Key words: Oral fluency, storytelling, learning, personality factors, cognitive .. them through storytelling and through TPR, so that they are able to make use of. Research on TPR Storytelling. Chapter (PDF Available) ยท January with 1, Reads. In book: Fluency Through TPR Storytelling, Edition: 7th, Publisher: . Get this from a library! Fluency through TPR storytelling: achieving real language acquisition in school. [Blaine Ray; Contee Seely].

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Dylan rated it it was amazing Sep 23, Brian rated it liked tppr Jun 06, Pupils listen, translate paragraphs, write texts in which quantity is more important than quality I know this is a bit short-sighted, but it roughly gives the method in a nutshell. Helping you deliver more comprehensible input to live that better language teacher life.

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Like Us on Facebook. One of the major problems I was facing was the difference in second language teaching in America and in Europe. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Katharine rated it it was amazing Jul 24, I need more ideas for tiny classes! If you are new to TPRS and want a detailed and thorough explanation of how to start using this method in your class, look no further!

It was as if I was skimming the surface without getting the opportunity to fully understand the idea behind TPR S and its practical use. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Jessie rated it it was amazing Oct 06, Randy told us about he got started as a songwriter and a storyteller.

Fluency Through Tpr Storytelling : Contee Seely :

Strytelling bought my copy of the book on the last day of a three-day Blaine Ray workshop in Dallas with Blaine himself running the training. This is a must read for language teachers! The ‘acting’ by the students is reduced to following up orders by the teacher and even the input from pupils is controlled. Lisa Biskup rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Feb 05, Jessica rated it it was amazing.


Fluency Through Tpr Storytelling

I’m much in favour of combining skills in one class to keep attention. I sotrytelling a chance to chat with Blaine over lunch while I was in Dallas and he signed fulency book and wrote a nice message inside the cover for me.

I have read lots of year, ?? This book is so much more meaningful and understandable once I went to a Blaine Ray workshop. I often got the feeling I was reading a commercial.

Lori rated it liked it May 04, Apr 06, Wouter rated it it was ok Shelves: But as my pupils desperately ask for some basics, some rules on language they can learn, a foothold because we lost a lot of grammar teaching due to ‘elevating’ ideas from the government to focus on skills rather than knowledgeI don’t think TPR S will get my students top notch in fluency. First, my own target language proficiency had languished between the time I studied abroad and when I started teaching.

Furthermore, the book assumes you have five classes a week whereas I only stlrytelling three at best, two at worst. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I storyteoling expending considerable mental bandwidth consciously storytelilng about the language I was going to use.

Major Payne rated it really liked it May 23, Thfough was bits and pieces; the book lacks structure and clear comprehensive information.

TPR has to be at the center of your teaching, you have to adapt your book to TPR or skim it at the end of the yearnot the other way around. Katrina rated it it was amazing Jan 30, Mikayla rated it really liked it Jun 25, Of course he played some songs on his guitar during a break on the last day as well.


My pupils want to have their own voice in a story.

The book somehow has difficulty in explaining the workings of TPRS in one paragraph or even one chapter. As a foreign language teacher, this book is the best guide for helping students acquire language. There are two days for mini-story, two days for reading translate the extended reading and discuss itone day tjrough timed free writing and reading.

Evgeniy Golovko rated it it was amazing Sep 19, Both were dissatisfactory As storytelilng Dutch ESL teacher I was searching for a new way to teach fluency speecha skill not covered in abundance in most secondary school methods here in Holland. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Humor, for example, has to be an important element in class don’t be afraid to be a bit absurd from time to time. As with my review on “How to Mindmap” there are two issues to be discussed: Such a framework is not found in the book, which makes it very difficult to find out how much students actually learn.

Could someone tell me the exactly year that book is published?