Learn English Without Grammar Study
Most students who learn English think they must study English grammar rules. Likewise, most English language schools and most English teachers make grammar study the core of their lessons.
While few students enjoy this approach, most resign themselves to years of boredom in the mistaken belief that grammar study is a necessary evil. Most believe that English grammar study is necessary to master the language.
New research, however, refutes this belief. Research in the field of English language education increasingly finds that grammar study is a very inefficient and ineffective way to master English.
Based on the research of Dr. James Asher, Dr. Stephen Krashen, Dr. Ashley Hastings, and Dr. Brenda Murphy, new teaching methods are yielding powerful results-- without grammar study.
These methods utilize an intuitive approach to teaching the language. Students imitate the learning methods of native speakers. They acquire English grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation without studying lists or rules.
Rather, teachers employ carefully designed stories, conversations, and movies to teach grammar patterns naturally and effortlessly.
Research at Shenandoah University found that students using these intuitive methods learned 35% faster than students who studied English with traditional grammar-based methods.
Dr. James Asher’s research found that students who use the new intuitive learning methods learn 4-5 times faster than students who use traditional study methods.
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