Making Meaning with Grammar: A Repertoire of Possibilities

Myhill, Debra; Lines, Helen; Watson, Annabel
December 2012
English in Australia (0155-2147);2012, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p29
Academic Journal
The article presents a reprint of the article "Making Meaning with Grammar: A Repertoire of Possibilities," by Debra Mayhill, Helen Lines, and Annabel Watson, which appeared in "Metaphor" issue 4 in 2011. It presents a study which examines the effectiveness of embedded grammar teaching in the developing writing skills of young writers. The authors highlight the value of using grammar to help young writers and the challenge in sentence-building with the problem centred on the use of terminology.


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