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Contents 1. Introduction What sort of Grammar? 2. Universal Grammar and the learning and the teaching of second languages Vivian Cook 3. Non-transformational theories of grammar: Implications for langauge teaching Philip Hubbard 4. Rules and pedagogical grammar Paul Westney Grammar, Lexicon and discourse 5. Words and their properties Arguments for a lexical approach to pedagogical grammar David Little 6. Grammatical consciousness-raising and learnability Virginia Yip 7. Functional grammars, pedagogical grammars, and communicative language teaching 8. Learning to function with the other tongue: A systematic functional perspective on second langauge teaching Ruqaiya Hasan and Gillian Perret Putting Grammar to work 9. The effect of systematic instruction in learning the English article system Peter Master 10. Linguistic theory an d Pedagogical practice David Nunan 11. The introspective hierarchy: A comparison of the linguists,teachers and learners Terence Odlin 12. From printout to handout: Grammar and vocabulary teaching in the context of data-driven learning Tim Johns 13. Conclusion, Glossary, Index