Published at Sunday, April 07th, 2019 - 21:12:10 PM. English Worksheets. By Josephine Frisk.
Read as many English books, magazines and newspapers as you can. Although it is said that reading might not appeared to be an effective grammar-learning activity, the truth is that the more you read, the more you are able to observe sentences that are grammatically correct. When reading books, you should focus on how the passages and sentences are constructed. You should look out for the grammar rules used for that particular sentence that you are not sure. You then need to remember, mark them and think about why it is used the way it is. You may need to refer to a good grammar reference book or dictionary to confirm its grammar usage. This will eventually help your grammar in a long run when you realized the patterns of the sentences encountered as you read.
Take advantage of online quizzes and blogs. There are many free platforms available for teachers to create their own webpage or website. If the school has internet access (schools in Italy are catching up on technology), it is even possible to conduct an entire lesson online. The teacher plans the lesson and then uploads it to the site, where the students can follow along, complete on-site worksheets by downloading them to a word processor, and test their knowledge with online quizzes. Its ideal for a mixed-level class with students who finish earlier than others in lockstep. They can simply go on to the next activity on-site, or click on one of the linked pages in the teacher‘s “links“ directory to find more ESL activities and games on the web.
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