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Blog Entry BBC Launches Young Writers' Award
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Blog Entry Our response to the consultation on HE Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice
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Blog Entry Winners of the English 4-11 Picture Book Awards Announced
The English Association is proud to announce the winners of its 2019 English 4-11 Picture Book awards.
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Blog Entry The impact of exiting the European Union on Higher Education inquiry - our response
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Blog Entry English Association Fellows Reflect on Brexit
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Blog Entry QAA Draft Subject Benchmark Statement for Creative Writing
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Blog Entry Ofsted Proposed Education Inspection Framework Consultation (April 2019) - A Response of the Common English Forum
The Common English Forum has released its response statement submitted to Ofsted on the proposed Education Inspection Framework. It also serves as the CEF’s formal response to the consultation and we hope that the statement will help to spread awareness of the kind of teaching culture we would like to foster.
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Blog Entry Open for entries: Betty Haigh Shakespeare Prize
The competition is open to any sixth form student of English literature.
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Blog Entry Institute of English Studies (IES) - Call for expressions of interest for Advisory Council membership
The deadline for applications is Wednesday 31st October 2018.
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File Chatterbooks - creating a culture of reading for pleasure
Here, Liz Chamberlain, from The Open University, shares the outcomes of a collaborative project focused on reading for pleasure through the creation of reading clubs, which involved four UK universities and The Reading Agency. In each university, small groups of student teachers decided to trial the Chatterbooks resources with their classes whilst on school placements. The lecturers expected to hear that the children had responded favourably to the ideas and texts talked about during the sessions, however, it was the impact on the student teachers that was the most striking.
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