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How to teach grammar from examples
By Saul hdz
Inductive Teaching
• Student's study examples of the
content.
• Students make generalization
leading to an understanding of the
rule
The pros
• The mental effort involved ensures a
greater degree of cognitive depth which,
again ensures greater memorabilit...
The cons
• The time and energy spent in working out
rules may mislead students into believe
that rules are the objective o...
Steps
• 1- Provide students with examples
• 2- Have students arrange the examples
into groups.
• 3- have students label groups.
• 4- Have a students make a conclusion
about the topic.
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How to teach grammar (Inductive teaching)

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In this PPP you will see about Inductive teaching and how to apply in the classroom as well.

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How to teach grammar (Inductive teaching)

  1. 1. How to teach grammar from examples By Saul hdz
  2. 2. Inductive Teaching • Student's study examples of the content.
  3. 3. • Students make generalization leading to an understanding of the rule
  4. 4. The pros • The mental effort involved ensures a greater degree of cognitive depth which, again ensures greater memorability • Working things out for themselves prepares students for greater self-reliance and is therefore conducive to learner autonomy.
  5. 5. The cons • The time and energy spent in working out rules may mislead students into believe that rules are the objective of language learning, rather than a means. • Students may hypotheslse the wrong rule, in its application.
  6. 6. Steps • 1- Provide students with examples
  7. 7. • 2- Have students arrange the examples into groups.
  8. 8. • 3- have students label groups.
  9. 9. • 4- Have a students make a conclusion about the topic.

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