Singing Grammar: Teaching Grammar through Songs
"Singing Grammar: Teaching Grammar through Songs" by Mark Hancock
Cambridge University Press | English | 1999 | ISBN: 0521625424 | PDF + MP3 | 45,3 MB
Singing Grammar is part of the Cambridge Copy Collection. It is a resource book of supplementary materials for the teaching of grammar through the medium of song. It contains eighteen songs, each with a specific grammar focus, and is suitable for students from elementary to intermediate level. For each of the songs there is a clear page of teachings notes followed by a motivating song worksheet, a grammar exercise page and a fun grammar game for classroom use. The material is especially suitable for younger learners but could also be used successfully with adults.
* songs specifically written for different age groups and levels
* variety of musical styles
* step-by-step instructions and tips for teachers
* range of exercise types
* photocopiable worksheets and games
* useful pop music glossary
* alternative karaoke or slow version for each song
* Songbook containing lyrics and chords
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