Teaching grammar in high school
In this article we ask ourselves about the way in which the political grammar of an organization that carried out the Plan FinEs2 and the deployment of a set of daily tactics intervened in the configuration of a particular school grammar. Based on a doctoral research in two working class neighborhoods in the city of La Plata during the period 2013-2019 and the analysis of an empirical corpus built from different qualitative methodological techniques, we studied the development of three everyday tactics that framed the process of doing school. In this way, we identified that the perceptions, practices and militant traditions were articulated with the ways in which educational referents and teachers conceived school space and time.
This article aims to contribute to the understanding how the political grammar of an organization influenced the grammar of schooling. Based on a doctoral research in two neighborhoods of La Plata city, during the period 2013-2019, we will analyze the development of three daily tactics. In this way, we will identify that militant perceptions, practices and traditions were articulated with the way school space and time were conceived.
Porque es importante enseñar gramática
Este trabajo analiza las causas por las que los estudiantes que ingresan al ámbito universitario fracasan en su capacidad de leer y escribir con fluidez y corrección. El análisis sirve de base para una propuesta de recuperación de la enseñanza de contenidos gramaticales disciplinares en la escuela; es decir, subraya la necesidad de hacer una gramática didáctica del español que fomente el desarrollo de la conciencia lingüística en los estudiantes, lo que desencadenaría mejor su uso de la lengua con mayor control, eficacia y corrección.
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One of the most important aspects of learning a language is mastering grammar. Speaking good grammar can prevent you from being misunderstood. There are numerous online grammar classes accessible to language learners of different ages and grade levels.
Grammar is a set of rules that you use to form sentences in any language. Without grammar, it would be very difficult for people to understand each other. Therefore, learning grammar is important, but it is not always easy to get started.
Online grammar classes, like most online learning, can have a fairly wide price range. Grammar courses are usually a bit shorter and cheaper than online courses in other more specialized subjects (e.g., a computer course).
As with most online learning platforms, grammar courses are generally available through one of two options: subscription platforms, which offer full access for a rush fee, or per-course platforms, where students have to pay for each lesson.
Didactics of grammar
Grammar is the study of the rules and principles that govern the use of languages and the organization of words within sentences and other syntactic constituents. It is also called the set of rules and principles that govern the use of a particular language; thus, each language has its own grammar.[5
It was Dionysius of Thrace, in his Tékhne Grammatiké (1st century B.C.), who established a terminology that would be inherited by later Western grammars, starting from the Latin ones. The ancient Romans, with Elius Donatus at their head, created the term litteratura (from littera, “letter”), which they reserved for the historical and interpretative part, while they kept the Hellenism grammatica for the set of norms and rules. The “tekhnym grammatica” is considered to be the “grammatical grammar.” The “tekhnym grammatiké” is considered to be the “grammatical grammar” of a language.
The “tekhné Grammatiké” (Τέχνη Γραμματική), attributed to Dionysius of Thrace (c. 100 B.C.), is considered to be the first grammar, in modern terms, written on a European language. Latin grammar developed following Greek models since the 1st century B.C., thanks to the work of authors such as Orbili Pupil, Palemnó, Marco Valerio Probe, Verri Flaco and Aemilius Asper. On the other hand, the Ars Grammatica of Elius Donatus (4th century) was dominant in grammatical studies during the Middle Ages.