Welcome – Important ETAWA Information

Enjoy this performance by local Western Australian poet, Jakub Dammer. It is called ‘This State of Mine’ and is his interpretation of The Art of English and all that this theme might mean.

We hope it starts you thinking about ideas for next July and we are eager to see you all in Perth next year.

 

2018 AATE/ALEA National Conference – This State of Mine

Cover to Cover with Kim Scott – 2018 AATE/ALEA National Conference guest speaker

 

Please follow the link below to the 2018 National Conference website

Early bird registrations are now available

https://www.englishliteracyconference.com.au/conferencehome

The Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) is a national professional association established and supported by state and territory English teaching associations.

Together we provide a national voice with local impact, strengthen professional connections and collaborate to influence the teaching of English in Australia.

Please follow the link below to the AATE website
https://www.aate.org.au/

Dear Members,

We are pleased to be able to direct you to our free ATAR Literature Study Guide on our website.

Earlier this year we regretfully announced that we could not publish a Good Answers: Literature edition for 2017. We hope that you find this FREE online resource extremely useful as your Year 12 Literature students prepare for the upcoming examinations.

This is a Members access only, to access this resource please go to our  “Members Resources” TAB – ATAR Literature Study Guide  2017 You will need to use your Member log in details to access this.

We offer this in support of Literature teachers around the state and thank you for your patience as we produced this resource. Good Answers: Literature will be produced in 2018.

ETAWA would like to thank your continued support