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|Description||This course takes a look at two new AQA English Language topics for the second year of A Level – language change and child language acquisition. You will have the chance to update your own subject knowledge and look at how the topics are dealt with in the new specification. We will then consider how best to teach these topics, from helping students to understand the basics to engaging them with the latest research and key current debates.|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||Engaging with the main debates around both topics: from Chomsky and Skinner through to the most recent thinking in the field.
New research on child language, led by Amy Bidgood of the University of Liverpool’s Language 0-5 project.
Sourcing texts and data and developing resources for the new course.
Ideas for introductory lessons, projects and resources to suit your students’ interests.
Ways to develop and maintain subject knowledge.
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