Teaching Grammar and the Four Skills

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Running Head: TEACHING GRAMMAR AND THE FOUR SKILLSTeaching grammar and the four skillsName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1TEACHING GRAMMAR AND THE FOUR SKILLSEXECUTIVE SUMMARYReading is one of the most vital part of human existence. In modern-day society teaching readinghas gained prominence. The following report discusses a process approach towards teachingreading. The experimental activity has taken resort to the method utilizing phonics, for thepurpose of proper development of reading skills of pupils.
2TEACHING GRAMMAR AND THE FOUR SKILLSTable of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3DISCUSSION..................................................................................................................................4PART 1........................................................................................................................................4REQUIREMENTS OF THE ACTIVITY:...............................................................................4PROCEDURE OF THE ACTIVITY:......................................................................................4VARIATIONS:........................................................................................................................5RATIONALE FOR SELECTING THIS STRATEGY:..........................................................5THE TASK ENHANCES THE STRATEGY:........................................................................6CHALLENGES OF CONDUCTING THE TASK:................................................................6PART 2........................................................................................................................................7SUCCESS OF THE TASK......................................................................................................8LIMITATIONS OF THE TASK.............................................................................................8IMPROVEMENT OF THE TASK..........................................................................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
3TEACHING GRAMMAR AND THE FOUR SKILLSINTRODUCTIONPresent world endorses English as the most widely learned language and the task ofreading is regarded as one of the most significant skill in teaching language (Saville & Barto,2016). In majority of cases, pupils in English classes showcase an inclination towards maturingproficiency, for the purpose of getting access to data and not for improving their socialcommunication skills. Consequently teaching the discipline of reading has been successful inobtaining massive attention (Kucer, 2014). Regrettably, the teachers have not been completelysuccessful in properly executing the task of enhancing the reading ability of their pupils; evenafter years of studying English, only a handful of pupils attain the capability of proficient reading(Bursuck & Damer, 2014). The fact must be noted, that it is absolutely necessary on the part ofthe teachers to guide pupils to overcome their poor reading habits and nurture improved ones(Machin, McNally & Viarengo, 2016). As a result of this, various experiments are conducted todiscover methods of teaching, which might prove efficient and successfully empower the pupilswith proper reading skills. A significant fact of process approach is that, it focuses on the processof reading rather than on the end product. A considerable amount of knowledge about readingskills, have always been the part of a curriculum followed by pupils interested in appearing forthe global language examinations. The process approach to teach reading was embracedextensively in second language classroom, after the need for attention to individual pupil washighlighted (Urquhart & Weir, 2014). The following report aims at discovering various facets ofa particular method of teaching the discipline of reading.
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