There are definitely much more wonderful resources to deal with Grammar.Hello!
I work mainly with children and feel that one of the weaker areas of my teaching to adults is Grammar ... I have some lovely grammar exercises for children, a whole series of books with stone-age man cartoons dancing all over them, but that's not really appropriate for a medical biologist with a PhD!
I have a Grammar text book that has a lot of exercises in it, but these are very repetitive and in small dense type ...
'Fun with Grammar', as well as other Azar's books can help you vary the pace and the activities
I'm looking for something more like a lesson handout, individual ones for individual topics, with an overview, explanation, list of exceptions (of course) and a few exercises to try ...
I don't know anything more helpful and teacher-friendly than traditional Murphy: Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced, Supplementary. However, if you are looking for handouts I'd go for this particular site.
I would also really appreciate an overview of what topics of grammar a beginner adult learner can benefit from addressing, and which topics (perhaps 'Phrasal Verbs') might come along a little later ... Does anyone have a plan of which topics to address first and which later, a progression or 'course outline' for the teaching of grammar to adults? I feel I am cherry-picking somewhat as I address the issues that are presenting themselves in my learner's reading ...
So, I am also look forward to other replies.