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AATE is the national arm of Australian state/territory associations for the teaching of English.
AATE is the national arm of Australian state/territory associations for the teaching of English.

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Photos from the Annual National Conference in Canberra.
Next July - Adelaide!
http://www.englishliteracyconference.com.au/ 
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National Conference - Canberra 2015
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John Bell in conversation, with Alison Robertson - at National Convention Centre Canberra, 2015.
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National Conferences
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David Malouf launches Reading Australia at the 2015 national conference in Canberra.

http://readingaustralia.com.au/
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National Conferences
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The Stella Prize is a major literary award celebrating Australian women’s writing. See the 2015 Stella Prize shortlist here:

Registration is still open for the IFTE conference in New York (6-9 July, 2015):

http://ncte.connectedcommunity.org/IFTE/conference

Papers have been accepted from quite a few AATE members! Well done Australia :) 

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Have you submitted a proposal to present at the 2015 AATE/ALEA National Conference that will be held in Canberra, Australia? 

Applications close 19 January, 2015.

Here is the link to the 'Call for Presenters' page on the Conference Website. http://www.englishliteracyconference.com.au/index.php?id=94 

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Of interest: National Poetry Prize - NOW OPEN!

http://www.somerset.qld.edu.au/celebration-of-literature/competitions/poetry-prize/

Here's what the competition entails:

·         Opening Date 1 August  2014  
·         Closing Date 19 December 2014
·         Write a poem of no more than 50 lines
·         The Somerset National Poetry Prize is open to ALL current secondary students who are Australian citizens or permanent residents attending school in Australia. Students receiving home schooling are eligible to enter. Entrants must be under 19 years of age as of the competition closing date.
·         The winner in each category will receive $300 plus flights to the Gold Coast to attend the Somerset Celebration of Literature in March 2015.
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Another Happy Birthday picture: #AATE50years  
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