Total Physical Response (TPR). Presented by Ade Sudirman. A.TPR definition B. TPR Theory. C. The Forms of activities in TPR Method (Teaching and Learning). A. TPR Definition . Richards J in his book, Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching, TPR is defined:
Total Physical Response (TPR)
A.TPR definitionB. TPR Theory
C. The Forms of activities in TPR Method (Teaching and Learning).
“a language teaching method built around the coordination of speech and action; it attempts to teach language through physical (motor)
"The instructor is the director of a stage play in which the students are the actors.”
It means that the teacher is a director in the show the story and in it students as actors or characters.
2. Brain describes different learning function on the left and right brain.
1.There is a bio-specific default program for learning the language that describes an optimal path for the first and second language development.
3. Stress affects the activity of learning and what will be learned by students, stress the lower capacity then learning to be better.
b. making Dialog or conversation
e. the activies of reading and writing to increase vocabulary and also trained on sentence structure based on tenses and so forth.
TPRis a good method, because this method is very useful in increasing the motivation of students, especially in language learning.