Scott Thornbury - How to Answer Learners' Seven Ways of Looking at Grammar 2 days ago   28:36

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Scott Thornbury presents at IATEFL 2019 in Liverpool on how to answer learners' grammar questions.

Find out more about Scott Thornbury's Pocket Handbook, 101 Grammar Questions http://bit.ly/101-grammar

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Xiang Zheng
他的这个,比其他好,很有条理,听了很有启发!谢谢
Mo Sena
Thank you for making these priceless talk series available... 🤗
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Seven Ways of Looking at Grammar Scott Thornbury - How to Answer Learners' 2 days ago   1:06:15

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In this talk, Scott Thornbury reviews some of the main models of grammar—often couched as metaphors—and looks at their implications for classroom practice. Thornbury is a faculty member in MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages at The New School (http://www.newschool.edu/matesol) and an author whose work has been published by Oxford University Press.

What is grammar, and how is it internalized in the mind? Is it made up of symbolic code or of neural connections? Is it a sedimented trace left by previous conversations or an innate human capacity? Our answers to these questions obviously shape the way we go about teaching second languages.

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Location: Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang Building, 65 West 11th Street, 5th floor. July 16, 2009 6:00pm