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Teaching Grammar in a Literature class

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How does a Literature teacher justify teaching grammar in a literature class?

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The solution discusses how a teacher can justify teaching students grammar in a Literature course?

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This question comes from the standards of the Literature course. By the time a student is studying Literature, their direct instruction in grammar has been completed. So - where does teaching grammar fit into a Literature course, since that has already been covered?

Grammar instruction fits into a Literature class' objectives in two ways. First, a Literature class is all about critical reading, nuance of language and deriving meaning from the written works studied and discussed in the class. ...

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