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Turning the Tables with Student Voice

Student Voice is a pedagogical approach where you work towards giving students a voice which is listened to and valued within the classroom to allow them to own the learning process. 816 more words


#NationalPoetryDay: writing Golden Shovel poems about freedom (updated with added Patience Agbabi poem)

These brand new poetry writing resources for National Poetry Day (Thursday 28th Sept 2017) use The Golden Shovel form and explore the theme of Freedom. The Golden Shovel is an exciting new form, devised to honour the poet Gwendolyn Brooks. 124 more words

Creating the Calming Classroom

So, it has been a while. Between crazy yearbook deadlines, teaching, family, and M.Ed. classes, this was a clear place to save time. Honestly, time is still at  premium because I don’t know how to take a break. 785 more words


Working through planning "Context Days" for novel introduction: a stream of consciousness

Reading can be fun… if you know what the hell is going on.

One way I was very critical of my practices last year was not giving my students sufficient context before getting into a piece of literature. 1,242 more words

‘Close reading, codes and interpretation’ – booking open and line-up confirmed

ooking to our one-day symposium on ‘Close reading, codes and interpretation’, hosted by the Language & Communication is now open.

Book here.

When? 9 am-7 pm, Tuesday 13th June 2017… 319 more words

Language And Communication Research Seminars

Close reading, codes and interpretation: Speakers and room confirmed

Our Language & Communication research cluster warmly invites you the one-day symposium on ‘Close reading, codes and interpretation’. Room number and speakers have now been confirmed… 222 more words

Language And Communication Research Seminars

Symposium on Close Reading in Education: 13th June 2017

The Language and Communication Research Cluster is pleased to announce its upcoming whole-day symposium on Close reading, codes and interpretation.

In some reckonings, ‘close reading’ is now around 90 years old, having been inaugurated in I. 162 more words

Language And Communication Research Seminars