Grammar Conversation(advanced)

manderjones 2021-03-19 18:52:42
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This PPT encompasses some grammatical terms which advanced students should aim to be conversant with, vocally. Recognition of the language points I've listed should be familiar yet producing them will require more thought.

I have selected five structures for your students to get their teeth into. NOTE: Whilst these slides are not particularly contextual; there are some less controlled tasks, contained within them. These aim to provide practice through personalization. This, in turn, will anchor the T.L to their lives and provide a springboard for some creative narration and extended speaking. Furthermore, the points covered could serve to highlight some important gaps in their knowledge.

Each slide generates approximately 10-30 minutes of lesson time depending on how much you choose to vary the activity. You can add this into some recap work, as a cooler or for a more engaging reference to a coursebook unit.

DO NOT TREAT THESE SLIDES AS INDIVIDUAL LESSONS.

Copyright License: This file is licensed by manderjones under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2021-03-19 18:52:42

Author: manderjones

from United Kingdom

I am a dedicated, professional EFL Teacher with almost 15 years experience, whose primary purpose is to drive students towards a higher level of proficiency in the English language. I have taught a plethoria of pedagogical approaches paying particular focus on the communicative method; a common practise in language schools globally.


Having lived, taught and volunteered across three continents in over half a dozen countries I am able to draw on these experiences as a tool for understanding students individual learning needs. As each nationality experience problems with L2; it is my job to iron out these flaws and alert them to common pitfalls when communicating.


In addition I lead teacher training sessions & workshops, mentor, create syllabi and design exams & materials for schools.


In my spare time I review attractions and eating/drinking establishments for a number of online travel sites. I also contribute to advice forums and set up travel blogs.


Both in and out of work, teaching, learning and sharing are of great importance to me.

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