My eGrammar is a complete grammar course for high-beginner to advanced learners of English. Available in three levels, it is offered in an easy-to-use online environment. My eGrammar provides students with all the theory and practice they need in an ideal format for self-study or blended learning.
Lynne Gaetz, Diego Pelaez Gaetz
My eGrammar is a complete grammar course for high-beginner to advanced learners of English.
Available in three levels, it is offered in an easy-to-use online environment. My eGrammar provides students with all the theory and practice they need in an ideal format for self-study or blended learning.Along with their online access, students receive the My eGrammar Companion Guide, a print booklet to support classroom learning. An eText version of the companion guide is available for teachers, with links to interactive grammar tutorials, providing interesting options for classroom presentations.
- Each level of the program features:
- 10 grammar tutorials
- Over 200 exercises
- At each level, the course consists of 12 units covering all the essentials of English grammar.
- Each unit contains three sections: Learning, Extra Practice and Evaluation.
- The Learning section provides clear explanations of the target grammar, supported by charts and information boxes. An opening exercise introduces the topic, and students answer comprehension questions to assess their understanding of the concepts.
- An interactive tutorial supports the explanations in most units, offering students a different way to study and review key grammar concepts.
- The Extra Practice section contains a large number and wide variety of exercises to help students consolidate their learning.
- The Evaluation section contains two tests to measure students’ acquisition of the target grammar.
- The My eGrammar Companion Guide (the print booklet), complements the online materials, with grammar charts and related classroom activities.
My eGrammar, Level 3 is now available, featuring short Words of Wisdom readings and a Literary Elements and Story Selection section.
Lynne Gaetz taught ESL for over twenty years at Collège Lionel-Groulx. The author of many ESL series in Canada, she has also authored developmental writing books for the US. She has an MA in English Literature, a TESL diploma, and a college teaching diploma.
Diego Pelaez Gaetz
Diego Pelaez Gaetz has taught ESL for the past five years. He has contributed to many ESL textbook series in Canada and co-authored the second edition of Goals: English for Academic and Technical Communication. He has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Concordia University and a CELTA teaching certificate