(1) The lessons should be planned before hand
(2) The material should be taken from the text book.
(3) The method of teaching should be chosen keeping in view the age and general standard of students.
(4) Appropriate material aids should be used, e.g., pictures, flash - cards, substitution tables
(5) Sufficient spoken and written work is essential.
(6) The teacher should be particular about the correction work.
(7) For evaluation, the objective type tests should be used.


There are various methods of teaching grammar. They are:
(1) The traditional method or the formal method: It is the formal method of teaching grammar. In this method, grammar is taken as an independent subject and taught with the help of grammar text-book. Here the teacher first describes the definition or a rule, gives examples and then asks the pupils to do the given exercises.

Demerits of the Method:
(i) It emphasis on rote learning.
(ii) It is against the principles of teaching i.e. simple to complex, known to unknown and particular to general
(iii) It is less interesting as it focuses on memorization of rules.

(2) The Informal Method:
This method advocates the teaching of grammar not by rules but by usages. By continuous practice of using words while speaking, reading and writing, grammar can be taught and hence learnt by the students. The method proves useful at the early stage when pupils are taught orally.

Demerits of this Method:
(i) All rules of grammar cannot be taught
(ii) Students do not get systematized knowledge of grammar.
(iii) It consumes much time and labour of the students.

(3) The Incidental or Correlation Method:
Grammar is taught incidentally by this method. This is done during the teaching of the text-book, using translation, course of teaching text-book are explained, and the grammatical implications are taught simultaneously. The advantage of this method is that students know the practical use of grammatical rules.

Demerits of this method:
(i) It is not a complete method
(ii) It can interfere with the normal teaching

(4) The Inductive - Deductive Method
This method is considered to be the best method of teaching grammar. It follows some of the teaching principles. This method includes two process.
(i) Inductive Process -
Inductive means to proceed from observation to law, from simple to complex.
(ii) Deductive Process
Deductive Process proceeds from rule to example, law to observation.

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