How to Tell a Story Using TPR Storytelling Strategies: Language is learned through repetition in context. According to research, in order for a word or expression to become part of our working vocabulary, we must hear or see it IN CONTEXT 72 times. So, the goal of the teacher is to use comprehensible input so that students get a sufficient amount of repetition in context for the language to stick. One of the best ways to do this is through TPR Storytelling. Learn how on my blog.
Want short pieces of literature that your English class will love to discuss? English short stories for high school English or ESL classes. 5 of my favourite stories are in this post! Analyze short story literature with the best short stories for English students. A lesson plan for one of them will be added to my free printables library for English teachers. Grab access today at www.teachingcove.com
“High frequency structures for storytelling. https://t.co/NSpvL1ikv4”
Using Pixar Short Films to Teach & Review Literary Devices https://secondaryseries.com/2017/06/using-pixar-short-films-to-teach-review-literary-devices/?utm_content=buffer7968d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer
22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling by PBJpublishing: These little pearls of wisdom were tweeted by storyboard artist Emma Coats. She wrote them herself but learned them at Pixar from her senior colleagues. #Infographic #Story_Telling #Pixar #Emma_Coats
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