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    Integrating Language, Literature and Writing in the English Classroom

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    START DATE 11 November 2016
    START TIME 09:30am
    LOCATION

    Middlesex University, Committee Room 3, Town Hall, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

    END DATE 11 November 2016
    END TIME 05:45pm

    A conference for English teachers to support and provide new tools and techniques in the study of English

    Do you teach AS or A-Level English? Are you looking for ways to resource and teach AS and A Level specifications? Do you want to refresh and enhance your teaching skills? Do you want to develop your practice of thinking and teaching students about language, literature and writing? Do you want to share methods with other teachers, help to develop resources, generate classroom materials, and access support and resources?

    If so, this event is for you.

    This conference will cover topics that typically appear on AS/A level English Language and Literature specifications and this year will also explore ways of adapting the tools and concepts covered and using them to support learning at Key Stage 4 and below.

    Lunch and refreshments are provided.

    Early bookers will receive a free copy of the A/AS Level English Language and Literature for AQA Student Book (Cambridge University Press, 2015)

    The conference will include the following sessions:

    Mind style and narrative point of view, Dr. Marina Lambrou, Kingston University

    Building text-worlds: narratives: text-worlds and the reader, Dr. Marcello Giovanelli and Ian Cushing, University of Nottingham

    Creative Writing and Stylistics, Prof. Nigel McLoughlin, University of Gloucestershire

    Resources development session, Dr. Billy Clark, Middlesex University

    Making connections in the NEA: thinking outside the box, Dr. Andrea Macrae, Oxford Brookes University

    Experiences in the English classroom, Lisa Casey, Associate Assistant Principal and Head of English, St. Michael’s Catholic College

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