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Tue Jul 11 2000

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  1. E.Jaworska, LAGB: Linguistics at School

Message 1: LAGB: Linguistics at School

Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2000 15:35:17 +0100 (BST)
From: E.Jaworska <>
Subject: LAGB: Linguistics at School

FROM: The LAGB Education Committee

Dear Colleagues,

The forthcoming Special Session at the Autumn Meeting of the Linguistics
Association of Great Britain (LAGB) to be held at the University of
Durham, UK, on 6-8 September 2000, will be on

	'Grammar teaching and the development of writing skills'.

The session will be held on FRIDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER, 2.00-4.00 P.M.

The programme includes talks by invited speakers and time for comment
and discussion. Please see below for details of the programme.

The session is open to non-LAGB members. Everyone interested is welcome 
to attend.

Further information about the LAGB Autumn 2000 Meeting will be found at
the LAGB web site:

Any enquiries about the session should be sent to
Ewa Jaworska
Here follow the full details of the session.

LAGB SPECIAL SESSION: Linguistics at school
University of Durham, UK, Friday, 7 September 2000, 2.00-4.00 p.m.
ORGANISER: LAGB Education Committee


14.00-14.05	Chair - Anthea Fraser Gupta, University of Leeds:
14.05-14.20	Jim Crinson (Collingwood Primary School, North Shields):
			A view from a primary school
14.20-14.40	Geoff Barton (Thurston Community College, Suffolk):
			A view from a secondary school
14.40-14.50	Quick questions
14.50-15.20	Rafael Salkie (University of Brighton):
			A critical view from teacher training
15.20-15.55	Questions and discussion
15.55-16.00	Chair: Closing remarks

LAGB Education Committee: Sue Barry (Manchester), Anthea Fraser Gupta
(Leeds), Dick Hudson (UCL) and Ewa Jaworska (Bangor) 
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