Look, I Can Talk!: Teacher's Guidebook

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Sky Oaks Productions, 2001 - Education - 44 pages
Using the world famous Total Physical Response (known world-wide as TPR), teaching method, Blaine Ray shows you step-by-step how to tell a story with physical actions. Next, your students tell the story to each other in their own words using the target language. They then act it out, write it and read it. The Teacher's Guidebook shows you how to use the Student Books for Level  1, which come in your choice of English, Spanish, French or German and have ✔ 12 main stories ✔ 24 additional action-packed picture stories ✔ Many options for retelling each story ✔ Reading and writing exercises galore. Blaine personally guarantees that each of your students will eagerly tell stories in the target language by using the Student Book. You will use the Teacher's Guidebook for step-by-step instructions from Blaine Ray.

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Dr. James J. Asher is emeritus professor of psychology and former associate dean at San Josť State University, where he was honored with the Outstanding Professor Award. He has degrees in psychology from the University of New Mexico and the University of Houston with postdoctoral training at the University of Washington (Linguistics), Stanford University (Research in Educational Psychology), and the Defense Language Institute West Coast (Arabic). His research into language acquisition has been funded by grants from the Office of Education, the Office of Naval Research, the Department of Defense, and the State of California. He has written more than a hundred articles for such journals as Child Development, The Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Psychological Reports, The Journal of Special Education, The Modern Language Journal, The International Review of Applied Linguistics, The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, and Psychology Today. Dr. Asher has been invited to demonstrate his stress-free Total Physical Response (known world-wide as TPR) approach at several hundred elementary, high schools and universities, including the University of California, Stanford University, the University of Texas, New York University, the University of Hawaii, the University of Alaska, and Cambridge University in England. His classic video demonstrations of TPR with children and adults continue to guide language teachers around the world.

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