More grammar to get things done : daily lessons for teaching grammar in context / Darren Crovitz and Michelle D. Devereaux.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, NCTE/National Council of Teachers of Englis 2020Description: xvii, 192 pages : illustrations ; 27 cmContent type:
- 428.007 21 C.D. M 2020
- LB1631 .C776 2020
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
What is this book about? -- Language study reset: shifting the grammar focus -- Grammar in context: texts, writing, and real life -- Daily lessons for ten grammar concepts.
"Complementing Crovitz and Devereaux's successful Grammar to Get Things Done, this book demystifies grammar in context and offers day-by-day guides for teaching ten grammar concepts, giving teachers a model and vocabulary for discussing grammar in real ways with their students. Through applied practice in real-world contexts, the authors explain how to develop students' mastery of grammar and answer difficult questions about usage, demonstrating how grammar acts as a tool for specific purposes in students' lives. Accessibly written and organized, the book provides ten adaptable activity guides for each concept, illustrating instruction from a use-based perspective. Middle and high school pre-service and in-service English teachers will gain confidence in their own grammar knowledge and learn how to teach grammar in ways that are uniquely accessible and purposeful for students"--