The Place of Spoken Grammar in the Teaching Learning of Speaking


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Speaking is a means through which much language could be learned. It is conducive for learning the other skills (listening, reading and writing) and language components (vocabulary, grammar and phonology). Therefore, it deserves to be adequately paid close attention and assigned sufficient weight in the second language (SL) and foreign language (FL) curriculum.

Content:-
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER ONE: THE SPEAKING SKILL
CHAPTER TWO: CORRELATION BETWEEN STANDARD GRAMMAR AND SPOKEN GRAMMAR
CHAPTER THREE: TEACHING SPOKEN GRAMMAR
CHAPTER FOUR: STUDENTS‟ USE OF THE SPOKEN GRAMMAR ASPECTS
CHAPTER FIVE: TEACHERS‟ METHODOLOGY AND VIEWS ABOUT THE SPOKEN GRAMMAR ASPECTS
CHAPTER SIX: PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDICES

Author Details
"Fatima-Zohra SEMAKDJI"




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