Oxford Teaching Guides: How To Teach Grammar

An accessible guide to teaching grammar in the English classroom

Author Bas Aarts, Author Richard Hudson, and Author Ian Cushing

Suitable for:  For English teachers, trainee English teachers, Heads of English and senior leaders.

Price:  £17.25

ISBN: 978-0-19-842151-1
Publication date: 15/11/2018
Paperback: 256 pages
Dimensions: 216x138mm

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How To Teach Grammar offers accessible and authoritative advice and guidance on teaching grammar. It covers both subject knowledge and classroom practice, providing practical recommendations to help English teachers improve their own depth of understanding of grammar, and their confidence and ability to deliver successful grammar teaching.


  • Combines detailed grammatical knowledge with practical classroom strategies, all in one easy-to-read format
  • Caters for both experienced and newer teachers by covering a broad range of strategies
  • Creates an invaluable resource for trainees, teachers, heads of department and senior leaders, particularly in light of the increased focus on grammar in English lessons and across the curriculum
  • Written by an authoritative author team, who bring a wealth of knowledge and practical classroom experience to this book
  • Part of the Oxford Teaching Guide series - a range of practical, professional guides for teachers that cover a wide range of key issues in school teaching

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  • “With clear and detailed explanations, this is an essential grammar guide for use by new and practicing teachers alike. An easy to use format with practical exercises, this is a valuable resource for use in the secondary classroom.” - Chris Langmead, Curriculum Leader for English, Tor Bridge High, Plymouth
  • “This book is knowledgeable and highly informative, whilst also being eminently readable. For the brand new teacher of grammar with little prior knowledge, it's packed full of clear explanations and worked examples, written in an authoritative but accessible tone. It should be essential reading for every English teacher.” - Alison Smith, English teacher, Ulverston Victoria High School
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