ATEG Conference 2016

The Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar, an affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English, invites you to attend its 27th annual conference, to be held in Zehmer Hall at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.

Walt Whitman, in “Song of Myself,” boldly states “I contain multitudes;” this year, ATEG makes a similar assertion: our 27th conference celebrates strategies, methods, and ideas related to effective grammar instruction—especially when that instruction is used to make grammar accessible, relevant, and engaging to all students. This year’s conference will focus on grammar instruction designed to reach the diverse array of students teachers serve.

Innovative grammar instruction can do more than help students avoid errors—it can introduce them to the many possibilities and varieties of language. Join us in Charlottesville as we share ideas and celebrate the many forms of effective grammar instruction—and the many types of student success it can create.

Learn more about the conference on the ATEG website!

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