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Skip to 0 minutes and 8 seconds One of our teachers - he always makes a game that you have to do. He gets a noun and you make it an adverb or different ones. And I like it because when you have it correct, you can leave the class early. So you always participate and you’re learning without really - like you’re playing a game so it’s fun learning. I like that most. There’s something that we call again in the teaching jargon the guided discovery where the student first have to do an exercise, and then they get to understand and find the rule by themselves, and then practise.

Skip to 0 minutes and 38 seconds I think that’s a good way to bring grammar into the lesson, to let them discover the rule without saying today we’re going to do grammar and this is the rule and you have to learn it. I think guided discovery is probably for me, the best way to bring grammar into the picture.

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