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TPRS Teacher Feature June 2020

June Teacher Feature: KRISTIN ARCHAMBAULT Kristin Archambault has been a French and Spanish educator for over twenty years. Her emphasis for fourteen of those years has been on teaching through TPRS strategies and encouraging other teachers to do the same. She first learned about TPRS at a workshop conducted by Blaine Ray in 2006 – […]
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Setting the BART Higher!

At TPRS Books, teachers often ask the question, “What level is this book?” While we understand the question, we would like to dispel the myth at this time that Bart wants a cat, while written in a very simple way, is not JUST for level 1. In addition, other readers might have a level you […]
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TPRS Teacher Feature March 2020

CAN A DRESS SAVE THE WORLD? This is the question Bess Hayles asks her students each December. As a high school teacher in the Kansas City area, Hayles heard about Dressember in 2018 and decided to try it out. The idea is simple, women commit to wearing dresses every day (men wear ties) in December […]
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7 Ways to Make Language Learning Fun for Kids

  Teaching a foreign language to children can be an immensely rewarding albeit challenging experience. Aside from the complex rules of grammar and syntax, you also have to deal with short attention spans and occasional tantrums. But language training is only as effective as the teacher providing it. Learning a new language can be enjoyable […]
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TPRS®: Using Storytelling to Learn a New Language

Teaching a foreign language can be challenging, especially if you’re teaching it to non-native speakers. Students may not apply what they’ve learned outside the classroom, causing them to forget words and phrases when they return to the classroom. Other students may feel forced to learn the language and may not participate enthusiastically during the lesson. […]
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Teachers need to think more like students!

Excerpt from Blaine Ray's keynote address at NTPRS 2016 What is TPRS? It has always been a moving target.  In TPRS, we do not claim to have all the answers…we only claim to be searching. As TPRS continues to evolve over the years we must consider one major factor in its evolution. How does it […]
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Learning the TPRS Method in Language Workshops

Teaching a second language can be such a difficult undertaking if you don’t know how to be creative in sharing knowledge with another person. Teachers attend language workshops to improve their methodology and learn new strategies on how to teach a foreign language effectively. The workshops are designed to improve the teachers’ capabilities with new […]
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Secondary Language Teaching Using the TPRS Method

The TPRS Method or Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling is a unique way of teaching foreign language in a classroom setting. Secondary language teaching is never the same again after this methodology was introduced by Blaine Ray in 1990’s. A Spanish teacher himself, he designed an interactive strategy to keep his students’ interest and […]
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