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Muhammad Ariff Ahmad. (n.d.). Pengajaran tatabahasa [Teaching of grammar]. Paper presented at the Seminar Pengajaran Bahasa di Sekolah-sekolah Rendah, Singapore. https://hdl.handle.net/10497/20368
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Kertas kerja ini telah dikongsikan di seminar pengajaran bahasa di sekolah-sekolah rendah dan merupakan rumusan dari seminar-seminar serta bengkel-bengkel yang sebelumnya. Penulis juga membincangkan kertas kerja Encik Abdullah H A Hadi tentang 26 petunjuk dari Bengkel 5 di mana rata-rata peserta-peserta bersetuju kaedah yang paling sesuai untuk mengajarkan tatabahasa ialah menerusi kaedah 'tatabahasa fungsional'. Namun situasi pengajaran bahasa Melayu sebagai bahasa kedua di sekolah-sekolah sudah berbeza. Ini disebabkan pencemaran bahasa yang dialami para pelajar menerusi persekitaran dan pergaulannya sehari-hari. Guru harus membimbing para pelajar dengan menyediakan contoh-contoh penggunaan tatabahasa yang betul.

This paper was presented at a language seminar with reference to previous seminars and workshops conducted. The writer also discusses Mr. Abdullah H A Hadi's 26 guides on the teaching of grammar from Workshop 5 where participants regard 'functional grammar' as the most suitable approach to the teaching of Malay grammar. Malay language pedagogy has changed throughout the years due to students' language competencies brought upon by external factors such as the environment and their daily interactions. Therefore, it is imperative for teachers to use effective language pedagogy to facilitate students' learning needs.
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