Skip to main content

Grammar as Choice

Grammar as choice is a purposeful and creative way to teach grammar. Using authentic texts, it shows developing writers how different grammatical choices change how their writing communicates to a reader.  We see this as a way to empower young writers and help them understand the power of choice.

Professor Debra Myhill, Director of the Centre for Research in Writing

Teaching writing across the curriculum

Our research

View videos about our research:

If you have any questions about the resources, please email Helen Lines, Research Fellow at the Centre for Research in Writing