April 23, 2022

Grammatical error correction strategies

It can be frustrating to teachers to spot grammatical errors committed by students in the class, especially when they are engaged in meaningful communication. Depending on […]
April 22, 2022

The shifts and turns in teaching grammar

Over the centuries, second language educators have alternated between two types of approaches to language teaching: those that focus on analyzing the language and those that […]
April 21, 2022

How students learn grammar

The study of grammar all by itself will not necessarily make you a better writer. But by gaining a clearer understanding of how our language works, […]
April 10, 2022

The Dogme Approach to Language Teaching

Dogme is an approach to teaching that argues that teaching should focus on the learner and not be driven by the resources available, including course books. […]
April 10, 2022

What is grammar in language teaching?

No term in the language teaching field is as ambiguous as grammar. It is fraught with ambiguity because of its complexity magnified by the fact that […]
April 6, 2022

Grammar Assessment strategies for language teachers

Needless to say, your teaching will change according to the level of the group or individual, particularly in terms of grammar. Presenting grammar in the EFL […]
February 17, 2022

How to ace your virtual scholastic event emceeing

My first hosting experience was back in my college days. What about yours? — Lord Vincent Van Mendoza (@digitallourd) February 16, 2022
February 16, 2022

Why should we use literature in an ESL/EFL classroom?

While there has been an ongoing debate on the notion of whether literature should be used in a language class, it is clear that it has […]
February 16, 2022

Focusing on literature while teaching language

Savvidou (2004) explicates that Language, both spoken and written, comes in a variety of discourse types and, as teachers of language, we attempt to introduce our […]


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