Historic vs Historical - English Grammar - Teaching Tips

 

This video covers the difference between 'historic' and 'historical'. These two words often cause confusion for English learners. The word ?historic? refers to something or someone famous and/or important in history, such as historic attractions, historic figures or historic events. The word 'historical', on the other hand, describes history itself, such as historical events or historical evidence. These are simply things that happened in the past and they weren?t necessarily important or famous.


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This unit gave me a nice reminder of English grammar and the different parts of speech. I knew most of the information, but was reminded of a lot of new information as well. I liked this unit because it was simple, but helpful at the same time. I am excited to move forward with this course and to learn more about English grammar and teaching strategies.This unit provided valuable information on what to consider when choosing vocabulary, grammatical structures, and usage patterns. The most valuable information to me was the lists of acceptable activities to engage the class during each portion of the lesson in order to promote vocabulary acquisition, proper grammar usage, and proper language functions.


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