ON DEMAND: Grammar 101- Part 1 and 2

An introduction to the authentic teaching of grammar. Part 1- The grammar story and Part 2 How is grammar useful and relevant? Recorded and on demand. These short, focused sessions are designed to provide quality PD to you and your colleagues where and when it is needed. Designed in short grabs for staff meetings, it is a cost-effective way for all teachers to access the same information and provides an opportunity for diving deeper into professional learning.

Part 1- The grammar story and Part 2 How is grammar useful and relevant? 

The aims for this course are:

•To understand the power of grammar

•To be able to make links between the curriculum and the teaching of grammar

•To explore some practical ideas for teaching grammar in the primary setting

Grammar 101 -Part 1  and 2 comprise 2 x 15 minute videos with  summary documents. With additional time for reflection and staff discussion  this can fit into a one hour staff meeting as part of your ongoing PL.

The additional parts  below are also available and can be purchased and  completed by teachers at a later date.

Part 3A - Teaching grammar in the early and middle primary years

Part 3B – Teaching grammar in upper primary

Who should participate?

  • Teachers of students Years F-6
  • Early career and pre-service teachers
  • School leaders

Why participate?  This is a perfect opportunity for colleagues to work together in a year, stage or full staff meeting. As the first of 4 video workshops on grammar, we hope that by participating teachers become better informed and more confident in teaching grammar authentically.  

Registration type 



Student member $30
Non member $50

$350 * please call us on 1300 307 382 or email [email protected]


How does it work?

Select the registration option below:

INDIVIDUALS: Upon registration individuals will be sent a link to access the course on the PETAA College platform.

WHOLE SCHOOLS: Member only access. One staff member must register on behalf of their school. They can choose to have  a single link to view this together, or can email  the names and email addresses of teachers they wish to enrol to [email protected] 





3/01/2023 - 1/04/2023
Sign in or create an account to register Registration ends 15/12/2023 9:00 AM