Hawker Brownlow Education

by Peter Clutterbuck

LEARNING TO LOVE GRAMMAR:
Activities and Exercises For Better Writing

Learning to Love Grammar is a classroom resource designed to support students in Years 2–4 in their ongoing mastery of the written word. Unlike other resources, the worksheets provided in this book avoid explicit references to traditional grammatical terms, allowing students to practise making careful choices in a context much closer to their everyday writing. With humorous anecdotes, uplifting stories and valuable life advice, author Peter Clutterbuck brings his many years of experience as a classroom teacher to help students grasp the fundamentals of grammar in a fun and engaging way.

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by Dianne Bates

WRITING ESSENTIALS:
A Teacher's Guide to Grammar, Punctuation and Word Usage

Great writers aren’t born, they’re taught! Unfortunately, the rules of written English can be difficult enough to remember, let alone teach. If you struggle to separate pronouns from prepositions, or are often left wondering whether to use “who” or “whom”, Australian author Dianne Bates comes to your aid with Writing Essentials, a welcome reference for teachers and aspiring authors. This handy guide offers concise explanations on the basics of grammar, punctuation and word usage, while also introducing fundamental techniques to help broaden your vocabulary and bring your writing to life.

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“Students study and practise grammar, usage and mechanics
in the context of writing. Students gain valuable realisations
of how GUM can affect the meaning of their writing.”

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