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Presenting grammar in a way that accommodates different learning styles | Onestopenglish

Presenting grammar in a way that accommodates different learning styles | Onestopenglish | #AsiaELT | Scoop.it
Claire Treleaven's article and lesson plan is aimed at using alternative ways to present grammar to students with varied learning styles.
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P is for Problematizing

P is for Problematizing | #AsiaELT | Scoop.it
'How is Carlos?' I once asked a friend in Spanish, referring to a mutual acquaintance. But, confusing the two verbs 'to be', estar and ser, what I actually said was 'What's Carlos like?' - Carlos ...
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task-based teaching of grammar | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

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Minimal resources: DIY grammar | Onestopenglish

Lindsay Clandfield and Adrian Tennant give us some great tips and ideas for creating do-it-yourself grammar lessons.
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Task-based grammar teaching | Onestopenglish

Task-based grammar teaching | Onestopenglish | #AsiaELT | Scoop.it
Lindsay Clandfield provides tips and ideas for task-based grammar teaching.
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Al-Kharrat - Deductive & Inductive Lessons for Saudi EFL Freshmen Students (TESL/TEFL)

Langage concepts are internalized differently when learned deductively or inductively. This hypothesis is reviewed via the analysis of Saudi EFL lesson plans.
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