Welcome to the Society of Pakistan English Language Teachers

The Society of Pakistan English Language Teachers (SPELT) is a registered, non-political, non-government (NGO), voluntary body of English Language teachers from schools, colleges and universities. Formed in 1984, in Karachi, it is dedicated to improving the standard of English teaching and learning in Pakistan. SPELT operates on the principle of team work and self-help to enable maximum exploitation of the limited resources available in the country. As a body it attempts to be well informed about recent developments in teaching techniques, which invariably need to be modified in order to suit the needs and limitations of the Pakistani situation. It is affiliated with a number of international organizations like TESOL (USA), IATEFL (UK),

SPELT Conference 2017

SPELT Conference 2017

SPELT Conference

SPELT Conference

SPELT Workshops

SPELT Workshops

SPELT Founder Members

ICELT

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

SPELT ’s Events

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Forms can be downloaded by clicking here.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

Individual Registration form is here.
Group Registration form is here.

VOLUNTEER

SPELT and its activities are solely run by volunteers. SPELT provides all its volunteers a platform to learn and to network with schools and institutions. So come volunteer with SPELT, the only ELT Society in Pakistan.Click here to download the volunteer

ELT SCENARIO

SPELT Membership Form 2018

Message from affiliates

I invite you to seize this opportunity to share, learn, imagine, honor and create your own future. English language teachers of Pakistan, you are part of our global TESOL community. We honor you, we learn from you, and, together, we can help create a more prosperous, just, and peaceful world.

~ Rosa AronsonPh.D., CAE Executive Director TESOL International Association

… we are not surprised that such a strong bond between ASFLA and our colleagues in Pakistan has developed the way it has and I have no doubt we can look forward to sustaining that strong relationship in the years to come.

~ Brian Dare, PresidentAustralian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association (ASFLA)

Annual International Conference

SPELT has held 404 academic sessions every last Saturday of the month since 1984