Tips to Make Grammar Memorable and Exciting

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Laura Le Drean

Executive Editor

Tracy Bailie

Product Marketing Manager

When the content is relevant and informative, students focus and are motivated to learn.  When activities allow for personalization, students are more likely to engage and retain new grammar.  In this session, we will share tips with examples from Grammar in Context to make grammar memorable and exciting.  

This session will focus on the Academic Skills segment for adult learners. 


Laura Le Dréan is Executive Editor at National Geographic Learning, in charge of the academic and professional development lists. She has an M.A. in TESOL/TEFL from San Francisco State University. She has over 20 years of teaching experience in ESL/EFL programs in the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. She has also done teacher training in the U.S., the Middle East, and in Vietnam. She has been working in ELT publishing as an editor for the last 19 years creating learning materials for students and teachers.


Tracy Bailie is the Global Academic Product Marketing Manager for National Geographic Learning. She has an MA in TESOL and over 11 years teaching experience in the United States and abroad.  Tracy was an academic coordinator in Istanbul, Turkey where she helped design curriculum, create English exit exams, and develop content.  In the US, she taught at intensive academic English programs, test preparation, and VESL for a nonprofit organization in San Francisco. 


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