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2022: November 17th – Using the NT EAL/D Learning Progressions to assess the English language development of EAL/D students. PRESENTERS: Liz Easton & Carmel Lawrence

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2022: Professional Learning October 26th EAL/D Scaffolding using the Teaching and Learning Cycle PRESENTER: Liz Easton

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Team Teaching

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ATESOL NT Jan 2022 PL – Teaching and Learning in Bilingual/Biliterate Settings – Part 3

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ATESOL NT Jan 2022 PL – Teaching and Learning in Bilingual/Biliterate Settings – Part 2

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ATESOL NT Jan 2022 PL – Teaching and Learning in Bilingual/Biliterate Settings – Part 1

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ATESOL NT Jan 2022 PL – General EAL/D Teaching and Learning – Part 4

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ATESOL NT PL Jan 2022 – General EAL/D Teaching and Learning – Part 3

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ATESOL NT Jan 2022 PL – General EAL/D Teaching and Learning – Part 2

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ATESOL NT PL Jan 2022 – General EAL/D Teaching and Learning – Part 1

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So Many Languages

Welcome To Country and Opening of Symposium Kids Creoles Classrooms

Professor Gillian Wigglesworth, University of Melbourne

Sharing the latest research, Professor Wigglesworth talks about language learning generally and the education of Kriol and Aboriginal English speaking students and Indigenous language speaking students.

Kym Davidson NT – ATESOL NT – sharing her language story.

Robyn Ober QLD / NT – ATESOL NT Symposium – sharing her language story.

Closing panel Day1- 7th April ATESOLNT Symposium – Questions from the floor on Aboriginal English in the North of Australia.

Closing panel Day1b ATESOLNT Symposium – Questions from the floor to expert panel.

Closing Panel Day 2 – ATESOL NT conference

Questions from the floor. Feature of this session, what is Standard Australian English?

Rod Gardner (Griffith University) ATESOL NT Symposium

‘How communication practices affect learning in early years Aboriginal schooling’.

Annette Patrick (Lajamanu); Samantha Disbray (Charles Darwin University) ATESOL NT Symposium

Annette – Walpiri language development; Samantha Disbray – “Growing up Talking: a window to child language development”.

Denise Angelo & Courtney Farley, Education QLD – “Teaching with a language perspective.”

Professor Ian Malcolm, ATESOLNT Symposium – Edith Cowan University – ” Continuities and Discontinuities Affecting Aboriginal Learners”.

Glenys Collard – ATESOL NT Symposium 2014 – sharing her language story.

Trish Chisholm NT – ATESOL NT Symposium – sharing her language story.

Closing Panel Day 2b – Questions from the floor about dialects

Aboriginal English and learning Standard Australian English; teaching and learning and identity.