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Grammar as Choice

Grammar as choice is a purposeful and creative way to teach grammar. Using authentic texts, it shows developing writers how different grammatical choices change how their writing communicates to a reader.  We see this as a way to empower young writers and help them understand the power of choice.

Professor Debra Myhill, Director of the Centre for Research in Writing

Teaching writing across the curriculum