NATE(S) seminars – two conversations on RUAE.

IMG-20190802-WA0001 (2)Raymond Soltysek, former lecturer in English at the School of Education, Strathclyde University, and Coordinator for NATE (Scotland), will lead two conversations on Reading for Understanding, Analysis and Evaluation, discussing some basic principles and looking at some effective strategies.

At one of the meetings, he will be accompanied by his puppy, Nellie – but we’re keeping which one secret!

 

 

These will be held at

Levenmouth Academy, Fife, 4.45pm on Tuesday the 12th of November 

and

St Margaret’s School for Girls Aberdeen, 4.45pm on Monday the 18th of  November

Please bring along resources you’ve found useful for a ‘swop shop’, and your own refreshments.

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