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|Description||If you want to look closely at language, you really need to know about grammar, but many teachers have two pressing questions about this – ‘What do I need to understand about grammar myself, before I can teach it confidently?’ and ‘How can I make the study of grammar accessible and relevant for my students?’ This course has the answers. You will learn how to use four simple principles as tools to unlock any grammatical concept. Analysis of a range of texts will demonstrate that grammatical aspects go well beyond the simple ‘naming of parts’.|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||Four fundamental principles of the roles of words, phrases and clauses.
Putting together a grammar ‘survival kit’ of a few essential terms.
Applying what you have learned to a range of texts: spoken, written, literary and non-literary.
Extending awareness of key grammatical features for analysing texts.
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