Grammar Alive: A Guide for Teachers
by Brock Haussamen
Publisher: National Council of Teachers of English 2003
Number of pages: 141
This book is a resource for college teachers who wonder what to do about grammar -- how to teach it, how to apply it. The book offers teachers ways to negotiate the often conflicting goals of testing, confident writing, the culturally inclusive classroom.
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