Teachers intent on counting reps forgot that input must always be compelling. If your students’ eyes have glazed over, you may as well stop circling.
I am grateful to Beniko Mason Nanki for presenting teachers around the world with an elegant and easy to use strategy that allows us to immerse our students in compelling comprehensible input.
Dr. Krashen speaks about Sustained Silent Reading.
He is passionate about his craft, passionate about wanting to help others find their way. He has the courage to go off the beaten path, the courage to try new methods and the courage to speak his mind.
We have a very high student success rate and a retention rate of 50-60%
over four years.
“We have built a reputation for working with all kinds of learners including
those with emotional and learning disabilities of which we are proud.”
Help other teachers start on their TPRS/TCI journey.
This article is an excellent review of Dr. Krashen’s work and mostly very favorable. A good introduction to show to
She just does it so beautifully that it doesn’t feel like circling. It feels like she’s having a genuine conversation with her students.
She has a special gift for seeing both sides, for knowing where people are coming from and understanding their pain.
This is PQA that can be life-changing.