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dc.contributor.authorCanabarro, Guilherme Rodrigues-
dc.identifier.citationCANABARRO, G. R. Communicative grammar teaching in english as a second language: didactic sequences. 2020. 15 f. Trabalho de Conclusão (graduação em Letras - Inglês) - Universidade La Salle, Canoas, 2020. Disponível em: Acesso em: 03 ago. 2021.pt_BR
dc.description.abstractIn this paper, we analyze the communicative grammar, which teaches us a way to impart grammar without focusing on mechanical exercises, to teach English as a second language. At the same time, we research about task-based activities, which gives us some reasons as to why and how one can use more focused activities inside the classroom. Both communicative grammar and task-based activities work well on explaining why one should focus on a communicative approach to teach English as a L2. Based on studies by Larsen Freeman (2003), David Nunan (2004) and other authors, we create didactic sequences to implement in a real class environment. These sequences focus on teaching grammar communicatively and each of them targets different grammar topics: modals verbs and verbs in the simple past, which can be used in both regular schools and language institutes, as long as teachers use the sequences with teen students. I also hope that the classes are useful as molds to create new and more communicative activities with the focus on task based activities.pt_BR
dc.publisherUniversidade La Sallept_BR
dc.rightsOpen Accessen
dc.subjectCommunicative Grammarpt_BR
dc.subjectTask Based Activitiespt_BR
dc.subjectL2 Learningpt_BR
dc.titleCommunicative grammar teaching in english as a second language: didactic sequencespt_BR
dc.typeTrabalho de Conclusãopt_BR
dc.contributor.advisorPasca, Maria Alejandra Saraivapt_BR, RSpt_BR (Inglês)pt_BR
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