English Department
Teacher Training and Education
Faculty
Mathla’ul Anwar University
GRAMMAR
Ade Sudirman, S.Pd
Birth Place and Date : Pandeglang, 03 October 1981
Address : Kadugading, Menes, Pandeglang-Banten
Education:
 SDN 1 Menes...
The Courses
1. Writing I;
2. Writing IV;
3. Structure I;
4. Grammar;
5. Morphology;
6. Dictation (Vocabulary);
7. Reading ...
Introduction
Grammar is a course which teaches students
about basic English lessons, and the ways how to
use words in a ap...
Course Evaluation
Attendance
30%
Midterm Test
30%
Final Test
30%
Assignment
10%
Grading of this subject will consider the ...
Students are required to attend the course
at least 75 %.
Grading Score: Mark
86.00 - 100 : A
71.00 - 85.99 : B
56.00 - 70...
Schedule
1. INTRODUCTION, GRAMMAR
DEFINITION
2. NOUNS
3. ADJECTIVES
4. ADVERBS
5. VERBS (PART 1)
6. VERBS (PART 2)
7. PASS...
Why is Grammar ?
Harmer argues, “It may be that communicative
competence is best achieved through
communicating, through m...
What is grammar?
Harmer states there are several definitions of
grammar, first, grammar is partly the study of what forms ...
What is grammar?
Furthermore, Ur argues, “Grammar is sometimes
defined as the way words are put together to make
correct s...
What is grammar?
Moreover, Purpura states, “Grammar is defined in terms of
grammatical form and meaning, which are availab...
1. Prescriptive grammar
Decapua argues, “Prescriptive grammar is the
grammar taught in school, discussed in newspaper
and ...
2. Descriptive grammar
In contrast, Decapua says, “. . . descriptive
grammar means saying that everything is right
and not...
References
1. Grammar Practice for Upper Intermediate Students;
2. Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises;
3. Gr...
Warming up !!
• Mention the names of English Tenses!
• Mention the auxiliary verbs!
THE END
Thank you
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    1. 1. English Department Teacher Training and Education Faculty Mathla’ul Anwar University GRAMMAR Ade Sudirman, S.Pd
    2. 2. Birth Place and Date : Pandeglang, 03 October 1981 Address : Kadugading, Menes, Pandeglang-Banten Education:  SDN 1 Menes  MTsN 1 Pandeglang  SMAN 1 Pandeglang  (S-1) Mathla’ul Anwar University, Banten  Graduate School, Muhammadiyah University of Prof. DR. HAMKA , Jakarta. Profession:  The Owner of Sudirman Juang Foundation;  CEO @ LKP SC “THE SMARTMAKER”, Menes;  Lecturer of Mathla’ul Anwar University, Banten;  Inventor of Smart Fingers Technique;  Motivator; Contact: E-mail : adesudirman03@gmail.com Hp : 0813 8677 7429 Curriculum Vitae Ade Sudirman,
    3. 3. The Courses 1. Writing I; 2. Writing IV; 3. Structure I; 4. Grammar; 5. Morphology; 6. Dictation (Vocabulary); 7. Reading I; 8. Reading II.
    4. 4. Introduction Grammar is a course which teaches students about basic English lessons, and the ways how to use words in a appropriate sentence to make meaningful communication. Therefore, This course will lead you to a very pleasant and challenging journey where you can get the experience of the process of learning English grammar.
    5. 5. Course Evaluation Attendance 30% Midterm Test 30% Final Test 30% Assignment 10% Grading of this subject will consider the following items:
    6. 6. Students are required to attend the course at least 75 %. Grading Score: Mark 86.00 - 100 : A 71.00 - 85.99 : B 56.00 - 70.99 : C 41.00 - 55.99 : D 00.00 - 40.99 : E
    7. 7. Schedule 1. INTRODUCTION, GRAMMAR DEFINITION 2. NOUNS 3. ADJECTIVES 4. ADVERBS 5. VERBS (PART 1) 6. VERBS (PART 2) 7. PASSIVE 8. CAUSATIVE 9. MIDTERM TEST 1. TENSES PART 1 2. TENSES PART 2 3. CONDITIONAL TENSES 4. MODALITY 5. GERUND AND INFINITIVES 6. REPORTED SPEECH 7. SENTENCE STRUCTURE 8. RELATIVE CLAUSES 9. FINAL TEST
    8. 8. Why is Grammar ? Harmer argues, “It may be that communicative competence is best achieved through communicating, through making meanings, and grammar is a way of tidying these meaning up.” Then, Leibniz as cited in Harmer, says, “A language is acquired through practice, it is merely perfected through grammar.” (Jeremy Harmer. 1999. How To Teach Grammar. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, p.25.)
    9. 9. What is grammar? Harmer states there are several definitions of grammar, first, grammar is partly the study of what forms (or structures) are possible in a language. Second, grammar is a description of the rules that govern how a language’s sentences are formed. The last, grammar is conventionally seen as the study of the syntax and morphology of the sentences. Meanwhile, syntax is the system of rules that cover the order of the words in a sentence, and morphology is the system of rules that cover the formation of the words. (Jeremy Harmer. 1999. How To Teach Grammar. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, p.1.)
    10. 10. What is grammar? Furthermore, Ur argues, “Grammar is sometimes defined as the way words are put together to make correct sentences.” Besides, he also says that grammar is a set of rules that define how words (or parts of words) are combined or changed to form acceptable units of meaning within a language. (Peny Ur. 1996. A Course in Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.75.)
    11. 11. What is grammar? Moreover, Purpura states, “Grammar is defined in terms of grammatical form and meaning, which are available to be accessed in language use.” In addition, Brown says, “Grammar is the system of rules governing the conventional arrangement and relationship of words in a sentence.” (James Purpura. 2004. Assessing Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.85.) (H. Douglas Brown. 2007. Teaching by Principles, An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy, Third Edition. White Plains : Pearson Education. p.420.)
    12. 12. 1. Prescriptive grammar Decapua argues, “Prescriptive grammar is the grammar taught in school, discussed in newspaper and magazine columns on language, or mandated by language academies such as those found in Spain or France.” It attempts to tell people how they should use appropriate languages like what, how, and why they should say something. (Andrea Decapua. 2008. Grammar for Teacher: A Guide to American English for Native and Non-Native Speakers. New York: Springer, p.10.)
    13. 13. 2. Descriptive grammar In contrast, Decapua says, “. . . descriptive grammar means saying that everything is right and nothing is wrong. What we must consider is the purpose for which a speaker is using language.” Commonly it can be found when adult native speakers actually use their language in their daily activities. (Andrea Decapua. 2008. Grammar for Teacher: A Guide to American English for Native and Non- Native Speakers. New York: Springer, p.13.)
    14. 14. References 1. Grammar Practice for Upper Intermediate Students; 2. Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises; 3. Grammar for Teachers; 4. The Teacher's Grammar Book; 5. Smart Fingers: Menguasai 16 Tenses Bahasa Inggris dengan Jari dalam 30 Menit !.
    15. 15. Warming up !! • Mention the names of English Tenses! • Mention the auxiliary verbs!
    16. 16. THE END Thank you
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