How does the syllabus support students in developing their own voice/expressing their ideas?

Paul Grover (Panel member)

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Abstract

Our aim in English is to give students the power to express their own ideas in the most effective way possible. While a close understanding of language and form is part of this, the expression of one's own voice is inextricably linked with the way we think and feel. In this session we will consider how the 7-10 syllabus, text choices we make and pedagogies we use shape the concept of voice and support students to become active thinkers, confident in expressing their thoughts and have agency over their own lives.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 25 Nov 2023
EventEnglish Teachers Association NSW Annual Conference 2023 - University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 24 Nov 202325 Nov 2023
https://www.englishteacher.com.au/events/event/2023-annual-conference-breakthrough-both-days

Conference

ConferenceEnglish Teachers Association NSW Annual Conference 2023
Abbreviated titleBreakthrough
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CitySydney
Period24/11/2325/11/23
Internet address

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