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Department of English - Survey of English Usage (F10)

The Survey of English Usage carries out research in English Linguistics. It was the first Corpus Linguistics research centre established in Europe (and the second in the world). We have been building corpora and analysing grammar for more than 50 years, and our parsed corpora and software remain world-leading.

We are based in the Department of English Language and Literature at UCL.

Department of English - Survey of English Usage (F10)

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F10 English Grammar for Teachers (Half-Day Online Course)

Description

This course is an interactive seminar, delivered online over half a day, with plenty of time for discussion and questions.

The new National Curriculum requires school teachers to teach English grammar, starting in primary school.

This online course is designed to help primary and secondary school teachers who:

  • feel uncertain about their knowledge of grammar and want to improve their confidence in teaching it;
  • want to refresh their knowledge of English grammar.

The course covers the key concepts of English grammar as laid out for each Key Stage in the National Curriculum.

It's taught by UCL experts and is brought to you by the team that runs Englicious, a free online learning and teaching resource for English grammar.

Watch a video about the course

You will receive an email with the invitation and instructions a week before the course starts.

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15/07/202215/07/2022[Read More]
Teaching English Grammar in Context

F10 Teaching English Grammar in Context (Half-Day Online Course)

Description

Based on the latest developments in educational and linguistic research, the course is designed to help teachers who:

  • want to explore interesting and engaging methods for teaching grammar in relation to a range of texts, genres and styles;
  • want to learn about recent developments in stylistics and how this can be incorporated into a meaningful grammar pedagogy;
  • want usable and accessible teaching ideas to take back into their own classrooms;
  • want to maintain and develop their students’ KS2 grammatical knowledge.

You will receive an email with the invitation and instructions a week before the course starts.

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22/07/202222/07/2022[Read More]

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