NAAE 2012

Provider: National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE)
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Description Annual conference of the National Association for Advisers in English
Duration 2 days
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http://www.nate.org.uk/index.php?page=5&event=70
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Annual conference of the National Association for Advisers in English

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Speakers include Phil Jarrett (National Ofsted adviser for English), Prof Debra Myhill (University of Exeter) and David Reedy (UKLA).

Programme for the 2012 Conference of the National Association for Advisers in English (NAAE)

at

The Radisson BLU Hotel, Liverpool

Friday 16th – Saturday 17th March 2012

 

Friday 16th March

 

1.00 - 2.00: Arrival and registration

2.00 - 2.15: Introductory address John Hickman (Chair of NAAE)

2.15 - 3.15: Phil Jarrett  (National OFSTED Adviser for English).

                    “Moving English Forward”

(An outline of the main conclusions of the most recent OFSTED triennial report as well as a reflection on the new inspection arrangements.)

3.30:            Afternoon tea

4.00 - 4.45: Dr Sue Horner (ex Director of Curriculum at the QCDA)

                     “Looking for the Heart of English”

                     (An analysis of the responses to the Heart of English project and some thoughts about future directions for teachers/advisers of English)

5.00 -5.30:   NAAE AGM  

6.00:            Drinks Reception for delegates

7.00:            Dinner

8.30 - 9.30: John Hegley

 

Saturday 17th March

 

7.30 onwards: Breakfast

9.00 -10.00: Debra Myhill (Professor of Education at the University of Exeter)  

“Wordplay: Re-thinking Grammar and Writing”

(This presentation will explore the pedagogical principles that underpin the successful integration of grammar into the teaching of writing). 

  10.15 -11.15:  David Reedy (Immediate Past President UKLA and   Principal Adviser Primary Schools in Barking and Dag)  “Moving Beyond The Procedural”

(A description of the journey towards dialogic teaching taken by teachers, advisers and researchers in developing effective classroom talk in a London borough)

                              11.15:               Coffee

11.45-12.45: Alan Howe (Formerly Regional Director of  the  National Literacy Strategy)

    “In search of the land of lost content”:

                        (Travellers' tales and personal reflections on where  the essence of English might be found)

12.45:            Closing Remarks by John Hickman

1.00:              Lunch

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