Seven Effective Techniques
for
Presenting Grammar
Each technique has advantages but
some possible problems may relate to it
too.
Think of that All
And
. Share what you th...
1- Using Realia
• Put some objects in front of students( book,
pen, pencil, ……. etc )
• Ask students to close their eyes a...
Using pictures- 2
• Show students two pictures asking them to
make sentences to show the difference
between the 2 pictures...
Making a situation- 3
• Talk about 4 or 5 persons students know well
using the tense ( e.g. Ali has just written a word
on...
Using a song text- 4
• Find a song text that contains a lot of the
tense.
• Design and distribute a worksheet asking
stude...
Using Reading- 5
• Use a report or a passage that focuses on the tense.
• Write questions below the passage focusing on th...
Using a timeline- 6
• Draw a timeline on the board such as the
following:
| ……………………………………..………|
Past---------------------...
Explaining directly- 7
• Write the form of the tense on the board:
have or has + past participle
• Tell students when use ...
Explaining directly- 7
• Write the form of the tense on the board:
have or has + past participle
• Tell students when use ...
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Seven Effective Techniques for Presenting grammar

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Seven Effective Techniques for Presenting Grammar
  • 2. Each technique has advantages but some possible problems may relate to it too. Think of that All And . Share what you think with me
  • 3. 1- Using Realia • Put some objects in front of students( book, pen, pencil, ……. etc ) • Ask students to close their eyes and move one or some of the objects. • Ask students: What have I moved? Eliciting: You have moved ………. • Ask a student to do the same asking: What has he moved? Eliciting: He has moved ………. • Write the examples on the board.
  • 4. Using pictures- 2 • Show students two pictures asking them to make sentences to show the difference between the 2 pictures. • Eliciting: In picture 2, Ahmed has closed the door. In picture 2, Noha has ironed the dress. • Correct the mistakes and write the sentences on the board asking students to repeat them. • Refer to the form and explain the meaning.
  • 5. Making a situation- 3 • Talk about 4 or 5 persons students know well using the tense ( e.g. Ali has just written a word on the board, Ahmed has just closed the window, …………. ) • Write the sentences on the board underlining the word just and the form of the tense stressing on it when reading the sentences. • Present the meaning of just. • Ask students to talk about people they know giving similar examples.
  • 6. Using a song text- 4 • Find a song text that contains a lot of the tense. • Design and distribute a worksheet asking students to listen to the song and fill in the gaps on the worksheet. • Gradually elicit the use and form of the tense.
  • 7. Using Reading- 5 • Use a report or a passage that focuses on the tense. • Write questions below the passage focusing on the tense. • Students read and answer the questions which should be constructed as: What have the boys seen/received/ sent ……..? • Elicit the answers orally asking for complete sentences. • Write the answers on the board: The boys have seen/sent/ ……… • Refer to the form and meaning using colours and underlining.
  • 8. Using a timeline- 6 • Draw a timeline on the board such as the following: | ……………………………………..………| Past------------------------------------ Now--------------------------------------future • Write a sentence in the tense placed between past and now ( in the dotted line, e.g. I have seen him ) • Tell students first about the use of the tense then the form. • Ask them to give more sentences similar to the example.
  • 9. Explaining directly- 7 • Write the form of the tense on the board: have or has + past participle • Tell students when use the tense. • Tell them the common words used in this tense. • Give examples to illustrate. • Elicit more examples from them.
  • 10. Explaining directly- 7 • Write the form of the tense on the board: have or has + past participle • Tell students when use the tense. • Tell them the common words used in this tense. • Give examples to illustrate. • Elicit more examples from them.