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Grammar tends to be presented in a static form in language textbook series, usually in the form of appendices or grammar banks at the back of each book. As learners make progress through the various levels and books, gaps in their knowledge may appear. To fill in these gaps, learners have to handle several books to find the grammatical content they need at the level they need it. As this is highly impractical, a dynamic and visual tool, GrammarMaps, has been developed to allow access to content for a whole language textbook series on a single screen-based interface. A prototype of this piece of software will be presented.


Carlos Montoro    
University of Guanajuato

Carlos Montoro is a lecturer at the University of Guanajuato, Mexico. He holds a doctorate in Educational Technology from the Open University, UK. His research focuses on the use of online tasks in language learning from an activity-theoretical perspective.


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