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Cure-all in Teaching Grammar - “Fun with Grammar!”
Help! My students get scared just hearing the word “grammar.” How should I teach grammar? The field of English grammar is endless, and there’s also the problem of students being different ages and levels. How to present grammar so that the students are not scared of it is a task for every English teacher.
It is not that English teachers have trouble presenting difficult grammar points. The problem is being able to have students use different correct grammar in limited classroom setting and time.
“Teaching Grammar All in One” is the essence of “Joy Teachers’ Training Team.” The book introduces theories of six teaching methods and provides with warm-up, presentation, practice, and production teaching steps for different types of grammar and commonly made mistakes. 10 types to commonly used practices for sentence patterns can help you quickly see students’ results. 25 different games can help students learn while having fun.
This book helps teachers reexamine their concept of grammar teaching and provides with effective grammar teaching strategies so they will never worry about teaching grammar again, and students can immerse in a world of “Fun with Grammar.”
☆ Provide with different sentence patterns to be used in different situations with different age group students.
☆ Provide with sentence pattern explanations so that teachers can understand clearly each grammar pattern
☆ List commonly made grammatical mistakes so that teachers are prepared for them.
☆ Provide with many practices and activities so teachers can use them with students of different levels and characters.
☆ Provide with fun and different games that are also great to use in evaluating students.
☆ Provide with complete and useful appendix to help students learn even more
About the Author :
- Peggy Huang
- Part-time Associate Professor, Taipei Municipal University of Education
- Ph.D. Program in English Teaching, Graduate School of English, Tamkang University
- M.A. University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Tina Zheng ‧ Donna Lai ‧ Gloria Chen ‧ Lilian Chen ‧ Carol Ying ‧ Ann Yang ‧ Maggie Chu ‧ Pamela Han ‧ Jessie Oyang ‧ Cary Huang
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Theories
Chapter 3 Teaching Procedures
Chapter 4 Grammar Teaching
Chapter 5 Practice
Chapter 6 Production
Chapter 7 Demonstrations
Chapter 8 Reminders
Ⅰ Subjective case of subject pronouns/possessive case/objective case/possessive pronoun
Ⅱ. Comparatives and superlatives of adjectives, comparative and superlative adjectives
Ⅲ Irregular verb conjugation
Ⅳ. Adverbial conjugation
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