Langley, Steve
October 2012
English in Aotearoa;Oct2012, Issue 78, p6
The author reflects on the NZATE conference held in Dunedin, New Zealand. He mentions that many teachers committed to English attended the conference. He also appreciates the efforts of Jude Maw and Iain McGilchrist for their excellent show in conference. An overview of the power of several performances by the poets in conference is offered.


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