Fun with Grammar: Communicative Activities for the Azar Grammar Series, by Suzanne W. Woodward, offers more than 200 communicative, task-based games and activities that add a whole new dimension to grammar classes. Each chapter has four-skill activities and full-page reproducible worksheets.
The activities in Fun with Grammar are keyed to the Azar books, but are suitable for use with any grammar textbook.
There are lots of fun, practical activities involving listening, doing and creating. Progression is carefully developed, introducing students to the written language gradually; the first book contains mostly listenings and practical activities, and each successive level contains vocabulary and language activities matched to the exercise types and skills of students of that level. Self-assessment is possible thanks to systematic revision activities for individual use. Each volume has a removable insert with the audio tapescripts for the listening activities and answers to the activities....
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ACTIVE KOREAN series developed by the Language Education Institute of Seoul National University, help learners develop their communicative skills in Korean in effective ways within a short period of time.
Learning to compose in a foreign language is not an isolated classroom activity, but a social and cultural
experience. For example, the rules of English composition encapsulate values that are absent in, or
sometimes contradictory to, the values of other societies. Likewise, the rules of Chinese writing reflect
beliefs and values that may not be found in other societies. Therefore, learning the rules of composition in
a foreign language is, to a certain extent, learning the values of the corresponding foreign society (Shen,