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I always believe in thorough planning especially when a pilot class is involved in such case study as classroom time is precious and I ... ... middle of paper ... ...mmar lesson. It gave me new perspectives of how a grammar lesson should be conducted and reformed from the traditional way of teaching grammar- moving away from didactic or deductive teaching towards an inductive one. Truly at times, my concern would be trying to complete the syllabus and preparing the pupils for the examinations. With factor such as time constrain, teachers, like myself, at times adopt the deductive ways as it is much simpler to conduct and intended objectives are clearly delivered to the pupils without much hassle. Works Cited Thornburry, Scott.
In fact, there are some points which can help student have a comprehensive overview to the conditional sentence, as long as students master those learning skills, they would have better understanding of it. This paper will discuss the essential components of grammar in conditional clauses not only in sentence but also in discourse level. The paper mainly contains two parts within six sections. The first part of this paper intends to evaluate Miss Wong’s teaching approach of the conditional clauses, which indicate the merits and demerits for her teaching method. Then the impact of Miss Wong’s approach on student learning would be included.
To assure a complete coherence among theories and concepts in order to carry out this research project, it is necessary to have a theoretical support on the following constructs: collaborative writing, the computer - assisted language learning (CALL) which deals with constructivism theory and collaborative work. Also, the use of chat in language teaching, and teaching English with technology to adult learners. These constructs will give a clear justification of what it is expected to demonstrate through the action research project. The main purpose of this project is to put into evidence the effectiveness of applying and implementing technology “chat” in the English classroom. Collaborative Writing: Good writing skills are essential for effective communication.
The method of teaching depends on the nature of the subject, and the tact of the teacher. This essay is aimed at assessing teaching methods and strategies used in schools and discuss innovations that should take place to make them more effective and learner centred. Brandes and Ginnis (1996:167) acknowledge that the movement from established well-known ground to explore new teaching strategies is a tough challenge to teachers. In a classroom, a teaching strategy is a generalized plan for a lesson which includes structure, instructional objectives and an outline of planned tactics, necessary to implement the strategies. Reece and Walker (2002) describe a teaching strategy as a combination of student activities supported by the use of appropriate resources to provide particular learning resources.
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