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    • It's not black and white - critical thinking and learning grammar Gareth Davies Shaun Wilden
      • There were less people than I expected.
      • I am understanding him.
      • I’ve been there this morning.
      • There’s seven of them
      • None of them want to go out
      Are these sentences correct English?
      • Which of these are correct?
      • Andy is teaching tomorrow.
      • Andy is going to teach tomorrow.
      • Andy’ll be teaching tomorrow.
      • Andy’ll’ve taught by this time tomorrow.
    • What do you understand by these terms? Prescriptive Grammar Descriptive Grammar Pedagogic Grammar Inductive Teaching Deductive Teaching
    • Solutions Pre Intermediate Paul Davies and Tim Falla OUP Headway Intermediate Fourth Edition John and Liz Soars OUP
    • Solutions Pre Intermediate Paul Davies and Tim Falla OUP
    • Solutions Pre Intermediate Paul Davies and Tim Falla OUP
    • Headway Intermediate Fourth Edition John and Liz Soars OUP
    • Headway Intermediate Fourth Edition John and Liz Soars OUP
      • When presenting language:
      • Make sure there is clear context
      • Decide if the book is being inductive or deductive
      • Is this right for your students?
      • Look at the purpose of each practice activity, does it practice what you want it to?
      • Give students application time
      • Give students thinking time
      • Find out why they chose their answers
      • Let them personalize and ‘own’ the language
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