Top 5 Grammar Teaching Resources
A good understanding of grammar enables students to communicate clearly and effectively. It’s also important beyond school, when students enter the professional world. Here are five fantastic resources for teaching students the grammar skills they need for success.
1. The Writing Book
The Writing Book by Sheena Cameron and Louise Dempsey is a teacher-friendly guide to teaching writing at emergent, early and fluent levels. It includes practical information that will support primary and middle school teachers to plan and deliver an effective writing programme.
2. Oxford Grammar books
Oxford Grammar explores key grammatical concepts in line with the requirements of the Australian Curriculum: English, and helps students connect grammar features to a writing purpose. The series includes Student Books and Teacher Handbooks.
3. Excel Grammar books
The Excel range of workbooks and study guides includes resources designed to help students learn and master grammatical concepts. They have been written by experienced educators to support the Australian Curriculum, catering to students at pre-school, primary and high school levels.
4. Grammar Conventions books
Grammar Conventions is a unique series written by Australian teachers to provide stimulating activities that will develop students’ language skills, addressing both traditional and functional grammar to fulfil rigorous Australian Curriculum grammatical requirements.
5. Back to Basics Grammar books
The Back to Basics English workbooks give primary school students the opportunity to practise and consolidate their literacy skills. Written by an experienced educator to support the Australian Curriculum, each title includes clear, colourful and fun activities.