Students' Perception of Grammar Instruction. A study of the relation between students' perception of grammar instruction and their multiple intelligences
ENG-3980 Mastergradsoppgave i engelsk språk (lektorutdanningen) (PDF)
AuthorRasch, Susanne Lillehaug
This thesis investigates students’ perception of grammar instruction within the English subject. I argue that although it seems to be a common belief that grammar is boring and useless, nevertheless, it seems like students find it informative and useful. The result of this study shows that the question of whether or not students enjoy working with grammar seems to be closely related and highly dependent on the method used for teaching grammar. I conclude that in order to further improve the students’ perception towards grammar instruction in the English subject, it seems necessary to focus on the students different intelligences and adapt the teaching methods accordingly.
PublisherUiT Norges arktiske universitet
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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