Grammar Revolution: good project!! And they’re so cute!!! Look at those smiling, young, bright, cheerful faces!!
Most schools today don’t teach grammar, and we are quickly becoming a society that doesn’t understand the structure of its own language. Why?
Why is learning another language the first time most of us are introduced to grammar?
What happened to grammar education?
Is it important to learn grammar?
Does studying grammar help with writing?
Everyone has passionate opinions about grammar. Were judgmental (oops, I mean we’re) and we’re self-conscious. Some of us love the subject. Some of us hate it. Teachers debate whether to teach it and how to teach it. Linguists debate the nature of language change and the nature of grammatical rules. We use grammar every day, so it makes sense that we all seem to regard the subject as important and worthy of debate.
Grammar Revolution will change the way people think about the subject of grammar.
The film’s mood will be positive, and its theme will be simultaneously simple and eye-opening. We’ll explain why grammar is no longer taught in most schools. We’ll show that understanding grammar is important and that learning it can be easy. Along the way, we’ll also correct misconceptions and address the difficult questions at the heart of today’s grammar debates.