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WAYS INTEGRATING GRAMMAR & LANGUAGE SKILLS IN LANGUAGE ARTS

PREPARED BY: MOHD SHAIFUDDIN RAZALI NAJWA ADIBAH BINTI BUKARI NUR AZIMAH MD SALLEH SITI HAJAR ZAID SITI NABIHAH MUSTAFFA

HOW TO INTEGRATE?
If the goal is to experience a particular piece of literature: 1. The teacher should set up different ways of understanding that work through listening, speaking, reading and writing. 2. Then teacher highlight the grammatical items which she wants to focus on during the lesson Eg :the short story Cinderella can be adapted into role-playing, pantomime, and diary writing

When teacher wants to focus on something else other than grammar : Eg : events,festivals,things in surrounding,colours and etc 1. Teacher needs to provide materials rich in resources by which students could grasp the focused items .

Teacher

create an environment which allows students to apply the four language skills successfully.

Eg : teaching through songs, nursery rhymes ,diary or even poems writing which contain the items teacher wants to focus on

The

language experience approach(teachers use the students existing language and prior experiences to develop writing, reading and listening skills)

Integrate the language arts in a way that improves not only reading but writing as well Diaries, learning journals, records of observations (prepare children for later science lab report) Develop language fluency- children write true and invented stories, using almost anything inside or outside the classroom as stimulus.

Small

group tasks

Generating a list of questions for research, responding to first drafts of writing, Discussing the meaning of stories or poems, Deciding how to prepare a group report, Editing one anothers work for publication, and Planning a readers theatre or other type of rehearsed reading

Teachers can serve as models by engaging in the activities with their students Integrating language arts through processes that are wholes rather than fragments help children to learn subskills efficiently within meaningful interactions with others and with print

Hold Public Drama with a real audience and purpose

Can be a powerful way to have students see the importance of using language fluently and accurately thus, indirectly emphasising the correct use of grammar.