Kirstin Plante Oh it feels good to see everyone again in this video! It does a great job of picturing the ambiance and vibrant exchange of ideas!
“if we are going to consider anything “basic”, let’s consider high-frequency words and phrases as the starting point. There’s a reason they are high frequency: we need them to communicate.”
“She models what it means to care about students and the patience required to teach. “
At the heart of the conference are the language classes where experienced teachers demonstrate how to do a week of Comprehensible Input and invite the participants to stand up and get coached afterwards.
“We sat outside with groups of people we met during the day, sharing meals and drinks, talking about our passion, working with TPRS, laughing, and sometimes getting very personal because these are people you can get close to.”
“This is a supportive community of teachers who believe our instruction can change individual lives for the better, resulting in greater changes to societies and the world.”
A traveller arrived at the gate to a large city in the dessert.
Who is Sabrina Sebban-Janczak ? If you’ve met her, Sabrina is Sabrina, unique and unforgettable. If you haven’t met her
J’aime les voir dans les cafés et restaurants d’Agen, parlant en anglais et français et parfois en espagnol ou en allemand, si ce n’est pas le bretonne ou le mandarin. Il est merveilleux de voir ces gens passionnés, venant des quatre coins du monde, échangeant leurs idées, leurs expériences, leurs espoirs pour leurs élèves.
Six techniques that can be used with all students by teachers who don’t consider themselves TPRS teachers.