WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?

WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
WRITING LESSON: Why Do We Have To Study Grammar?
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Students often feel that studying grammar is irrelevant. This lesson aims to disprove this idea by taking three different grammatical concepts and showing students how knowledge of these can enhance their writing skills.

This lesson will work well as part of a larger writing unit, or when studying writing or grammar. However, it would also be perfect as a one-off substitute lesson!

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CONTENTS

STEP-BY-STEP LESSON PLAN (Possibly 2 lessons)
This step-by-step plan will guide you through the lesson(s) - there is plenty of work here for two possible lessons.

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE
Through studying the active and passive voice, students can see how a knowledge of this grammatical concept can impact emphasis in writing.
- Informative notes page to help guide your teaching of the concept.
- Practice worksheet and answer key

DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH
Through studying direct and indirect speech, students can see how a knowledge of this grammatical concept can impact their narrative writing and characterization.
- Informative notes page to help guide your teaching of the concept.
- Practice worksheet and answer key

TYPES OF SENTENCES
Through studying types of sentences (simple, compound, complex etc.), students can see how a knowledge of this grammatical concept can influence tone in writing.
- Informative notes page to help guide your teaching of the concept.
- Practice worksheet
Total Pages
10 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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