The importance of grammar for language learning is self-evident. Only by
mastering grammar can language logic be correct. What are the mistakes in
English grammar learning that Beijing foreign teachers share with you?
Myth 1: to consolidate and remember grammar knowledge, we need to do a lot
This is what we often say about the tactics of the sea. There is no exact
way to say whether this tactic is good or bad, but there are not a few teachers
and parents who like to adopt this method. One of the characteristics of Chinese
education is to do questions. It seems that only by doing enough questions and
seeing enough grammar can we master a certain knowledge. It may be a good way
for foreign teachers to say one-on-one in mind training, but not in language
Solution: a large number of questions will make students lose their way, a
small number of questions, a large number of replacement exercises are correct,
the important thing is quality rather than quantity. To spare more time to find
and do questions, it's better to refine the training questions and find out and
eat through the questions you come into contact with.
Mistake 2: you can learn to write sentences by mastering grammar
Language is alive, but grammar is dead. So much for grammar. Think about
learning Chinese as a child. When we are 3-4 years old, we can speak fluent
Chinese without learning grammar. It can be seen that the focus of language
learning is not grammar, but language environment.
Solution: one to one foreign teachers do not teach grammar, but to provide
a pure mother tongue, easy to learn language environment. In the process of
one-to-one learning with foreign teachers, the ways of memorizing words and
texts have been abandoned. We will integrate learning with art, games,
paintings, crafts, etc. The process of learning a language is the process of
English learning needs long-term persistence and accumulation, so does our
foreign teachers' learning of Chinese. One on one foreign teachers suggest that
our parents and teachers should not pay too much attention to grammar teaching,
let alone give our children too much pressure to learn. Learning should make
people happy. It's a process of absorbing knowledge. Only a learning process
that doesn't repel people can be better absorbed.