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ReadWriteThinkLesson Plans from ReadWriteThink
These classroom-tested lesson plans provide ready resources for teachers working with students from kindergarten to high school.



21st Century Literacies ConsultantsNCTE Consultants 
Bring an experienced NCTE consultants specializiing in grammar to your school to engage your staff in a workshop or presentation today! 


NCTE Web SeminarsNCTE Web Seminars
Whether you're participating on your own or planning professional development for an early-release day, you'll find these desktop sessions informative, interactive, and a great value especially since everyone in your school can participate through one connection.  Attend a live virtual event or sign up to recive the CD recording of the event and all the resources asssociated with it.

NCTE Position Statements
NCTE has several guidelines and positons related to grammar including the NCTE Guideline:  Some Questions and Answers about Grammar

Engaging Grammar: Practical Advice for Real ClassroomsBooks

For over seventy-five years, NCTE has published books for teachers' professional development at every level, elementary through college.  Browse these books with a focus on grammar today!


Assembly for the Teaching of English Grammar (ATEG)
The purposes of this assembly are to improve the teaching of grammar at all levels, from elementary school through college; to promote communication and cooperation among teachers, researchers, administrators, and others interested in the teaching of grammar; to provide an open forum in which advocates of all grammar theories, representing the broad spectrum of views of grammar and its teaching, can interact.

For information, visit the ATEG Web page at or contact Amy Benjamin, Hendrick Hudson High School, Rt. 9a, Montrose, NY 10548; 845-896-6474. Annual dues are $12. 


Grammar Resource KitGrammar Resource Kit
Learn to teach grammar in context with this practical Resource Kit from NCTE. This kit provides strategies for teaching grammar in context, addressing dialect and language variations, and teaching grammar to English language learners.




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