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Let’s teach grammar via interactive games!

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Teacher Patrizia

Hello..

For this week, I’ll introduce an interactive game which teachers  will find it very interesting to be carried out as grammar lesson in the classroom. I believe that teaching grammar via games will get students to participate in the lesson more and will definitely change their perspective that learning grammar is actually not boring and mundane. I have found this website:http://www.shareup.com/game/ which offers tons of free downloadable interactive games which can be manipulated and can be used to make learning grammar so much fun! Below are few snapshots that I’ve got from the website and it is called ‘Grammar Quest’ and trust me, the games are all very user-friendly. Why not check it out and give it a try? It wont hurt..:)

Enjoy!

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Second lesson

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Teacher Patrizia

Hello…

Lets do some recap..For last week, I ve posted a video on a verb lesson..It’s a sing-along video…While we teach our students to learn the grammar of English, at the same time, we teach them how to speak correctly through singing. It’s a fun activity especially for lower secondary students.

So, for this week, we’ll have a look at most common english mistakes among ESL learners.. I hope that educators out there will find this video very useful in introducing grammar lesson to the students. This video is pretty good as an induction set..Bear in mind that this video is not produced by me but I believe it’s good for future reference in teaching common english mistakes on three often most confusing verbs which are advise,recommend and suggest because this video is really helpful.


First lesson

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Teacher Patrizia


Hello there…

Hey all language teachers out there…

I am Pattyzia, a future language teacher. The blog is designed to help all language teachers to get some ideas on teaching in language classroom. First of all, I’ll start with subject-verb agreement. All copyright reserved to its original creator. I hope that you will find the post helpful for your reference. Have fun and Happy English no more worries! ^.^

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Teacher Patrizia