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National Debates Conference 2006: The teaching of literacy

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Conference hosted by the Basic Skills Agency and the National Literacy Trust

Monday 30 January 2006, 10.30am – 3.30pm
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London SW1

In partnership with the National Literacy Trust

‘If you’re interested in literacy and like a bit of debate, don’t forget to reserve a place at the Agency’s national Debates Conference, in partnership with the National Literacy Trust, on 30 January. Focusing on the teaching of literacy, the debate will range over a variety of approaches to teaching literacy and their effectiveness, across all sectors. We’ve invited a few guests along to offer up their views but it’ll be up to you to debate their value and put across your own ideas.’

To find out more and book a place click here.

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