TagMichael Swan

Principled Eclecticism


According to Michael Swan, when teaching grammar, we should reject nothing on doctrinaire grounds: * deductive teaching through explanations and examples, * inductive discovery activities, * rule-learning, * peer-teaching, * decontextualised practice, * communicative practice, * incidental focus on form during communicative tasks, * teacher correction and recasts, * grammar games, * corpus...

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