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English Language Learners Network Events

With Different Eyes

November 3–4, 2006

UCLA Faculty Center
Los Angeles, California
Host site: UCLA Writing Project

The NWP English Language Learners Network invites sites interested in expanding perspectives on English language learners to attend "With Different Eyes: A Conference for Teachers of English Language Learners Across the Disciplines."

Friday, November 3, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.: Writing project directors and teacher-consultants are invited to a pre-conference seminar at Hotel Angeleno. Participants will explore how their writing projects can support teachers to better address the needs of English language learners.

Saturday, November 4, 7:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.: Co-sponsored with the UCLA Writing Project, the conference will take place at the UCLA Faculty Center. The conference includes more than 20 workshops led by teacher-consultants from writing project sites across the country. Graciela Limón, author of Song of the Hummingbird and Erased Faces, among other works, is the keynote speaker. The UCLA Writing Project is offering two complimentary registrations per site on a first-come, first served basis.


Secure a hotel room at Hotel Angeleno by emailing Bettye Scott at Please include arrival and departure times, name of roommate if applicable, along with credit card information and expiration date. The special conference rate of $159 plus tax is available through October 19.


RSVP for Friday's pre-conference seminar to Bettye Scott at Please include the following information:  Name, NWP site, university or school, home address, and phone number.

Please download and read the flyer below for information on how to register for Saturday's conference.

Downloadable Files

With Different Eyes Conference 2006
This downloadable flyer for the 2006 With Different Eyes Conference contains details about the conference as well as the conference registration form. Registration deadline: October 27, 2006.
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