Craig Sheehy from TPRS Books recently sat down to talk about the benefits of TPRS® with Linda D'Argenio, an educator at “The Learning Co-op”.
Throughout the interview they talked about:
What is TPRS?
What, in your opinion, are the advantages of TPRS as a teaching methodology?
What does a TPRS class look like?
Can TPRS be used in advanced language classes? For example, I used to teach the IB program. Could have I used TPRS to teach Language B-HL or Language A classes? How does TPRS look in an advanced level class?
Is there a way to adapt TPRS or some aspects of it to very small classes or single students (like in a tutoring session)?
Are there limitations to TPRS? In other words, are there contexts where you feel TPRS is not the best strategy to acquire a second language?
Can you suggest some resources for teachers and parents who are interested in TPRS?
Watch the complete interview below:
See Linda's article on TPRS® here.