Welcome to the home of TexTESOL V
We provide support to teachers, students, and administrators through professional development opportunities, the dissemination of field-specific expertise in English language teaching and learning, and various types of advocacy that is related to the entire profession. TexTESOL V is dedicated to serve its members and the ESL community in North Texas. We are grateful for all who continue to support our mission.
TexTESOL V 2015 Fall Conference
Whether you are already a member or considering joining our organization, we are here to support your efforts in the field of English language learning.
Free 1-year TESOL membership
TexTESOL V members who have never been members of TESOL may apply through TexTESOL V for a free one-year membership to “international” TESOL.
TexTESOL V provides opportunities throughout the year for TESOL professionals to hone their skills as language instructors and administrators.
Networking with colleagues at board meetings and conferences can be invaluable to your development as a TESOL professional.
TexTESOLer of the Year 2014-2015
Jayme Lynch is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University and has more than 13 years of teaching experience. She received her Masters from the University of North Texas in Curriculum and Instruction specializing in ESL. She has taught 2nd grade, ESL (K-5), Title I Math (3-5), and Title I Reading (3-5). She also taught ESL to elementary students in Yakutsk, Russia as part of the Yakut TESOL and TexTESOL V Partnership. Throughout her years in teaching, Ms. Lynch has sat on the writing committee for the Plano ESL and Math Curriculum, mentored new faculty, served on many school wide committees, and been nominated for teacher of the year. She currently teaches ESL in Plano ISD at Mathews Elementary and Hughston Elementary.
Jayme served on the TexTESOL V board from 2007 to 2014 as Elementary Representative, President Elect, President, and Past President. She was the local co-chair for the 2012 International TESOL conference in Dallas. She also facilitated the first-ever collaborative state conference among the four Texas TESOL affiliates in 2013.
Jayme enjoys spending time with her son, Ryman, and the rest of her family. Family and friends are what make her life complete and when she is not working, she can be found spending time with them.
TIRF 2015 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION GRANTS!!