TPR can be used to teach and practise a range of things
Benefits of TPR
TPR is a teaching method that was developed by Dr James Asher. It involves combining actions and words while teaching, to make sure you are catering to all types of learners – audio, visual and kinesthetic. Watch the video to find out more!
There are 2 types of TPR – Instructional and Educational. The aim of Instructional TPR is that the student learns how to do something (e.g. an action or sentence structure) and the aim of Educational TPR is that the student learns what something is (e.g. new vocabulary). Watch the video to find out more!
Top TPR moves are:
Although TPR is great to use whenever you’re teaching, it is more important to use it for your Online classes. TPR helps you to better connect with your students, despite the geographical distance, and helps to ensure you maintain their attention throughout. Watch the video to find out more!
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