Teaching English Grammar Term Paper by tabstr

Teaching English Grammar
An examination of the difficulties and strategies involved in teaching English grammar, looking at various teaching theories.
# 1189 | 2,000 words | 6 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Education (Development Studies) , Education (Teaching Methods)


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An examination of the difficulties and strategies involved in teaching English grammar, especially to grade-school and high-school students. The paper emphasizes the different teaching theories of people such as Theodore Hipple, Arno Jewett, and Alan Puves.

From the Paper:

"Modern grammar usage is ever changing as new methods once thought incorrect are now becoming acceptable. One way in which future English teachers can help students to see, understand, and learn from their mistakes is through grammar portfolios. Generally, a student may have many grammatical errors in a first draft of a piece of writing. If a student is able to see incorrect and corrected mistakes, he or she is more likely to improve his or her future pieces of writing more efficiently."

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