English Grammar: The Structure Surrounding Thought

Tammy Peters discusses the structure of English grammar.

This workshop will consider the analytic approach to teaching English grammar as a tool to ordering thought. This analytical approach, first used in the 1860’s, does not just identify parts of a sentence, but identifies the reasoning behind each grammatical element. This approach is currently used with our second through fifth grade students at Mars Hill Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Tammy Peters

Tammy Peters and her husband, Hud, have four children. Their oldest daughter recently was married last fall and their youngest just obtained his driver's license. Tammy has thirteen years teaching experience in classical Christian education. In her teaching career, she has taught in all the elementary grades, has been a district reading specialist, and has instructed both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Tammy presently teaches third grade and is the Assistant to the Grammar School Principal at Mars Hill Academby, Cincinnati, OH. She has also written English grammar curriculum.

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