GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT

SEVENTH EDITION

Grammar in Context brings grammar alive through engaging readings that contextualize the grammar for more meaningful practice. Students learn more, remember more, and use language more effectively when they learn grammar in context.

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PROGRAMS

National Geographic Learning Academic Programs prepare young adult and adult English language learners with the tools needed for academic readiness and success. Through real-world content from National Geographic and TED, our academic single and two-skill programs focus on teaching explicit skills, critical thinking, and effective communication to thrive in the classroom and real world.

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READING

Our reading programs use real-world content to develop the language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success.

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LISTENING AND SPEAKING

Our listening and speaking programs use real-world content to develop the English language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies needed to succeed in academic and every day settings.

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PRONUNCIATION

Our programs are designed to improve the pronunciation in the areas of stress, rhythm, and intonation in English for students from all language backgrounds.

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READING AND WRITING

Our reading and writing programs use real-world content to develop the English language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success

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WRITING

Our programs use a process approach to academic sentence, paragraph, and essay writing, supported by clear writing models in different rhetorical styles, integrated with grammar and vocabulary

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WEBINARS

We invite you to join us in professional development webinars with English Language Teaching specialists, speakers from the TED stage, National Geographic Explorers, and others in the English Language Teaching field

TIPS TO MAKE GRAMMAR MEMORABLE AND EXCITING

TIPS TO MAKE GRAMMAR MEMORABLE AND EXCITING

Laura Le Dréan, Executive Editor at National Geographic Learning, shares tips with examples from Grammar in Context to make grammar memorable and exciting.

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RE-IMAGINING THE CURRICULUM:MEETING THE GRAMMAR NEEDS OF TODAY’S STUDENTS

RE-IMAGINING THE CURRICULUM:MEETING THE GRAMMAR NEEDS OF TODAY’S STUDENTS

Dr. Keith Folse, Professor of TESOL at the University of Central Florida, talks about the grammar needs of today’s English language students.

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CHALLENGES TEACHERS FACE WHILE TEACHING GRAMMAR AND WRITING

CHALLENGES TEACHERS FACE WHILE TEACHING GRAMMAR AND WRITING

Dr. Keith Folse, Professor of TESOL at the University of Central Florida, addresses three questions about grammar and academic writing. What grammar do your students need for better writing? What grammar problems should teachers anticipate?

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TEACHING RESOURCES

Teacher support and resources for every program and classroom environment

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In Focus

Read about the latest trends, ideas, and challenges for teachers of English.

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About National Geographic Learning ELT, What We Do at NGL

WHAT WE DO AT NGL

General Manager Dennis Hogan discusses how real-world content from National Geographic and TED helps us develop powerful learning tools that bring the world to the classroom and the classroom to life.

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WHY WE USE PHOTOGRAPHY

WHY WE USE PHOTOGRAPHY

Learn how National Geographic Learning uses authentic photography to bring the world to the classroom and the classroom to life for learners and teachers of English.

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VOICES, WITH K. DAVID HARRISON

VOICES, WITH K. DAVID HARRISON

National Geographic Fellow and linguist K. David Harrison explores the world’s endangered languages. In this video, learn how teaching English contributes to the survival of endangered languages.

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THE LIGHTBULB MOMENT

THE LIGHTBULB MOMENT

Materials that are authentic, engaging, and unexpected lead students to their lightbulb moment, when it all clicks!

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