Words'Worth Vol 47, number 1, published in March 2014 contains the following articles:

ETAQ's Patron's message, Professor Catherine Beavis;

President's address to the 2014 AGM, Garry Collins;

Meet Your New President, Fiona Laing;

Singing the same song: Modelling writing in the English classroom, Kate Townsend;

Australia Day Honour for ETAQ foundation member Paul Sherman;

For Mike Connors, John Acutt;

A Bushranger's Story - Part 2, Garry Collins;

Secretary's Report;

Nurturing Empathy in the English Classroom, Ian Hamilton;

The Ultimate Shakesperience part Two: "The Globe Itself", Natalie Fong;

Exploring Sustainability in Literature for the Australian Curriculum, Anita Jetnikoff and Melissa Kelly;

2013 Literary Competition Winning Entries (Section A - Years 11 & 12);

Issues facing students in coneptualising and planning before writing, Patsy Norton.

 

Words'Worth Vol 47, number 2 published in July 2014 contains the following articles:

Editorial - Stewart Riddle

ETAQ Patron's message - Professor Catherine Beavis

What the Dickens is a Wall E YouTube clip doing in a unit on Victorian literature? What has 19th century photographic realism got to do with Andy Mulligan's novel Trash about a dumpsite boy? Is that Jane Eyre wearing Dolce and Gabbana?! - Jennifer Alford, Faculty of Education, QUT

Responding to Literature: accessible texts for reluctant  readers - Anita Jetnikoff and Melissa Kelly

The importance of technoliteracies in the digital age - Amy Jays, Pre-service teacher

Rites of Passage: Coming of Age in Year 10 English - John Acutt, Head of Department Ipswich Grammar School

Poetic technique poem - Thomas Langford

2013 Literary Competition entries and judges' reports sections B to E

 

Words'Worth Vol 47, no 3, published in October 2014 features presentations and stories from the Annual State Conference held in August. 

Editorial - Stewart Riddle

Great Expectations: stability and change in English teaching: the teacher as chameleon - Dr Anita Jetnikoff (QUT)

Katie Lipka Botsman Award Citation

Katie Lipka's Response

Paul Sherman Citation - Life Membership Award 2014

ETAQ State Conference - Camilla Meyers

Looking back, moving forward: Sweating on the achievement standards of the Australian Curriculum: English - Julie Arnold and Ray McGuire

Expectations Met: ETAQ 2014 State Conference - Danielle Grove

I love English: Remembering what it is that makes English teachers love their subject in a time of national reform. - Grace Loyden

About suffering: Some suggestions for teaching W,H, Auden's poem Musee des Beaux Arts - Garry Collins

State Conference Reflections - John Thomas

Identity InterRupted: Representations of adolescent identity - Hannah Eldridge and Holly Stiles, QUT

From  a sky in July, 2014 - Paul Sherman

A top Time in the Top End: Highlights of the 2014 AATE/ALEA Conference - Natalie Fong

Book Review: Love Poems 2013 - Peta Egan

 

 

Upcoming Events

Literature Spectacular

Graham Joseph from Ryan Catholic College will present a workshop designed for teachers who are thinking about introducing Literature, delivering Literature for the first time or looking to review their Literature course in the near future. In the first part of the workshop, we will explore a framework for delivering a Literature course that c...

Category:   Workshop
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 13th February 2021
Venue:   ZOOM
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


March Seminar 2021: Challenge and Change: Doing things differently

We are delighted to announce that we will be back with face to face professional learing events in 2021 - usual format but wtih some important changes: the March Seminar will be a full day event; the AATE-ALEA National Conference will be held in Brisbane in July and consequently there will not be a state conference. Other events for the year ...

Category:   Seminar
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 13th March 2021
Venue:   Iona College
Venue Address:   85 North Road, LINDUM
Phone Enquiries:   0455 464 000


Grammar at Hervey Bay

A grammar workshop will be held at Hervey Bay State High School to assist attendees to develop their understandings of grammar in order to fully comprehend and to effectively teach the Australia Curriculum: English (AC:E). Also highly relevant to Years 11 & 12. This will be an updated re-run of the activity conducted in both 2018 and ...

Category:   Workshop
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 27th March 2021
Venue:   Hervey Bay State High School
Venue Address:   56 Beach Road, Hervey Bay
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


JCU Spectacular

Join Dr Claire Hansen for a two-hour session on teaching Macbeth. We'll dive into an exploration of the language of Macbeth and teaching strategies to engage students with Shakespeare's Scottish play.  The workshop will also explore learning activities for Macbeth created by the Shakespeare Reloaded project. This session will...

Category:   Seminar
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 22nd May 2021
Venue:   ZOOM
Email Enquiries:   adminofficer@etaq.org.au


Grammar Day

ETAQ will be conducting another of the very successful grammar days on Saturday 29 May 2021.  If your school would like to host this event, please contact Admin Officer.

Category:   Workshop
Start Time:   9:00 AM
Date:   Saturday 29th May 2021
Venue:   To be advised


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