7th Annual Symposium for A-Level Teachers of English Language
The department of Linguistics and Modern Languages at the University of Huddersfield hosted the 7th Annual Symposium for A-Level Teachers of English Language on Monday 26th June 2017, 9:00-16:00, in the new Oastler building on the main Queensgate campus in Huddersfield.
The day included plenary talks by leading language specialists and practical workshops outlining new techniques of linguistic analysis.
The full programme for the day can be found here. You can find out about future events by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch this space for details of the 2018 symposium.
Interpersonal pragmatics in the courtroom - Dr Jim O’Driscoll, University of Huddersfield (Slides) (Handout)
Linguistic aggression - Prof Daniel Kadar, University of Huddersfield (Slides)
Teaching Standard English and Varieties of English - Babette Verhoeven, Aquinas College/University of Huddersfield (Slides) (Handout)
Am I a feminist? A stylistic investigation of meaning - Dr Matthew Evans, University of Huddersfield (Slides) (Handout)
Grammar and meaning - Dr Louise Nuttall, University of Huddersfield (Slides) (Handout)
Teaching modal grammar: Analysing patterns in texts - Dr Marcello Giovanelli, Aston University (Slides) (Handout)