Event Title

“Teaching Grammar through Communicative Language Teaching, A Study of Teachers Perceptions and Classroom Experiences”

Session

Education and Development

Description

As learners learn a foreign language at school, it is very important to clarify the issue of the teaching grammar in the Communicative language teaching classroom: the use of grammar instructions in the classroom, the focus on the communication process. Since most of the learners have to confront with the language, two things can occur: they might either get motivated by the grammar involved in the classroom, or become less eager to continue studying using it. This study compares the positive and negative influences of grammar usage in communicative language teaching. While learning a foreign language, learners encounter many difficulties that reduce their motivation and interest, but on the other hand there are many beneficial causes when comparing the fact on what happens when a student does not acquire the language properly by appropriate grammar use in the classroom and what happens when they do acquire language properly. This study also will discover teachers’ strategies usage in the lesson, if teachers help learners to acquire the foreign language properly, how teachers motivate learners during the lesson and if teachers focus in grammar skills or teaching strategies. This case study outcomes present valuable information to the teachers and future researches; hence there is a limited number of studies in this field.

Keywords:

grammar, CLT, students, teachers, methods.

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.412

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“Teaching Grammar through Communicative Language Teaching, A Study of Teachers Perceptions and Classroom Experiences”

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

As learners learn a foreign language at school, it is very important to clarify the issue of the teaching grammar in the Communicative language teaching classroom: the use of grammar instructions in the classroom, the focus on the communication process. Since most of the learners have to confront with the language, two things can occur: they might either get motivated by the grammar involved in the classroom, or become less eager to continue studying using it. This study compares the positive and negative influences of grammar usage in communicative language teaching. While learning a foreign language, learners encounter many difficulties that reduce their motivation and interest, but on the other hand there are many beneficial causes when comparing the fact on what happens when a student does not acquire the language properly by appropriate grammar use in the classroom and what happens when they do acquire language properly. This study also will discover teachers’ strategies usage in the lesson, if teachers help learners to acquire the foreign language properly, how teachers motivate learners during the lesson and if teachers focus in grammar skills or teaching strategies. This case study outcomes present valuable information to the teachers and future researches; hence there is a limited number of studies in this field.