What might a complete Grammarlogues® lesson look like?
use passive voice as our example.)
"grammarlogue" for the day is a dialogue
around the statistics emailed to the teacher: Which
question did the students miss most frequently? Why? Consider
having the few students who got the particular question
correct come to the front and teach the class. This will
help to create an atmosphere where students see their
peers as informational resources. Complement the students'
teaching by inquiring further into the literary example:
Why, for instance, did the author craft his/her sentence
in such a manner? What effect(s) did it create? Consider
having the students model the author's style in tonight's