(NEW WAYS TO USE AN INTERACTIVE BOARD FOR TEACHING VERBAL GRAMMAR)
By Nick Koretsky
Studying a dog's abstraction.
It has been my experience that children don't really enjoy grammar. They see it as something lifeless and abstract. Many students believe that grammar exists only as tedious drills and they often do not understand its value in language and indeed in everyday life.
Let me offer a possible explanation for this by means of a simple example. Imagine that you have never seen a dog. You want to . . .
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