The Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar
Twenty-Ninth Annual ATEG Conference:
Grammar Rising: A New Age of Grammar Instruction
July 27th and 28th, 2018
It's a fascinating time to teach English grammar: revised and rigorous state standards call for teachers to focus on grammar instruction at the same time that technology-rich communication has reconceptualized key aspects of the English language. How does one teach English grammar in a world where a written message may be supplemented by a DJ Khaled GIF, Ryan Gosling meme, or goat emoji? What mentor texts and strategies can we use to communicate the importance of grammar to our students? At this year's ATEG Conference, we'll investigate the relevance of grammar to today's society and explore ways that effective language instruction in 2018 is not only important, but perhaps even more significant than ever. ATEG is dedicated to teaching practices that embrace societal changes and help students understand the importance of grammar to today's world.
Proposals for the 2018 Conference are now closed.
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