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  1. 1. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Resolving Grammar Error Effective Editing
  2. 2. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net How does the brain work?
  3. 3. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Actions’ Results Completing actions creates language paths in the brain.
  4. 4. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Repetition The more an action is completed the stronger the language path
  5. 5. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Repetition Equals Brain Results
  6. 6. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net So What? Language error can be re-enforced just as easily as correct language can!
  7. 7. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Time, Money, Emotion, Attention… Something Every Action Costs Something
  8. 8. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net What To Do? Make Decisions Appropriate to Goals!
  9. 9. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net 3 Reasons for Grammar Error
  10. 10. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net 3 Reasons for Grammar Problems 1. Don’t Know- Lack of Knowledge 2. Don’t Recognize-Lack of Practice 3. Don’t Care- Lack of Time
  11. 11. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reason 1 Lack of Knowledge
  12. 12. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Lack of Knowledge Grammar point or rule is unfamiliar or unknown.
  13. 13. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net How To Fix #1 1. Learn the Rule 2. Study the material in a class or by one’s self
  14. 14. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reason 2 Lack of Recognition
  15. 15. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Recognition Can’t see or recognize the error in own work.
  16. 16. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net How To Fix #2 1. Practice Efficiently 2. Practice Correctly 3. Practice Often
  17. 17. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Reason 3 Lack of Time
  18. 18. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Lack of Time Insufficient time spent on editing task
  19. 19. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net How To Fix #3 1. Spend more time 2. Plan for as much time as necessary
  20. 20. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net How are you editing?
  21. 21. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Effective Editing Technique
  22. 22. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net ISOLATE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS Isolating specific problems can help give objectivity to one’s personal work. One way to isolate specific things is to circle them on a paper draft and look at them one by one.
  23. 23. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net ISOLATE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS For example: underline all nouns and then circle all verbs. (for digital editing, colors work better). For nouns, check articles, number agreement. For Verbs, check agreement, tense, and form.
  24. 24. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net ISOLATE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS For example: Another example would be to circle all prepositions and then go back and look at each one asking if it is the appropriate word with the correct usage.
  25. 25. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Common ESL Problems with Verbs – VF,VT,SV Sentence Boundaries –FRG,CS,RO Nouns – NUM, AGR, ART Prepositions – Prep Vocabulary – WF, WW
  26. 26. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Look at your own Instructor feedback! What are your problems?
  27. 27. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Example Isolation With Verb
  28. 28. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Isolate Verbs Highlight or underline all verbs in the sentence. Look at each one and check the tense, form, etc.
  29. 29. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net The first time I know about critical thinking is in my speaking class of my first semester at IVC. Possible Corrections knew, was
  30. 30. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net These problems are now being solved when I am starting to take ESL classes. Possible Corrections are being, start or had been, started
  31. 31. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Example Isolation With SV Agreement
  32. 32. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Isolate Verbs & Subjects Highlight or underline all verbs and noun subjects in the sentence. Look at each one and check the agreement.
  33. 33. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net there is no rules in writing. Possible Corrections are no rules or is no rule
  34. 34. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Having a relaxed mood can help people to write an essay which have a clear explanation. Possible Correction essay which has
  35. 35. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Example Isolation With NUM
  36. 36. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Isolate Nouns Highlight or underline all nouns in the sentence. Look at each one and check the agreement. *can be used to check articles too!
  37. 37. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Some students have no idea about how to use academic vocabularies. Possible Correction vocabulary
  38. 38. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net I did not know how to organize my thought. Possible Correction thoughts
  39. 39. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Example Isolation With FRB, CS
  40. 40. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Isolate S, V, O Highlight or underline all S, V, O in the sentence. Look at each one and check for completeness and punctuation for RO/CS.
  41. 41. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net my first course to study about English writing in Kaplan. Possible Correction It was my first course…
  42. 42. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Three of them are major, the first problem is comprehension. Possible Correction Major. The
  43. 43. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net Practice Effectively and Often
  44. 44. Coleman’s Classroom www.clmn.net GRAMMAR MATTERS !!

A brief explanation of the result of repetitive actions and a lesson on the three reasons for grammar errors with solutions for and example of including a specific effective editing technique. Created by Coleman's Classroom.

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