Yes, my classes are 100% comprehensible, but does that mean that I should not focus on a given grammar topic for a bit of practice? Is there something like comprehensible grammar? Well, we know that effective use of grammar structures must be done in real context and if to that we add compelling topics / themes / issues, then we have a successful lesson where our students will naturally make connections and use the language in a relaxed and meaningful way.
I wanted to share an example of how I do this in my classroom. No worksheets needed.
Here is the video:
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