Chapter 6. Issues in Learning and Teaching Grammar. In this chapter we explore:. The idea that people learned languages before institutionalized education. Five common learning grammar misconceptions.
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Issues in Learning and Teaching Grammar
In this section, Lee and VanPatten review some often-unstated beliefs that people have about learning grammar.
Bob is a native speaker of English, and Tom’s first language is Chinese.
Yo ___________ (comer) mucho cada día.
Mi hermana y yo siempre _____________ (hablar) por teléfono…casi 2 o 3 veces cada día.
Change the sentence, substituting object pronouns for the direct object.
“Finally, and most important of all, we have proposed that, whatever the pedagogical decision at hand, the primary concern of the teacher should always be the question of how to integrate attention to form and meaning, either simultaneously or in some interconnected sequence of tasks and techniques that are implemented throughout the curriculum.”
(Doughty & Williams, 1998, p.261)
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