This course gives a brief insight into key grammar points in a communicative language classroom.
McLaughlin: The seminars focus on the teaching and learning of grammar and cover the grammar most likely to come up in English classes. Coursebook: Scott Thornbury's How to Teach Grammar.
McKenzie: This course will be taught online using Zoom. In order to participate you will need an internet connnection with a working microphone AND camera. There will be an input session each week so you will need to be available on the day and at the time you have enrolled for. In my case, Mondays 10.00-12.00.
The main focus is on a range of grammatical structures in order to improve each students understanding of their practical application. We will also be looking at methods of teaching grammar using Scott Thornbury's seminal study How to Teach Grammar. Most materials will be uploaded on learnweb.
Hirst-Plein: This course will be taught online using Zoom and will take place weekly at the appointed day and time (Tuesdays 10 - 12 am). Please note that you will need a solid internet connection, webcam and working microphone to participate in this interactive course. You are advised to use your laptop/desktop computer (instead of your mobile phone). Material and presentations will be uploaded weekly on Learnweb.
The seminar focuses on various problematic grammatical issues and on their teaching in a communicative language classroom. Students will be requested in groups to present a short outline of a teaching session to revise grammar issues . Coursebook: Scott Thornbury's How to Teach Grammar.