Approaches to Teaching Grammar
Category: English | Type: Article | Style: APA | Level: A-level | Pages: 16
To develop successfully the learners need to be satisfied mentally, socially as well as linguistically and I would like to pay equal attention to all of the aspects. The aim of my paper is to design a syllabus, where this institution becomes determined to give purposeful and better education for the learners. The basic aim is to provide a good well-rounded education for its students. In this situation, the aim of language learning is affected by several social and linguistics pressures. Low employment rates are also motivating the learners to learn English as it opens the new horizons.
... Report who turns to Chapter 6 ('Knowledge about Language') for more details, however, fails to find a single, coherent strand of advice on such initiatives. KAL is nowhere very precisely defined, but the chapter clearly argues for a view of KAL in which socio-linguistic perspectives are primary (though numerous genuflections to grammar teaching are also made). For example: The broader approach that one advocate covers not only sentence structure but also larger patterns of organisation, not only the forms of written academic English but also a range of stylistic and dialectal varieties, not only language structure but also meaning and use. (DES/WO, 1989, para. 6.8) The paragraphs defining ... View details
... should note that some members of the civil service and traditionalists hold this belief. Education experts also hold another view with regard to the purpose of education. They believe that education should be tailored to meet the needs of the population. Consequently, a country will be able to sustain itself if their students meet this objective. Such an approach may not necessarily be compatible with traditional values and may require adjustments. This is because the economy is constantly fluctuating. In instances where there is a decline, then there should be greater flexibility to meet present needs. The implication of such an approach on the present curriculum is a focus on science ... View details
... that any two children learn a lesson in exactly the same way. Yet this commonplace view has not been converted remotely into a generally accepted way to assess learner differences in order to better tailor teaching strategies to meet individual student types and needs. The fact that over seven dozen very different competing theories of learning model are present in the intellectual marketplace for educators to sort among indicates the extreme lack of consensus. The Traditional Approach Another school of thought among educators invested in traditional pedagogical approaches holds that while differences in learning models will always be a fact in any group of students, these differences in ... View details