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Learning grammar is just as important as it always was but the way we teach it has changed

By John Munro, Professor, Faculty of Education and Arts, Australian Catholic University
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Many students are returning to school this year face a renewed focus on grammar. Just before Christmas, the NSW curriculum was overhauled to include the “explicit teaching of grammar, sentence structure and punctuation in high school”.

This comes amid concerns about literacy levels,…The Conversation

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