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Title: Integrating an Interactive Approach to Teaching Grammar in the English as a Foreign Language Classroom: A Case Study of a Japanese Senior High School Student
Other Titles: インタラクティブアプローチを活用した英語文法教育 日本の高校生を事例として
Authors: Bergeron, Sylvain
Keywords: teacher-centered
grammar-translation
learner-centered
interactive
collaborative
multi-skilled
communicative approach/methodology
Issue Date: Mar-2016
Publisher: 群馬大学国際教育・研究センター
Citation: 群馬大学国際教育・研究センター論集. 15, 17-33. (2016)
Abstract: At a time when new language-teaching trends encourage the use of interactive methods to motivate and maintain student interest, the persistent tendency to retain a teacher-centered approach in teaching English grammar is counterproductive. With more effective methods currently available, monotonous rote learning need no longer dominate the main part of a lesson. Guided by the work of Ur (2009), this paper will introduce the results of a case study conducted by interview. In response to these and other related findings, a model for an interactive, multi-skilled, learner-centered activity designed to effectively teach a specific grammatical concept will also be presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/10315
ISSN: 2185-8209
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