Consolidating grammar material using different games

While there are a number of different types of grammar games that can be played to help improve a person’s grammar skills, most games are either physical or digital.

Physical games usually include games like “hangman” or games that use flashcards or boards to allow players to progress through the game by using various aspects of grammar, such as spelling.

The reproductive grammar skills give pupils an opportunity to make up their own sentences in oral and written forms in other words to communicate and the receptive grammar skills give them an opportunity to read texts or aud and understand it. The principles of teaching listening comprehension. The purpose and nature of the listening comprehension programme. Structure (composition) of advertisements is determined by their purpose and tasks referred to.

Attention is drawn to the correct pronunciation of the sentence pattern as a sense unit, as a statement (sounds, stress, and melody). Pupils substitute the words or phrases in a sentence pattern. We have examined two kinds of grammar skills: the reproductive and receptive grammar skills. English Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy The book is intended for students of intermediate level. Active voice, Passive voice, Future forms and Past continuous.

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CONTENT INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………3 PART 1 WHAT IS THE GRAMMAR………………………………………4 1.1 The Importance of grammar………………………………………….….4 1.2 The Psychological Characteristic of Grammar Skills……………………4 1.3 The Content of Teaching grammar…………………………………….…6 PART 2 MAJOR METHODS AND PRINCIPLES …………………...…….8 1.1 A Brief Review of the Major Methods of Foreign Language Teaching.…8 1.1.1 The Grammar Translation method…………………………………..…8 1.1.2 The Direct Method……………………………………………………..9 1.1.3 The Audiolingual Method……………………………………….……10 1.1.4 Grammar explanations as used in the major methods………..……….10 1.2 Some General Principles of Grammar Teaching……………………..….11 1.2.1 Conscious approach……………………………………………….…..11 1.2.2 Practical approach……………………………………………….…….12 1.2.3 Structural approach……………………………………………………12 1.2.4 Situational approach…………………………………………….….….13 1.2.5 Different approach…………………………………………………….13 PART 3 FURTHER POINTS FOR CONCIDERATION……...…………….14 1.1 Introduction of new Material……………………………………………..14 1.1.1 Introducing new language structure…………………………….……..14 1.1.2 Types of context.....................................................................................15 1.1.3 The presentation of structural form………………………………..…..15 1.1.4 A general model for introducing new language……………………….15 1.2 Teaching grammar patterns……………………………………………....16 1.3 Correction…………………………………………………………...……18 1.4 The Most Common Difficulties in Assimilating English Grammar……...20 PART 4 TYPES OF EXERCISES FOR THE ASSIMILATION OF GRAMMAR…………………………………….…………………………….21 1.1 Recognition exercises……………………………………………………21 1.2 Drill exercises………………………………………………..…………..21 1.3 Creative exercises………………………………………………………..23 1.4 Grammar tests……………………………………………..……………..24 CONCLUSION………………………………………………………..….…..25 LITERATURE…………………………………………………………….….26 ITRODUCTION Language is the chief means by which the human personality expresses itself and fulfills its basic need for social interaction with other persons.The trick is that sometimes there is no picture for the student to describe and they must use their imagination to bluff their way through. An extremely useful and flexible mingling activity. Pupils pronounce the sentence pattern after the teacher, in imitation of the teacher, both individually and in unison. Or pupils listen to the dialogue and say it after the speaker. We have such a conclusion that the forming of grammar skills depends on training. A word-group as the largest two-facet lexical unit. Semi-notional words connecting two words or clauses.For example: Teacher: They are dancing in the park. Training is of great importance to realize the grammar item. The aptness of a word, its lexical and grammatical valency. To master the reproductive grammar skills one should study the basic sentences or models (grammar is presented as itself in the basic sentences), to master the receptive grammar skills one should identify and analyze the grammar item. It reveals the relationship between the words in the given sentence. The structure of listening comprehension and types of activities. A very common feature of any advertisement is the advertising claims which possesses certain peculiarities and is of great interest to a translator. The problems as the types of sentences in English, their construction, parts of the sentence. The development of transform grammar and tagmemic grammar.