State Conference 2017

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Keynote 1

Larissa McLean Davies -  What forces shape us? Telling the stories of English: past present and future.

Keynote 2

Markus Zusak - Another keynote about an alarm clock, a jewellery box, and the board game she smashed him over the head with (or we're all just made of stories)


Sherilyn Lennon - Re-imagining Senior Englsih through the Bard

Anne Wood - re-imagining the teaching of poetry in Queensland

John Carr, Esmé Robinson, Ray McGuire, Mary Swayne & Garry Collins - Panel - The past meets the present: wise reflections on English teaching 




Upcoming Events

Essential English: Community of Practice 2021

Following on from the success of last year's event for teachers of Essential English, we will be running this event again this year with some modifications. The program is available and registrations are now open. Venue: Deception Bay SHS, Phillip Street, DECEPTION BAY. Registrations will close on Saturday 30 October. Interes...

Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 6th November 2021
Venue: Deception Bay SHS
Venue Address: Phillip Parade, DECEPTION BAY
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Grammar PD term 4

To assist attendees to develop their understandings of grammar in order to fully comprehend and to effectively teach the Australia Curriculum: English (AC:E), a further session will be held on Saturday 20 November at John Paul College.  The flyer gives further details.  Registration will close on 14 November.  ...

Category: Workshop
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 20th November 2021
Venue: John Paul College
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