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Stan Grant, Australia Day and Indigenous identity

An interesting thing happened just before Australia Day 2016: a speech on the topic 'Racism is destroying the Australian dream' delivered by Stan Grant, almost three months earlier, went viral. You may have seen the coverage and watched Grant's speech, but you may not have heard him explore the ideas…

Encouraging authentic voices

Each year, as US universities graduate another class of students, the internet starts to buzz with the big-name guests who are invited to share their wisdom at commencement ceremonies. The commencement season has always been a great source for inspiring, sometimes surprising, and always interesting speeches to use as in-class…

Analysing the language of elections

There was nothing I loved more as an English teacher than persuasive language and argument analysis during an election period. All I had to do was go near a shopping strip on a Saturday morning and people would hand me piles of persuasive texts that were perfect for my students…

Delivering a great presentation

It's a commonly quoted 'fact' that public speaking ranks as one of many people's greatest fears, second only to death. Whether or not this is true, any teacher will tell you that the approaching spectre of an oral presentation is enough to induce significant anxiety in some students. This week's…

Slang in schools? ... Whatevs

Do you or should you correct students' use of slang or colloquial phrases in class? Is standardising the English language leading to a loss of its history, colour and variety in expression? This week's post explores the place of regional dialects, code-switching, slang and colloquial language in schools. Is enforcing…

Language variation: what's the kerfuffle about 'queue'?

Last week, during his visit to the UK, Barack Obama shook hands with a dressing-gown-clad Prince George, was driven about by the 94-year-old Duke of Edinburgh and sent Brexiters into a frenzy by using one simple word: queue. This week's resources and activities explore the idea of Englishes, inspired by…

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