Teaching grammar articles/ tips

Updated 7 July 2015

General articles on teaching grammar

70 characteristics of a good grammar explanation

Why your students still make mistakes with grammar they know well

Combining grammar with other things

Linking cultural training with grammar

Combining history topics and English grammar

Putting the grammar back into Xmas

Grammar in Business English classes

Error correction

Alternatives to spoken error correction

15 error correction games

A well-balanced use of error correction

15 variations on a grammar auction

Why does my teacher make me correct my own answers?

Why doesn’t my teacher correct all my mistakes when I am speaking?


15 reasons why PPP is so unfashionable

15 variations on PPP

Articles about teaching prepositions

Prepositions of position for young learners

Using video for prepositions of position

Crafts for prepositions of position

Prepositions of position through movement

Prepositions through realia and flashcards

Fun activities for prepositions of time

Time expressions that your students should probably study (mainly involving prepositions)

Articles about other grammar points

Teaching tense and aspect articles index page

How to teach like and would like– NEW

How to teach frequency expressions– NEW

How to teach There is/ There are

How to teach modals of possibility/ probability/ deduction

How to teach this/ that/ these/ those

7 this/ that/ these/ those games

Physical games to practise a/ an

Classroom practice of a/ an

How to teach a/ an

TPR games for I can…/ I can’t…

Other fun activities for can/ can’t

Teaching It is…/ They are…

Stimulating practice for comparatives

Teaching countable and uncountable nouns

25 definining and non-defining relative clauses games

15 countable and uncountable noun games

15 fun activities for the articles a, an and the

The 15 best tips for learning articles

15 games for reported speech

15 more reported speech games

Yet another 15 games for reported speech

15 fun activities for there is/are/was/were

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