TPRS is doing what people have been doing ever since the Tower of Babel: communicating with others using simple, comprehensible vocabulary in the context of a story.
Many students have been so enchanted by the book and its drawings that they have bought their own copy.
The end of the conference always seems to come too fast, before I’ve had a chance to chat with so
I want to explain the difference between the way I teach and the methods that many other language teachers use.
I’m re-re-reading The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin. So much wisdom and foresight and humanity, it
Out of necessity, he tried to communicate and quickly found the language “spilling out of his mouth”.
“I forgot I was speaking in English.”
“Thank you for an amazing opportunity. I have fallen in love with Agen, French, and with CI all over again!” Claudia
I love the freedom this gives me to meet my students where they are and adapt what I can say about the images to their particular needs.