ALISON, Jim, ‘Burns in School’

Laverock 3, 1997 | Transcript of a talk given at the International Bicentenary Burns Conference, University of Strathclyde, 11–13 January…
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BATEMAN, Meg, ‘Gaelic Poetry for English Classes’

Laverock 3, 1997(The text of a paper given to the ASLS Schools Conference in 1994) I have been kindly asked…
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CORBETT, John, ‘Scots: Practical Approaches’

ScotLit 25, Autumn 2001 | Advanced Higher Specifications The new Higher Still and Advanced Higher examinations in English promise (or…
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DUNCAN, Ian, ‘On the Study of Scottish Literature’

ScotLit 28, Spring 2003 | As someone who teaches and researches topics in Scottish literature in an English department at…
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FLEMING, Morna, ‘Teaching Henryson’

ScotLit 33, Autumn 2005 | When writing the February Newsletter for The Robert Henryson Society, I noted that 2005 was…
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HODGART, John, ‘Language Issues in Studying Burns for Revised Higher: Bard tae Waur?’

Laverock 3, 1997 | "Burns is really much too difficult for our children. They prefer Shakespeare."(a former P.T. English in…
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MACGILLIVRAY, Alan, ‘The Jewel on the Doorstep: The Place of Scottish Literature in Schools’

An edited version of a paper given at the Education Conference of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 5th October,…
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McGONIGAL, James, ‘Edwin Morgan Poems, National 5’

A paper given at the Schools Conference of the Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 3rd October, 2015 I want to offer…
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ROBERTSON, James, ‘Scott, Hogg, and Stevenson, and their Influence on Scottish Literature’

ASLS Schools Conference, 5 October 2013 | When I sat down to write this paper, I began with two questions:…
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TROUSDALE, Graham, ‘Language Matters’

ScotLit 31, Autumn 2004 | On March 1st 2004, the Scottish Executive announced that it was investing an additional £4 million…
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