TPRS recognized in the community

TPRS recognized in the community

Article from community Magazine

This is an article from a community magazine that recognized me as teacher of the month. All the credit of my work in the classroom is a direct result of how I express TPRS. I love that these pictures give a visual representation of a TPRS/TCI curriculum.

In these photos we can see students with TPRS readers. Specifically,  Pobre Ana and Piratas del Caribe y el mapa secreto are just a few I use with level 1 students. Also we can see students being engaged and excited about what they might be reading.  We want class to be fun and engaging. When students are focused on the messages they acquire so much.

Student actors, dramatization, positve exaggeration, the use of props, and maybe even TPRS circling can be observed.

If a fake mustache doesn’t lower the affective filter I am not sure what does…

Link to article.

http://legacy.n2pub.com/newsletter/files/AZ_Ahwatukee/Foothills/2014/Foothills_Jan14.pdf

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