Cambridge School Grammar 7

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Grammar plays a vital role in communication, both in the spoken and written form. A sound knowledge of English grammar helps learners use the language effectively. The teaching of grammar should, therefore, aim to familiarise learners not only with the forms but also with the communicative functions of the grammatical structures. Additionally, learners need to be equipped to monitor their own use of the language in order to prepare them for self-learning. Cambridge School Grammar, a graded series in grammar and composition, aims to achieve these through carefully-graded tasks and exercises, contextualised in situations familiar to learners.

To make the teaching/learning of grammar relevant, it is necessary to integrate the teaching of grammar with the development of the basic language skills. The units in Cambridge School Grammar have, therefore, been designed to include exercises involving listening, speaking, reading and writing with special focus on the particular grammatical structure being taught in the unit. Many units also have open-ended activities where learners are required to think and apply their knowledge, as well as engage in error correction tasks that sensitise learners to grammatical errors. The last activity in every unit is a writing task with focus on fluency and creativity, involving the use of the grammatical structure dealt with in the unit.

Key features:
• A holistic approach to the teaching of grammar
• Focus on form and function of grammatical structures
• Integration of language skills with grammar
• Promotion of thinking and editing skills
• Contextualised and graded exercises
• A wide range of composition tasks in every unit
• Three revision units to reinforce and consolidate learning
• Engaging illustrations and page design
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Brand / Publisher Cambridge University Press
ISBN 9781110000000
Author Rajeevan Geetha
Class Class VII
Subject English
Chapters 1. Countable and Uncountable Nouns ;some, any, no ;2. Adjective Phrases ;3. Adverbs ;4. Conjunctions ;as, when, while ;5. Expressing Ability or Inability in the Past or the Future ;could, was/were able to ;;Revision 1 ;6. Subordinating Conjunctions ;7. Modal Verbs ;must, can’t, will, should, ought to ;8. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs ;9. Passive Voice ;10. Past Perfect Tense ;;Revision 2 ;11. Present Perfect Continuous Tense ;12. Defining Relative Clauses ;13. Conditional Clause Type II ;Expressing unreal conditions ;14. Direct and Indirect Speech ;15. To-Infinitives ;;Revision 3 ;Appendix
Pages 136
Binding Paperback


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