Official Website of the 22nd NileTESOL Conference 2018

From: 1/23/2018   To: 1/24/2018

 
Evaluation Criteria

Excellent

Good

4

Fair

3

Questionable

Poor

1

1. Title

(10 word max.-Committee will not read beyond 10 words)

Score __ X 2

(out of 10)

 
The title successfully attracts the reader and succinctly & accurately describes the session. The title is likely to gain the interest of the reader and clearly describes the session   The title does not attract the reader but generally describes what the session will be about.  The title does not attract the reader and only cursorily indicates what the session will be about.  The title indicates a minimal attempt to attract the reader and misleads or indicates little about what the session might entail.

2. Summary

(50 word max.-Committee will not read beyond 50 words)

Score __ X 4

 (out of 20)

 
The summary successfully attracts the reader and succinctly & accurately describes the session. 
The summary is likely to gain the interest of the reader and clearly describes the session. 
The summary does not attract the reader, but generally describes what the session will be about. 
The summary does not attract the reader and only cursorily indicates what the session will be about. 
The summary indicates a minimal attempt to attract the reader and misleads or indicates little about what the session might entail. 
 

3. Abstract

(250 word max.-Committee will not ready beyond 250 words)

Score __ X 6

(out of 30)

The abstract clearly describes what the presenter will cover in the session and what participants will gain by attending it. In addition, the abstract clearly matches the summary, title and session type.  The abstract describes what the presenter will cover in the session and what participants will gain by attending it. In addition, the abstract matches the summary, title and session type. The abstract somewhat describes what the presenter will cover in the session and what participants will gain by attending it. In addition, the abstract somewhat matches the summary, title and session type.  The abstract only cursorily describes what the presenter will cover in the session and what participants will gain by attending it. In addition, the abstract only cursorily matches the summary, title and session type. The abstract does not describe what the presenter will cover in the session and what participants will gain by attending it. In addition, the abstract does not match the summary, title and session type.  

4. Significance of Proposal Content to the Field and Relevance to the Conference Theme

Score __ X 4

(Out of 20)

 
The proposal is solidly based on current research and practice in the field, and is directly relevant to current issues outlined by the conference theme.   The proposal is based on current research and practice in the field, and is for the most part timely and relevant to current issues outlined by the conference theme.  The proposal alludes to but may not be solidly based on current research and practice in the field, and is only somewhat relevant to current issues outlined by the current theme.  The proposal refers only to historically established and/or extraneous issues or practice in the field and is only indirectly relevant to current issues outlined by the conference theme. The proposal refers to no research or practice in the field and has no detectable relevance to current issues outlined by the conference theme.  

5. Language

Score __ X 4

(Out of 20)

 
The proposal is very clearly and succinctly written in excellent English.  The proposal is written in good English, and contains few or no errors.   The proposal is written in adequate English, but contains some errors.  The proposal is written in poor English, is only somewhat clear, and contains numerous errors.  The proposal is written in very poor English, is unclear, and contains severe language problems. 

Total Score ________/100

75 and up/100: Accept

60 - 74/100: Pending

59/100 and Below: Reject