Becoming Our Own Experts: English teachers as researchers

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Plenary Key Note Barbara Bleiman (English and Media Centre)

Take a look at the project she spoke about It’s Good To Talk, a self funded research project on group work- 

See the programme for more information on our wide ranging, classroom based research presentations.

South Asia in the English classroom

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Imtiaz Dharker, Haider, The Good Immigrant

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Imtiaz Dharker (audio file)

Incorrigibly Plural: a celebration of the life and work of Morlette Lindsay 

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Students from Alexandra Park School Spoken Word club performed for us at the end of the conference.

Race, representation and identity in English classrooms
(10 December 2016)


LATE joined with the BFI during their Black Star season.

We heard from poets, film makers, students and teachers in a series of talks and work shops  on this theme.

Dr Adam Elliott Cooper, originator of ‘Why is my Curriculum so White?’, delivered the opening keynote, and the conference closed with a screening of two shorts by Tomisin Adepeju. Below are links to the trailers for the two films.

James Britton: Language and Learning (12 March 2016)


An anthology of the writings of James Britton 


Poetry (18 June 2016)