Practicing English Grammar through Creative Activities for Students in Grade 10 at Le Chan High School, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam
AbstractThe present study aims to investigate the situation of learning English grammar among the students in grade 10 at Le Chan high school and to determine the effectiveness (if any) of the teaching English grammar with creative language activities. A quasi-experimental research design with pre-test and post-test as main data collection instruments. A questionnaire was also administered to obtain students’ interest on using language games in teaching grammar. Results show level of English grammar achievement in both experimental group and control group, and there were no statistical significant differences in students scores between experimental group and control group. However, results from the questionnaire show students interests and motivation in learning English grammar with language games.Key words: grammar, quasi-experimental research, high school students, language games, CLA
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