Emma Marsden presented ‘Grammar’ at the fourth of a series of 5 sessions for ALL (Association for Language Learning) at King Edward VII School, Sheffield today (12 February 2020).

This session focused on one of the core components of language competence and a driver of the NCELP Key Stage 3 Schemes of Work: grammar! The ‘why’, ‘what’, ‘when’, and ‘how’ questions about grammar teaching were addressed. Participants gained an understanding of our approach to selecting, sequencing, and teaching grammar. The NCELP principles draw on research about how learners attend to and process the input they hear and read, how they retain information, and the role of practice.

You can view a Grammar presentation given by Emma Marsden at the first residential of the NCELP pilot project on our Resource Portal:

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