[…] our students with comprehensible input using strategies like PQA, MovieTalk, Embedded Reading, Storyasking, and […]
[…] day, and gives some opportunity for more PQA and pop-up grammar before we get into the story. (Learn how to ask a story here.) What are some of the strategies or patterns that you use to introduce […]
[…] appear in personalized class discussion, and students use them in their writing and when they make suggestions for class stories. I believe I saw this idea about five years ago on Ben Slavic’s blog, but I might have […]
[…] done at least one horizontal conjugation with each subject and all subjects have appeared in PQA, story asking, Movie Talks, Embedded Readings, and other forms of Comprehensible Input. All grammar notes that I […]
[…] critically about the story. In this activity, I just printed out the story script skeleton (I use Matava scripts for all of my stories, so I already have a typed version of the story on which the class story is […]
[…] like iFLT and NTPRS, spend a semester…or two…or three…with story asking (either with scripts or spun out of PQA). I think you will find that limiting yourself to the practice of one […]
[…] a MovieTalk or Ask a Story in class. Each question for the game is a question about the video or class story (true/false, […]
[…] the process and the possibilities–don’t be! As with TPRS®, which is nothing more than asking a story, there are many things that you can do after you’ve finished your MovieTalk (or your TPRS® […]
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