How to Teach Grammar: A Guide For TEFL Teachers

In this post, we look at a way to plan and teach a grammar lesson that is both effective and enjoyable. We’ll go step-by-step through a teaching process that will really involve your students in the lesson and help them understand the rules—without long, complicated explanations.

Grammar lessons can be tricky for a variety of reasons. They can be boring. The grammar might be too challenging for the students. The teacher sometimes feels overwhelmed when trying to present and explain all those complex rules.

And often, teachers don’t want to teach grammar lessons because they just don’t seem to be that much fun. The students have to sit quietly and listen to a lecture on the present perfect, for example, before they actually get to do anything.

How to Teach an ESL/EFL Grammar Lesson

So let’s look at a way to plan and teach a grammar lesson that is both effective and enjoyable. We’ll go step-by-step through a teaching process that will really involve your students in the lesson and help them understand the rules—without long, complicated explanations.

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