Looking for some new ideas for how to engage students in their grammar study? Beth has found success by getting students to notice grammar instead of only presenting it to them. She highlights several examples of getting students to learn from their own curiosity.
A board member of Educators Worldwide, Beth brings experience from teaching in several countries. In this episode, she shares the process of moving students from reading to noticing to discussing and finally writing. Beth emphasizes how students often learn grammar better when they discover some of the rules themselves.
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English Language Consultant
Beth began her international teaching career as an English Language Fellow at BRAC University in Bangladesh. She was a Senior English Language Fellow in Pakistan and Afghanistan, where she was part of the team that designed the country’s first MEd for TESOL. After completing her Fellowships, Beth has worked as an English Language Specialist, and she has continued her relationship with BRAC University as a consultant.
She has an MA in English for TESOL from California State University. During her graduate work, she specialized in academic writing.