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Grammar Challenges: Make the Mundane Meaningful!

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When you're teaching grammar to your students do they lose interest, complain that it is boring, or fail to see its relevancy? This webinar will show how to present problems to be solved and engage your students in a collaborative grammar practice. It will also explore using mobile devices to connect students to resources beyond the classroom. Join Catlin Tucker as she shares ways to let your students be the experts by asking them to research, design presentations, and present for their peers to address the Common Core Speaking and Listening Standards.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Communication & Collaboration, Reading & Writing
Tags: CCSS, Common Core State Standards, English, grammar, Language Arts, presentations, research, speaking, Speaking and Listening standards mobile devices

Reviews (33)

Full Member
Great presentation on problem solving using correct grammar.
Full Member
great ideas! love the QR code ideas. thanks
Great Ideas to teach grammar! As an ELA teacher, I am always looking for engaging ways to address grammar with my students. These were all ideas I will try in my classroom!
Full Member
Thanks for the fun activities to help teach grammar.
Full Member
Great ideas for making grammar more interesting to students.
Full Member
Great examples and ideas! Thank you!
Full Member
Thank you for the creative ideas.
Basic Member
Great webinar. Lots of ideas I want to use. Making learning fun helps to engage my students.
Full Member
Wonderful methods to make grammar relevant, meaningful, and even fun for students. Packed with strategies that would work for other subject material, too.
Basic Member
I was always trying new things in my classroom to get students involved and interested in grammar and vocab. Thanks for the great ideas.
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