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New Ways in Teaching Grammar (New ways in TESOL) (edition 1995)

by Martha C. Pennington (Author), Martha C. Pennington (Editor)

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For students at all levels of proficiency, these activities attend to students' communicative needs; place grammatical structures in realistic contexts; incorporate humor or other highly motivating content; and promote choice, independence, creativity, realism, and peer feedback.
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Title:New Ways in Teaching Grammar (New ways in TESOL)
Authors:Martha C. Pennington (Author)
Other authors:Martha C. Pennington (Editor)
Info:TESOL (1995), 205 pages
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