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HOW TO- Teaching and learning grammar- Jeremy honeycreekpres.org July 31, | Author: Oxbridge Communications | Category: N/A.
One of several factors that makes students successful in learning English as a foreign language is determined by the methods and techniques used by the English teachers in English language teaching. Of course, the methods and the techniques applied by the teachers in the classroom vary from one teacher to another teacher. Grammar as one of the language components has an important role to play to support the students to be able to learn and use productive skills speaking and writing , and receptive skills listening, and reading. Therefore, this paper limits its discussions on methods and techniques used in teaching Grammar in ELT.
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