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Webinars, Conversations and Professional Development

Jasen Booton and Lisa Stephenson discuss ‘What role does making stories and sharing stories have in troubled times?’
Hear Rebecca Simpson Hargreaves talking with Christine Lockwood about the joys of teaching poetry.
This webinar offers ways of building literacy teaching and research around photography as a powerful emotional and intellectual way into meaning making.
In this presentation with a Q&A, Julia Gillen explains why it is reasonable to call Edwardian picture postcards social media.

In this video I explore how close reading in the secondary English classroom might be approached from a critical literacy perspective by engaging with language, literacy, and power.

This talk explains why heritage language development is important, and how everyday school literacy practices can be adapted to include multilingualism.

Improve your understanding of verb phrases and noun phrases

The review and planning tool will help providers to support the development of a school curriculum as well as the English curriculum. The review format means that the materials can be used by tutors, schools, groups of schools or individuals as a means of identifying strengths and areas for attention and development.
UKLA has published key professional development activities to support the popular reading and writing fact cards. The activities are designed to support professional development in schools and will be invaluable to literacy leaders in running training and staff meetings. You can download cards on a range of topics, including Grammar, Spelling, Puncuation and Working with stories.
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