Teaching Grammar Using Pictures
Teaching is a process of communication. It has to be created through the way of
teaching and exchanging the message or information by every teacher and
student. The message can be knowledge, skills, ideas, experiences, and many
others. Through the process of communication, the people can receive the
message or information. To avoid misunderstanding in the process of
communication, media are needed in the process of teaching. Using pictures can
make exercises and activities more interesting and more interactive. We can
constantly improve our activities by looking at what went well and what fell
flat. These 5 unique ways to practice grammar using pictures are a jumping off
point, and can be expanded in lots of interesting ways.
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