He grammar teaching strategies in the learning procces, in english students of second year morning and afternoon shift at UNAN-Managua, during the second semester 2014
Grammar is a present problem in English students of second year morning and afternoon shift at UNAN – Managua. One reason is the teaching grammar strategies influence in students. So that, the teacher should use a variety of activities, but it is important that she or he knows that every activity i...
|Autores Principales:||Aguirre Pavón, Marlene, Fuentes Chamorro, Janeth|
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Grammar is a present problem in English students of second year morning and afternoon shift at UNAN – Managua. One reason is the teaching grammar strategies influence in students. So that, the teacher should use a variety of
activities, but it is important that she or he knows that every activity is used with a purpose for students’ learning, and each one promotes different kinds of
A second reason is students’ perceptions about grammar. Some of them think that grammar is not important, but it is not true. Because, it is one of the tool that allows talking about the language. Grammar names the types of words and word groups that make up sentences in any language. That is why students cannot elaborate easily a paragraph; in which they can include examples,
statistics, questions, definitions, quotations, and anecdotes. For instance, they are not able to write longer and more sophisticated essays.
Another one is the influential factors in the grammar learning process. These could be internal and external problems. Internal problems influence the students learning activities and its result. It includes student ability, habit, eagerness, etc. External problems are the obstacles or challenges that appear from the surrounding, such as: time, the inadequate facilities, the teacher’s behavior and attitude, the atmosphere of class, etc.
Finally, in order to analyze the effects of teaching strategies used in the developing of grammar learning. The issue of grammar teaching needs to take into account the factors that can influence teacher trainees’ pedagogical
choices and decision-making when teaching grammar in the classrooms.