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TPR. Natacha Mellado J. Yasna Pincheira S. Vanesa Sanhuesa Katerine Villalobos. Total Physical Response. BACKGROUND. 60’s and 70’s Comprehension Approach Listening comprehension James Asher The time people spend learning a second language. The stress that is found in

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TPR

Natacha Mellado J.

Yasna Pincheira S.

Vanesa Sanhuesa

Katerine Villalobos.

Total Physical Response


Background

BACKGROUND

  • 60’s and 70’s Comprehension Approach

    Listening comprehension

  • James Asher

    • The time people spend learning

      a second language.

    • The stress that is found in

      Ss of language learning.

      TPR Total Physical

      Response Stress-free Approach

      First Understanding then Production.

      Learn like a Baby


Goals

GOALS

  • The main goal of this method is that Ss learn a second language using some of the same ways that they use to learn the first language.

  • Ss should understand what they are learning through listening and language contact until they are ready to speak and make production.

  • All of this is focus on reduce the stress of the Ss in class, building confidence between them.


Tpr class

TPR CLASS

  • Classes are active

  • Classes are emphasized on listening comprehension.

  • The environment is very free of stress.

  • Grammar and syntax are not thought directly, they will be internalized by the Ss through synthesis not analysis.


Characteristics of teaching learning process

Characteristics of teachinglearningprocess

  • Teacher’s role.

    Father.

    Director.

  • Students’ role.

    Child.

    Imitator.


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  • Classroom interactions.

    T Speaks

    SsRespond

    SsVerbalize


Areas of language emphasized

Areas of Language emphasized.

  • Vocabulary.

  • Grammatical Structures.

    Skills:

  • Receptive

    (Listening – Comprehension)

  • Productive

    (Speaking, Writing)


Techniques

Techniques.

  • Using Commands to direct behaviour.

    “ The commands are given to get students to perform an action”

    Teacher:Ingrid, walk to the whiteboard.

    (Ingrid goes to the blackboard)


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  • Role reversal.

    “Students command their teacher and classmates to perform some actions”.

    TeacherStudents

    StudentStudent

    StudentTeacher.


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  • Action Sequence.

    “A long series of coneccted commands can be given to get a whole procedure”

    Take out your pen

    Take out a piece of paper

    Write a letter.

    Fold the letter.

    Put it in an envelope.


Evaluation

Evaluation.

Observation


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • TPR is a method developed by

    DR. James J. Asher

  • It is based on commands

  • Role: “Parent and Child”

  • Emphasize: Vocabulary and Grammar

  • The activity is a “Game”

  • It is most used in beginners than advanced learners


References

References.

  • http://www.auburn.edu/~nunnath/engl6240/principl.html

  • http://edweb.sdsu.edu/people/jmora/almmethods.htm

  • http://www.englishraven.com/method_TPR.html


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