Review the debate on whether grammar should be taught explicitly in English Language Arts classes at public schools. The paper should not be a mere summary of what you found, but be organized into 3 sections: 1. Identify what curricular setting you are interested in (grade level, ESL, ELA,…). 2. Survey what arguments are being brought to bear on whether grammar should be explicitly taught in that setting. Proceed source by source. Do not write this as if you were writing a textbook yourself, and withhold judgments – just report. Make sure that you know what grammatical knowledge is specifically required for the North Carolina Standard Course of Study (https://www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/languagearts/scos/). 3. Establish a coherent argument (if your sources permit), or offer an alternative, or point out irreconcilable discrepancies, or any combination of these. This is the evaluation section. A successful paper must demonstrate thorough grasp of the material. Section three is what the paper is about—your ability to assess and evaluate what you read. A successful paper thus not only gives accurate and complete reports but also include a final section that reflects your own ability to analyze and synthesize the material you found. A paper with a weak section three, in other words, cannot receive a grade of A.
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