forum, visit: https://americanenglish.state.gov/forum
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ON THE COVER: This year, as English Teaching Forum celebrates its 60th anniversary, the front covers of the four issues feature a unique “60” design, with covers of previous issues visible. The back cover of each issue also features previous covers; the selection includes the different designs and Forum logos that have greeted readers over the years. Feel free to look over the covers and see if you can find any of your favorites. You might also want to count the number of previous issues that are included on the back cover. Can you guess how many there are?