Teaching grammar question

Any Winston grammar users? Help me out….

Going to Malaysia in December. I will be teaching Shakespeare to kids at a learning center. English should be the first language for most.

I *might* be teaching very basic grammar/parts of speech to 4th graders to ??? They will have basic English but might be ESL or ETL or EFL…

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I have this much Winston grammar, some grammar songs, and mad libs. Would it work? What else would you suggest?

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  1. Jucinda Willoughby
    Posted August 20, 2019 at 7:14 am | Permalink

    I love this for our intro to grammar for my kids. Simple and repetitive (in a good way). I usually start it in 3rd grade when we’ve finished phonics, so it would definitely work for 4th grade. You probably want every student to have a set of cards, unless you are working with each one individually. It does reference a lot of US specific things, like cities, states, holidays, etc.

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