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Grammar Teaching and Learning at the Secondary Level

Amir Hossain


Grammar is the precondition of language. After learning grammar, one can be more alert to the strength, flexibility and variety of the language and thus can be in a better position to use it and evaluate others’ use of it. In case of learning Second Language, the environment is much different than L1 acquisition. Without knowing the grammatical rules of using English, learners will not be able to utilise it with confidence and perfection. English is a compulsory subject at the secondary level in any country of the globe. Learners get enough time and opportunity to learn English for several years. There are some fixed items of grammatical rules to teach students in different education levels. In the syllabus of grammar the topics and themes have been introduced as vehicles for practicing the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. However, the question is whether the students are able to acquire the skills of English language or the teachers are able to teach them properly. Though English is a compulsory subject in school level, there is question whether the students are able to produce correct written production or the teachers are able to teach them grammar properly. The present research paper is designed to investigate the evaluation of grammar teaching and learning in the secondary level. Regarding the main reasons lack of awareness and interest for teaching and learning English Grammar among teachers and students, use of traditional methods of teaching, lack of teachers’ training is mentionable. Effective grammar teaching in a communicative way can be ensured through the right kind of attitude towards teaching and learning it. Interesting communicative practices should be applied. Moreover, awareness should be created regarding teaching and learning English Grammar in an effective communicative method.

Keywords: grammar, integrated skills, teaching, learning, communicative method, etc.

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