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A teacher teaches the following sequence of English grammar lessons to an elementary adolescent class of homogeneous nationality, What assumptions about learning and teaching grammar seem to underlie the teacher’s work plan?
Lesson 1: has drilled copula and adjective combinations.
she is happy.
Lesson 2: introduces the –ing form.
she is driving the car.
Lesson 3: reintroduces existential ‘there’.
there is a man standing near the car.
Lesson 4:distinguishes mass and count nouns.
there are some oranges and some cheese on the table.
Lesson 5: introduces the verbs ‘like’ and ‘want’.
I like oranges but not cheese.
b. What can be said in favour and against the teacher’s work plan?
c. Can you give this teacher any suggestions for how she might rearrange or reorganise her teaching or
do you think she should continue to follow her original plan?