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English Language Teachers Workshop


This form will register you for the free A-level English Language teachers’ workshop “Grammar Basics Part 3” at the University of Warwick on Wednesday 10th July 2019 from 10am until 2pm (includes networking lunch).

This interactive workshop aims to show you why grammar is useful and interesting, and take away any fear/worry/boredom that you may associate with it! You will build your confidence step by step with clear materials that you’ll be able to use in your classes. This workshop builds on Part One&Two by looking at larger grammatical units such as clauses and complex sentences. It looks at how units function in relation to other parts of the sentence and how we can change meaning by changing the order of units. Don’t worry if you didn’t attend Part1&2 – we can send you the material to get you up to speed!

If you would like to attend, please fill in this booking form by Wednesday 3rd July 2019. We will be in touch nearer the time with room information and directions.

For more information, please email Ellen at

Thank you for filling in your details – we look forward to seeing you soon!
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