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    • #376950
      Jessica Fan
      Participant

      Have a quick think about the reflective questions below in order to get the most out of the workshop:
      1. To what extent do coursebooks and other external teaching materials inform the grammar you teach and how you teach it?
      2. Do you ever see a grammar teaching point in your course book and question its validity? If so, what do you do?
      3. What do you do if you ever see an example of grammar in use and feel unable to explain it?

    • #379620
      fatima.rehan
      Participant

      Good

    • #380046
      kunzang.chophel
      Participant

      It is one of the subject with variety of topics and loaded with rules and exceptions that makes it difficult for the learners to comprehend.

    • #380104
      sherkingkins
      Participant

      The Grammer which your office is offering to us found to be very much helpful and enriching and looking for the same

    • #380152
      gulshan.ara
      Participant

      Grammar means a lot while learning stress, intonation, expressing feelings, questioning and sharing thought im any language. But grammar is of less focused during learning of any language for speaking purposes. What’s the difference?
      Either language depends upon grammar learning as well or not?

    • #381562

      I really enjoyed the workshop and learned that grammar can be taught in a wider context.

    • #382884
      souad.seed ahmad
      Participant

      It’s effective to learn what best syllabi perfectly fit to the communicative approach and how does learning grammar in context match learners’ needs

    • #382886
      souad.seed ahmad
      Participant

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