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  • {{DISPLAYTITLE:Portal:''Grammar Portal''}} ...teachers, and by students who have suffered under such teaching. Instead, grammar is a set of patterns, and each pattern conveys a particular meaning. When o
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  • === Grammar topics === === Pedagogy ===
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  • * TEG (Teaching English Grammar), 2009 & 2012 * LPEG (Linguistic Principles of English Grammar), 2008-2010, 2012
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  • Cognitive grammar, or the more general domain of [[cognitive linguistics]], is a general appr Construction Grammar, in particular, takes a principled, structured theoretical approach (but no
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  • * Teachers: Resources for teaching foreign languages, grammar, pedagogy, linguistics, and psychology # [[Portal:Grammar|Grammar resources]]
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  • This introduces basic approaches to language pedagogy, including its basis in language learning, linguistics, and educational psy * Teaching different language skills - e.g., pronunciation, grammar, integrated instruction
    14 KB (2,002 words) - 13:10, 26 May 2016
  • * General pedagogy aids, for professors and teachers of all subjects, especially at the univer * Language pedagogy resources
    13 KB (1,874 words) - 11:47, 7 November 2019
  • ...gan with a complex set of transformations in the original Transformational Grammar framework, which have been simplified in later theories - Principles & Para # Generative. Linguists aim to "generate" the grammar and structures of a language. This word is used in a technical, mathematica
    6 KB (1,003 words) - 01:15, 20 September 2019
  • ...what to do. <ref>Many of these are ideas from my students in my linguistic grammar courses at the Hanyang TESOL program, so my thanks to them for these ideas. ! Target grammar concept !! Activities
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  • This introduces basic approaches to L2 pedagogy, including its basis in language acquisition and ...oom interaction;and aspects of the language that you would focus on (e.g., grammar, pragmatics, or conversation).
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  • == Module B: Pedagogy & professional development == ...m/gram/grammar.cookbook.pdf Grammar Cookbook ][language teaching: guide to grammar activities, including pair/group activities]
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  • * Inductive grammar lessons, in which students are presented information about language forms a [[Category:Active learning]] [[Category:Pedagogy]] [[Category:EAP]]
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  • ...glish as a second / foreign language, and in the general field of language pedagogy * Inductive grammar lessons, in which students are presented information about language forms a
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  • ...e grammar, psycholinguistics, writing research, applied phonology, grammar pedagogy, cognitive communicative language teaching, language education # Lee, K. (2018). A “the” or the “a”? A cognitive grammar approach. Presentation at KOTESOL Conference, October 2018, Sookmyung Unive
    16 KB (1,934 words) - 04:36, 31 December 2020
  • * Prescriptive versus descriptive grammar * Grammar
    20 KB (2,869 words) - 10:11, 20 December 2019
  • ...xample from a 10-week course on linguistic research methods for a language pedagogy program; abbreviations are used for textbook authors under the readings. ...f the following SLA issues: phonological acquisition; grammar acquisition; pedagogy; pragmatics (e.g., conversation analysis); critical period effects; and psy
    27 KB (3,886 words) - 06:45, 13 June 2016
  • ...xample from a 10-week course on linguistic research methods for a language pedagogy program; abbreviations are used for textbook authors under the readings. ...f the following SLA issues: phonological acquisition; grammar acquisition; pedagogy; pragmatics (e.g., conversation analysis); critical period effects; and psy
    28 KB (3,989 words) - 01:13, 26 May 2016
  • ...ges (forthcoming) will provide detailed lists of connectors, discussion of pedagogy, and problems of ESL/EFL students with English connectors. See also Swales [[Category:Writing]] [[Category:Grammar]] [[Category:Pragmatics]]
    20 KB (2,940 words) - 10:44, 6 February 2020
  • ...ges (forthcoming) will provide detailed lists of connectors, discussion of pedagogy, and problems of ESL/EFL students with English connectors. See also Swales [[Category:Pragmatics]] [[Category:Speaking]] [[Category:Grammar]]
    23 KB (3,383 words) - 07:22, 28 October 2019
  • ...ot good (e.g., excessive drilling and repetition in English vocabulary and grammar, the way many Korean children have suffered through English). However, some ...lping them learn a language, draw their attention to language forms (e.g., grammar structures, new vocabulary) and how the forms work in context, making stude
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