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How To Teach Grammar
20hr How To Teach Grammar Course
Learn how to teach grammar with this short course designed to help you become a grammar pro!
Musts for teaching grammarBuild your subject knowledge
Open to anyoneStudy any time and from anywhere in the world!
Cover your basesThis course helps you understand how to teach grammar to different age groups
E-bookIncludes bonus Lesson Planning E-Book on course completion to get you ready for teaching
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Teach grammar successfullyFind out what works in grammar teaching
Handy checklistTenses, word classes and sentence parts summarized
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- Great for brushing up your skills on grammar and how to teach it
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Free lesson planning ebook
With every TEFL UK course we'll include a free lesson plan ebook. Ready to use lesson plan ideas when you need them!
Some essential points to remember when teaching English grammar include developing your own subject expertise, ensure plenty of in class talk time, teach the grammar point in context and make it fun!
The form of sentences is directly related to some of the most basic and important English grammatical principles. A singular subject requires a singular predicate, according to these principles. We can envision this as an entire thought must be expressed in a sentence.
To demonstrate how grammar is employed, use examples from literature and popular writing. This could be a good approach to teaching grammar. Students can pick and select the texts or stories they want to use. The pupils will find the lesson more engaging as a result of this. It's important to try and keep the context of learning relevant to student interests.
Drills and exercises can be used to teach grammar. The teacher monitors and provides corrective feedback. A good idea might be to make a list of common errors and feed these back to class at the end of the session to avoid too many interruptions to the flow of the lesson. The key to success is variety, use lots of different resources to drill the grammar point, also diagram the sentence structure on the board so that students can visually refer back to it when they need to.
First, you need to introduce the material to the students, this can be done through a warmer or game activity. Then you need to practice, practice, practice! Get students to read or say the sentence and gently reinforce the word order rule of subject + verb + object to them as they do this. After students have had chance to practice, you can review again using the whiteboard and pointing out the rule to your students. Finally, it's time for the students to produce. Get them to make up some sentences following the word order rule. Feedback to class and perhaps incorporate another game at the end of the session to reinforce the point.
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