CPD Workshop: Teaching Grammar through Reading at Key Stage 2

Teaching English to young learners


Grammar is best taught as part of learning to read and to write. Through practical, group based exercises, this workshop focuses on how to teach pupils the ways in which verbs or processes represent experiences in fiction and contribute to the representation of character. This workshop links directly to the requirements of the Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG) test at key Stage 2. 

Date:  Wednesday 9th April 2014
Time: 1.30-4.00

Venue: Aston University
              Birmingham, B4 7ET

Price: £75.00

Target audience: Teachers of Key Stage 2 & Primary Literacy

To download the programme click here. 

The workshop is led by Dr Urszula Clark. Dr Clark is Reader in English within the School of Languages and Social Sciences at Aston. She was a teacher before becoming a lecturer, and has many years’ experience of teaching grammar at secondary level, to students following undergraduate degrees in English and English Language and most recently, presenting at CPD events on grammar to teachers of Key Stages 2 and 3. 

Registration and payment*:

Deadline for registrations: Tuesday 1 April. 

To guarantee a place please register online first and then proceed to online payment. 

Online payment: 
Click here for Wednesday 9 April 

*This booking is non-refundable, but may be swapped with another delegate if you are unable to attend.

Contact: Jacquie Harding at j.harding@aston.ac.uk

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