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Traditional grammar

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Published on Dec 07, 2012



No doubt at all. This source answers the
main point of this paper. It shows points
important of traditional grammar in SLA.
This source addresses its contents to the
teaching community .
It uses specific terms related to language
and teaching in SLA.


I center my investigation on SLA in
grammar in context, so this source is
useful to explain why not to use
traditional grammar as a main method.
Rogelyn A. Castañeto

Master Teacher,

 This is not the Authors´s official website,
but it presents the source in ppt format:
http://www.slideshare.net/rogelyncastan
eto/traditional-grammar?qid=cce778f53d82-4b7e-8ee80abf231edb42&v=qf1&b=&from_search=
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 It is just a presentation in ppt
presentation.

This source is expository style due to
explanation of the information,

It is a fact, because it explains specific
points of my paper.

Rogelyn A. (2012) Traditional grammar, Retrieved from Slideshare.net
Rogelyn argues that traditional grammar is a method used since many centuries ago to teach the traditional
language. Now on day, English is taught by this method for being a language that has the same structure as
traditional languages such as Greek and Latin. This article is addressed to students interested in educational
scope and also, for teachers. The aim of this source is to show how traditional grammar interacts on second
language acquisition, and reflect why could be positive now on day