Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


Since the introduction of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT), many textbooks have been written to incorporate communicative activities, authentic materials and personalized contexts. However, where the teaching and learning of grammar is concerned, most textbooks do not reflect CLT principles. This article suggests different methods so that grammar activities can be made more communicative by retaining some practices of the structural syllabus

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