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Don’t kill the giraffe! If, when and how to teach grammar.

Have you ever wondered why some people can just learn a language without learning grammar?

Do you worry about how to present grammar in your classroom?

What’s “giraffe killing” and how does it apply to teaching grammar?

In this TESOL webinar we’re going to dive into these ideas.

Once we emerge from the other side a better, and more informed idea about if, when, and how to teach (and not to teach) grammar.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Join us Live May 15 @ 11 AM New York Time: Click Me To Enter

Gabriel EA Clark is an English teacher with 16 years’ experience and an MA in TESOL and Applied Linguistics from Portsmouth University. He’s the “Clark” in Clark and Miller (www.clarkandmiller.com), a website that focuses on giving learners a deeper understanding of how English works through online courses, books, a podcast and a blog that often features giraffes. He can be found giving talks at conferences, cycling around post-Soviet neighborhoods or performing music in empty bars.