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Post by BILLAL on Thu Jan 15, 2015 11:31 pm

An A-Z of ELT is a fully cross-referenced, alphabetical guide to ELT that defines and explains essential language teaching concepts and terminology from fields including grammar, linguistics, discourse analysis and phonology.









How to Teach Grammar is a practical guide to teaching grammar, with a task file designed to make grammar less mysterious and more understandable.

Covering the various methods for teaching grammar including the practice and integration of grammar and how NOT to teach grammar!

  • Explores different techniques for teaching grammar including inductive and deductive approaches.
  • Covers practising, testing, error correction and how to integrate grammar with various methodologies such as communicative language teaching and task-based learning.
  • Sample lessons show a range of teaching approaches and grammar items in context.





This book addresses twenty-one themes related to the teaching of English as a second or foreign language, and is organized around a series of key questions. For example, ‘How many words do learners need to know?’, ‘Do rules help you learn a language?’ and ‘Where do errors come from?’ Based on a very popular blog, the author has re-crafted the original posts to take into account the discussion that each one provoked. So that the book can be used in a training context, he has also added eight discussion questions to each theme, as well as a full list of references, and links to the relevant posts on his blog.
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