Writing Creatively to Learn Adverbs
When it comes to grammar instruction, teachers often struggle with these questions: Do I teach my students the grammar rules explicitly and give them worksheets to practice with? Or do I provide them with different types of texts and examples and allow them to discover the patterns on their own?
Grammar can be taught in a variety of ways: using the inductive and deductive approaches. With the inductive approach, a teacher provides students with carefully selected examples from which a grammatical rule can be inferred. Student learning takes place via self-discovery. If a teacher . . .
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