Grammar Practice Activities: A Practical Guide for Teachers
For the teacher who wishes to combine grammar teaching with a broadly communicative methodology, this is an invaluable resource. It contains a collection of imaginative and interesting grammar practice activities suitable for a wide range of levels and ages. Part one provides: * a detailed introduction to grammar teaching * guidelines for the design of activities * practical hints on effective classroom presentation. Part two contains: * almost 200 game-like activities for practising important or problematical aspects of English grammar, with detailed descriptions of procedure * sample texts and visuals which may be photocopied for immediate use.
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In the classroom
Articles definite and indefinite
Both and either or neither nor
Comparison of adjectives
Countableuncountable singularplural nouns
Future perfect tense
ING form of the verb
Isare there isthere arc
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