Teachers have a common background. As part of their training, they focus on finishing a lesson or teaching a particular curriculum. TPRS is different in that it focuses less on a textbook-driven and pre-determined goals to focus instead on in-the-moment communication with the students in the classroom. A major focus of TPRS is the provision of R.I.C.H. input (Repetitive, Interesting, Comprehensible, High-frequency).
In this quick video check out some tips for selecting novels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09cUHQPcbWg&feature=youtu.be
1. Shorter and easier readers for beginners
2. Not trying to “finish” a novel
3. Focus on communication
4. Use short stories as a way to scaffold TPRS novels
5. Enhance interest during the novel might include: