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Videos of Keynotes and Workshops and Powerpoints

2019 - Ready, Set ...

March Seminar  (Lisa Bottomley, Ali Alizadeh, Erin Geddes, Anne Wood and Narelle McBride)

May Master class - Karen Yager - Powerpoint of presentation and 3 handouts.

State Conference - Bronwyn Lea, Claire Hansen, Karen Yager, Annette Curnow, Tny Hytch, Meredith Walker, Lindsay Williams, Anne Wood and Georgina Brown.

2018 - Vision 2020

March Seminar: Text List Crash Course

Quality Assessment Intensive

Master class 1 - Unit 3

State Conference

Master class 2 - Unit 4

Beginning Teacher's Day

2017 - Fifty and Fabulous

State Conference

2016

Seminar 1 

Writing and reading workshops: an alternative to the current organizational orthodoxy of units of work in junior secondary English presented by Garry Collins

Writing Literary Interpretations in English presented by Lindsay Williams

Write the World presented by Juliette Bentley

 

2014

Panel Power: Graphic Novels in the English classroom presented by Di Laycock  (Seminar 2, 2014)

Digital Stories: From production to assessment presented by Dr Kelli McGraw (Seminar 2, 2014

'Increasingly complex and sophisticated texts': Computer games, literacy and design presented by Prof Catherine Beavis and Dr Michael Dezuanni (Seminar 2, 2014)

Persuasion texts for global citizenship: exploring multimodal literacy presented by Kami Hazlewood for World Vision Australia (Annual State Conference, August 2014)

The 'Brave New World' of Senior English: functional grammar as a tool for intervening in literary texts presented by Melanie Wild (Annual State Conference, August 2014)

Re-imagining the Classics: accessible and practical approaches for using classic literature in the multimodal 21st Century Classroom presented by Cheryl Moore and Fiona Rousch (Annual State Conference, August 2014)

The teacher as chameleon presented by Dr Anita Jetnikoff (Annual State Conference, 16 August, 2014). Includes Opening Address, presentation of Jim Buckley Memorial Scholarships and Botsman Award Presentation. Keynote starts at 21:00

2015

Materials from seminar #1

Julie Bliss: Reading Workshop 

PowerPoint Presentation

Anticipation Guides

Anticipation Guides for Conclusions

Conclusions

Alexander The Great

Revolutionary Days

 Jacqueline Manuel's keynote address

Jackie has provided an overview of her keynote address and a handout for practical work

Reading Overview Presentation 

Handout Practical

The PowerPoint from Jackie's keynote address  We Read to know we're not alone can be downloaded as a pdf.

Top Level Structure by Pat Hipwell

An Oldie but a Goodie is available .

Materials from seminar #2, 2015

Beryl Exley's support materials

Notes from Kathy Emtage's workshop

Donna Pendergast:Final Millenials and Learning

Materials from state conference 2015

Prof Beverly Derewianka's keynote: Literature Meets Grammar

Powerpoint  Literature Meets Grammar

Presentation on video

Workshops

John Acutt: Themes, metaphors and motifs in narrative writing. Slides and video

Daniel Fallon: Reading-for-Beauty through Reading-to-Learn video

Fiona Laing: How to build the muscles for writing feature articles  Slides  and video

 

Upcoming Events

Diving Deep into the Analytical Essay for teachers

The Teacher workshop  information and links will be sent to registered participants on Thursday morning Teachers can view the webinar session Preparing Students for the EA on Saturday morning then participate in our live discussion. Or you can choose to run your own workshops later.  Pre-recorded material will be available f...

Category:   Workshop
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Monday 12th October 2020
Venue:   Online
Phone Enquiries:   0455464000
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


SCCC Resource sharing

Andrew Snee and the Senior English staff at  Southern Cross Catholic College would like to share some of the teaching strategies and modelling/scaffolding resources that have been implemented and devised for the demands of general English. From analysing representations of prejudice and alienation in literary texts to creating engaging im...

Category:   Seminar
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 17th October 2020
Venue:   Online
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


Early Career Conference 2020: Diving Deep into Teaching

This event for teachers in their first five years of teaching and those who are new to the teaching of English will submerge you in a new, colourful, and enchanting world where you can engage with your peers. it is also a 'not to be missed' event for preservice teachers.  This event has been re-scheduled for Saturday 24 Octob...

Category:   Seminar
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 24th October 2020
Venue:   Wynnum SHS
Venue Address:   25 Peel Street, MANLY
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


Essential English - Community of Practice Event

Essential English is new for everyone in 2020. We have all been busy creating rigorous and engaging programs for our students and guiding them through a period of extraordinary change and disruption. Now we're ready to take some time out for us. Our community of practice event is an opportunity for us to share some of the exciting work we...

Category:   Workshop
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 7th November 2020
Venue:   Citipointe Christian College
Phone Enquiries:   0455464000
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


State Conference 2020: Diving Deep

With a heavy heart we announce that due to Covid-19 restrictions, the State Conference will not he held this year.

 

Category:   State Conference
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Sunday 15th August 2021
Venue:   Lourdes Hill School


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