Theoretical frameworks informing in-discipline language development: transforming perceptions and practice
Friday, 15th July 2016 @ University of Wollongong
Hosted by UOW and UTS, this symposium brought together AALL educators and researchers to share and discuss the various theoretical frameworks that inform and guide practices in integrating English Language education across the curriculum.
Featuring Dr Jim Donohue and Julian Ingle from Thinking Writing at Queen Mary University of London, the program included speakers with expertise in developing and implementing specific theoretical frameworks informing academic writing development within their institutions.
The Symposium was free and open to anyone with a specific interest in developing and applying an evidence-based theoretically informed approach to in-discipline collaborations integrating English Language education into the curriculum.
Presentations and links
What works best: Strengthening the evidence‐base for oral and written communication skills in higher education
Kerry Hunter and Neela Griffiths (UTS)
What helps or hinders the gathering of data on language development?
Emily Purser (UOW)
Embedding communication into curricula: an approach from Macquarie University
Dr Susan Hoadley (UTS)
Pedagogy, practices and language as a social semiotic - the LASS model of integration
Dr Jim Donohue and Julian Ingle (QMUL)
Framing assessment of language with SFL - interviews with researchers from the SLATE project
Emily Purser with Dr Shoshana Dreyfus (USyd)
For further information, please contact Nerida Margrie at UOW Learning Development.