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Teach Grammar In An Interesting Way

Grammar is an essential element of communication that affects the meaning and clarity of a message. To promote teaching and learning proper grammar, in 2008, Martha Brockenbrough, the author of “Things That Make Us [Sic]” and founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG), established Grammar Day. Although initially Grammar Day was set up in the United States, today it is observed in schools all over the world.

To celebrate Grammar Day, teachers organize different grammar activities which are meant to test students' grammar skills and improve their grammar. For some students learning grammar can be challenging, but we believe it can be fun! For teachers to be able to teach grammar in an interesting way, our Global Content Department put together this fun Grammar Day lesson plan composed of interactive lessons:

Active vs Passive sentences Modal verbs - Classroom rules

nouns and verbs standard vs non-standard english

Adverbial revision There, their or they're!

How do I get the lessons?

Get the lessons for FREE from the MultiTeach® Lessons Community. Click the images above, and then you can download the lesson to your computer. You can also find these lessons on Lessons Online (30-days FREE trial available), by typing their title in the search field.

How can I use the lessons?

If you’ve downloaded the lessons to your computer, you can use them in Snowflake MultiTeach, on your classroom’s large touchscreen display. Open the Lessons app and import the lesson you want to use.

When you have access to the lessons in Lessons Online, you and your students can use them on any device, such as a touchscreen, laptop or tablet with an internet connection. Just press play to begin.

If you want access to other ready-made lessons, browse the MultiTeach Lessons Community, request them in our Facebook group, on Twitter or email us at mail@nuiteq.com.

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