BASIC PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATIVE GRAMMAR DURING ENGLISH LESSONS AT PRIMARY SCHOOL
Keywords:communicative approach, non-communicative, grammar, communication, principle
Currently, both in theory and in the practice of teaching foreign languages, a situation has emerged that calls for a critical revision of existing approaches to the organization and conduct of the educational process, the development of methodological recommendations that would open up prospects for real progress in mastering a foreign language by students as a means communication. This article discusses the basic principles of communicative grammar at primary school. Moreover, reveals the differences between communicative and non-communicative approaches in teaching.
Azimov, E. G., Shchukin, A. N. New dictionary of methodological terms and concepts (theory and practice of teaching languages). - M .: Publishing house IKAR, 2009 .- 448 p.
Bolitho, R. Holistic grammar teaching . – English Teaching Professional. – 2011. – №73. – С. 4-8.
Bolitho, R. Ten questions about language awareness. – ELT Journal. – 2003. – С. 251-259.
Ellis, R. Principles of instructed language learning. – Asian EFL Journal. – 2005. – №7. – С. 9-24.
Finocchiaro, M. The Functional-Notional Approach: From Theory to Practice. – New York: Oxford University Press, 1983. – 180 с.
Galskova, N. D. Education in the field of foreign languages: new challenges and priorities. - Foreign languages at school. - 2008. - No. 5. - S. 2
Galskova, N.D. Modern methods of teaching foreign languages: A teacher's guide. - M .: ARKTI, 2003 .- 192 p
Harmer, J. The Practice of English Language Teaching. – Longman, 2001. – 384 p.
Lewis, M. Pedagogical implications of the lexical approach . – CUP. – 1997. – С. 255-270.
Meddings, L. Teaching unplugged. – Delta Publishing. – 2009. – 103 c.
Richards, J. C. and Rodgers, T. S. Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001–171 c.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.