Grammar across the curriculum

This is a page of resources about the idea of ‘grammar across the curriculum’. This is the idea that the grammar taught in first-language classrooms should be recycled in the teaching of foreign languages, and that if the two are coordinated they will enrich each other. A rather obvious idea, but one which is strikingly absent from both official documents and classroom practice in the UK’s schools.

The page has its origins in a workshop on ‘Learning and teaching grammar across the curriculum (English and Foreign Languages)’ that was held on 4 September 2014 during the LAGB meeting in Oxford.  The workshop was organised and chaired by Eva Duran Eppler. The presentations are the following:

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