THE CHALLENGE OF TEACHING ANALYSIS: DO WE NEED TO CHANGE OUR PRACTICES?
Teaching the process of analysing texts in order for students to produce a spoken or written response remains amongst the most exciting and difficult challenges we face as a community of English teachers. Most recently, the high-stakes nature of unseen examinations for our ssenior students have intensified our focus on this crucial area of our practice.
Building on lessons from ETAQ's 2020 student and teacher events and ongoing QCAA advice, the May Masterclass will focus on skills for analysis and response across years 7 to 12, exploring ways for students to become increasingly independent.
Keynote speakers: Lisa Bottomley (QCAA) and Lindsay Williams.
The program is now available and registrations are open. Registrations will close on Friday 7 May.
Email sent to all registrants Tuesday (11th) pm
Links being emailed to online participants on Wednesday (12th) pm
Contact us if you have not received these, but do check your junk mail first.
Program clarification and update
- For our rural and regional members who can't make it on the day, the keynote presentations will be live-streamed but not recorded and will not be available after the session. The presentations for the breakout sessions will be available via zoom and will be recorded for viewing later if you wish. (29 April)
- Time for workshop sessions is amended to 11:20 - 12:50 (29 April)
You may register for physical attendance or remote participation if you are unable to attend on the day.
When you register online, you will see on-screen confirmation of registration and get an email confirming your registration if you are paying at the time of registration, or get an invoice emailed to you if have opted for the pay offline option. In the unlikely event that you do not get confirmation, your registration has not come through. Please contact Trish Purcell at email@example.com asap.
Registration fees for this event are made up of two components:
a base (or common registration fee)
physical attendance charge to cover catering, venue charges etc
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Living with Covid-19
If we do have to go into lock-down, the program will go ahead without the face-to-face component. Our presenters are experienced at presenting online.
Our Covid safe plan specifies procedures to be followed on the day and includes:
Registration for the event and checking in on arrival
Individual pre-packaged morning tea
If you are feeling unwell in the days leading up to the Masterclass or on the day itself, please do not come. Contact the Administration Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how to join the online presentations. The physical attendance component of the registration fee will automatically be refunded to you.
ETAQ and The University of Queensland expect that all attendees will be familiar with the Covid safe plan
The Cancellation policy is being varied to accommodate the on-line options. If you register for physical attendance and have to:
cancel because of illness, you will receive a refund of the physical attendance fee.
cancel for other reasons, you will receive a refund of physical attendance fee up until the Wednesday before the event; after that no refund will be possible.
It is assumed that if you cancel the physical attendance part of your registration, you will join the online presentation.
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|Saturday 15th May 2021|
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