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Monday, July 25 • 9:45am - 5:45pm
TPRS Beginner's Workshop with Donna and Katya (Full Day Workshop)

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THE BEGINNING WORKSHOP

Training:  This workshop is for teachers who are new to TPR Storytelling® or for teachers who feel that they need to revisit and practice the fundamentals of the method. We will focus on how and why Storytelling® is the most effective and fun way for students to learn a world language.  We will also practice the necessary skills for using this method in the classroom with experienced coaches.  

Language Experience:  You will experience learning Russian as a student in a TPRS class.  You will be amazed by how much Russian you will learn over our three and a half days together!  Having the opportunity to be a student and a teacher at the same time will allow you to experience first-hand the skills essential to this method.

In order to receive the full benefit of both the training and the language-learning experience, we strongly encourage you to stay for the entire workshop.  Trust us, you won’t want to miss a thing!

 DAY 1:  GETTING YOUR FEET WET


  1. Wade into our first Russian story with TPRS!

  2. How does Katya make that Russian lesson look so easy?

  3. How does the brain acquire language?

  4. How do I get started with my class?

  5. Let’s start practicing TPRS skills one-by-one!

    1. “Say it like you mean it!”

    2. Establish meaning

    3. Use gestures to make the language comprehensible

    4. Ask repetitive questions

    5. Repeat the correct answer



Presenters
avatar for Katya Paukova

Katya Paukova

Cohort Leader, Presenter, Defense Language Institute



Monday July 25, 2016 9:45am - 5:45pm PDT
Paradise DE
  Full-day Workshop
  • AV Needs LCD Projector, Computer Speakers (Presenters will bring their own laptop. Mac users need to bring the adapter for the LCD.)