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'''How much grammar a teacher should know''' is an area of [[debate]].<ref>https://www.icaltefl.com/do-i-need-to-know-grammar-to-teach-english</ref>
  
 
Native English-speaking teachers tend to have [[implicit knowledge]] of grammar but less explicit knowledge.  Non-native English-speaking teachers tend to have more [[explicit knowledge]] of English grammar but  
 
Native English-speaking teachers tend to have [[implicit knowledge]] of grammar but less explicit knowledge.  Non-native English-speaking teachers tend to have more [[explicit knowledge]] of English grammar but  
  
The danger is of violating [[teach the language not about the language]].
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The danger is of violating [[teach the language, not about the language]].
  
 
The related question is [[How much grammar a student should know]].
 
The related question is [[How much grammar a student should know]].
  
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How much grammar a teacher should know is an area of debate.[1]

Native English-speaking teachers tend to have implicit knowledge of grammar but less explicit knowledge. Non-native English-speaking teachers tend to have more explicit knowledge of English grammar but

The danger is of violating teach the language, not about the language.

The related question is How much grammar a student should know.