How To Finally Understand And Use English Grammar

By watching this video lesson, you will learn how to finally understand and use English grammar.

 

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LESSON NOTES

SECTION 1 | STEP 1 ~ SELECT A SPECIFIC GRAMMAR RULE

  • Important to focus on one at a time
    • Explanation: “You need to challenge your brain to figure out the rule you are studying at the moment”
    • Helps you concentrate on one thing
    • Helps you remember the rule faster
    • Helps you use the new rule properly
  • Important to find one that matches your level
    • Explanation: “Pick something that you can grasp, but that also may challenge you a little”
    • Helps you to feel more confident
    • Helps you to focus on improving step-by-step
    • Helps you to learn grammar rules you can apply immediately
  • Important to keep track of what you learn
    • Explanation: “It’s important to know your progress”
    • Helps you to stay encouraged
    • Helps you to set and reach new goals
    • Helps you to see how much you have truly improved

SECTION 2 | STEP 2 ~ FIND 5 DIFFERENT EXPLANATIONS OF THE RULE

  • This will help you see the grammar rule from different perspectives
    • Explanation: “Basically, you will explore and understand every aspect of the grammar rule”
    • The more you understand it, the better you will use it
  • This will help you remember the grammar rule faster in the future
    • Explanation: “Basically, you will be able to recall various ways of using the grammar rule”
    • “To observe attentively is to remember distinctly.” ~ Edgar Allan Poe
  • This will help you explain the grammar rule to others better
    • Explanation: “Basically, you will be able to teach someone else”
    • “Comprehension leads to application.” ~ Teacher Tiffani 😉

SECTION 3 | WRITE 25 EXAMPLE SENTENCES BASED ON THE RULE

  • 25 Example Sentences
    • Example sentences help you see how the grammar rule is applied
  • Find 5 Beginner sentences (3 – 6 words)
    • Quick explanation: “Start with simple sentences because they are easy to understand”
  • Find 5 intermediate sentences (7 – 10 words)
    • Quick explanation: ’Studying intermediate sentences will help you see how to expand the simple sentences”
  • Find 5 advanced sentences (11 or more words)
    • Quick explanation: “Studying advanced sentences will help you see how to combine complex ideas into one sentence”
  • Find 5 sentences written in the past tense
    • Quick explanation: “Studying sentences written in the past tense will help you see how to apply the rule to experiences you already had”
  • Find 5 sentences written in the future tense
    • Quick explanation: “Studying sentences written in the future tense will help you see how to apply the rule in a creative way”

SECTION 4 | REAL LIFE SITUATION & THOUGHT ORGANIZATION

  • Situation: Exchange student studying with two tutors
  • Use the 5Ws for thought organization
    • Who | The exchange student
    • What | Studying English grammar with his two American tutors
    • When | One afternoon
    • Where | At an outdoor cafe
    • Why | Learned how to finally understand and use English Grammar using the 3 steps
  • Full Response:
    • One afternoon, an exchange student and his American tutors were studying English grammar together. They were sitting at an outdoor cafe and the weather was great. The exchange student was actually an intermediate English learner, so he could speak English with confidence. But, he decided to study more because he had learned how to finally understand English grammar using the 3-step process from Teacher Tiffani.

SECTION 5 | 5 DAY ACTION PLAN

  • Day one
    • Watch a YouTube video / Read an interesting English blog & select one sentence structure that is difficult to understand
  • Day two
    • Find the grammar rule that sentence is based on & find 5 different explanations of the rule (review them)
  • Day three
    • Find and write down 25 example sentences that use the grammar rule
  • Day four
    • Memorize 10 of the example sentences (You can choose)
  • Day five
    • Change the sentences you memorized (Change one or two details and make the sentence your own)
    • Example: “He had never heard of eating rice with chopsticks before.” —> “Sharon had never heard of eating spicy noodles with chopsticks before.”

 

 

 

 


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Ali Abdilahi
Ali Abdilahi
2 years ago

Wow! You’re an amazing teacher.

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