03 Teaching Grammar

03 Teaching Grammar - Teaching Grammar To teach or not to...

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Teaching Grammar To teach or not to teach…is that really a question?
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Vocabulary and Grammar 1. Think carefully about the entire sentence in which an unfamiliar word appears. Ask yourself: How much of this word can I understand without even knowing the word? 2. Examine the unknown word. What kind of word is it? Noun? Adjective? Verb? 3. Think of possible meanings for that kind of word in that sentence. If the word is a noun, might it name a thing ? Some person? Some idea? Does it represent something good? Something bad?
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For example: One of the rewards that space travelers receive is the beautiful view of the planet on which we live. Weather stations are equipped to receive direct reports from U.S. weather satellites. John Brown was executed by the state of Virginia with the approval of the national government.
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Multiple Meanings and Functions book Countable nouns undergoes a functional shift to serve as a verb…to book a reservation. That is one of the benefits which result from space travel .
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Affixes in Vocabulary & Grammar Teaching Communicative competence requires learners to know correspondences between word forms and grammatical functions to avoid statements such as: That was a very enjoy party.
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Examples: Introduce new suffixes with familiar vocabulary: 1. He is kind and good . We appreciate his kindness and goodness . 2. Schools educate children. They provide education . 3. There is dirt on the floor. The floor is dirty . 4. He is careful . He works carefully .
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More Examples: 1. ( depend, dependable, dependably ) Their new helper is very ___________ . 2.
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