Idiom

Volume 55, Number 03, 2019

IDIOM NO.55

Conversations about the original VCE English Study Design

As VCE English is being reviewed yet again, this edition of Idiom is a reminder of a time when a review of English led to a major curriculum reform - the development of the original VCE English Study Design. In this Idiom, we hear from teachers, educators and bureaucrats from that era of curriculum reform about the whys and wherefores of the development of the Design.

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Volume 55, number 03, 2019

Conversations about the original VCE English Study Design

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What is Idiom?

Idiom is the journal of the Victorian Association for the Teaching of English and is published online three times a year. Each year VATE calls for member submissions relating to a range of issues pertinent to English educators. The contributions help to foster professional dialogue, renewal and growth. Contributions and editorial correspondence should be sent to the Managing Editor, Josephine Smith at idiom@vate.org.au.

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Read the latest book reviews prepared by VATE members – download here. A selection of these are also available in the latest edition of Idiom, Vol 55 No 2, Focus on Text.

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Volume 55, number 02, 2019

Focus on Text

Volume 55, number 01, 2019

2018 VATE State Conference

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Volume 54, number 03, 2018

Initial teacher education

Idiom Volume 54 No 3, 2018 - Initial teacher education
Volume 54, number 02, 2018

The inclusive English classroom

Idiom Volume 54 No 2, 2018 - The inclusive English classroom
Volume 54, number 01, 2018

2017 VATE State Conference

Idiom Volume 54 No 1, 2018 - 2017 VATE State Conference
Volume 53, number 03, 2017

Reading as an imaginative act

Idiom Volume 53 No 3, 2017 - Reading as an imaginative act
Volume 53, number 02, 2017

Literary Perspectives

Idiom Volume 53 No 2, 2017 - Literary Perspectives
Volume 51, number 02, 2015

Paradigm Lost

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Volume 50, number 01, 2014

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