Grammar Teaching Challenges and Strategies for Refugees
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Teaching students English as a second language is a complex task involving a myriad of factors. Having taught refugees, who are considered a specialized subset of ESL learners, I knew there were additional considerations to be contemplated. Because of my experience, I was intrigued at the notion of researching the latest findings of refugee pedagogy. The findings are fascinating. My research led me on an international journey from refugee life and their teachers to their schools and classrooms. English grammar instruction and its implications for refugees are heavily interconnected with these topics. The challenges facing refugees and those who teach them grammar are many, but best-practices and their implementation could point to successful learning.