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I have adapted/edited "Cayendo" to fit the needs of my students. This story with questions is a great way for students to practice their -go verbs in context, such as teaching through storytelling and reading (TPR). The teacher should act out the story as he/she reads it to the class. You could also go to snappspanish.com and have them listen to the reader while you act it out. Either way, it's a dramatic story they won't forget! The class then answers comprehension questions and also practices
I have adapted/edited "El regalo" to fit the needs of my students. This story with questions is a great way for students to practice their -go verbs in context, such as teaching through storytelling and reading (TPR). The teacher should act out the story as he/she reads it to the class. You could also go to snappspanish.com and have them listen to the reader while you act it out. Either way, it's a dramatic story they won't forget! The class then answers comprehension questions and also practice
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8th - 11th
How to Tell a Story Using TPR Storytelling Strategies by Angie Torre Even before the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam scoring became easier, 100% of my AP students were passing the test with 4s and 5s on the block Schedule! Most of them were NOT Spanish speakers. A year ago 75% of of my AP students skipped Spanish Four and went straight to AP. They all passed. How did I accomplish this? With comprehensible input and language in context. To maximize the instructional time, I make sure
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Staff
A four-day unit that works with the structures se sienta, le grita, and se levanta, along with classroom objects. It includes a story script, TPR activity description and supplies, instructions for a song to include, story activities, a slideshow with daily warm-ups, and a follow-up reading and writing activity.This is Unit 6 of the SOMOS Curriculum for Spanish 1. Learn more at www.somoscurriculum.com.
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6th - 10th
Don't let anyone ever tell you that TPR (Total Physical Response) is outdated, boring, or only for elementary school! In this video The CI Guy demonstrates 50 TPR (total physical response) gestures to spice up your CI/TPRS instruction. The 50 gestures are connected to common verbs, phrases, and situations that come up during the first two years of instruction and storytelling. This product includes an instructional video in which the CI Guy demonstrates the gestures & a Microsoft Word
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6th - 12th
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This Spanish Colors Listening and Comprehension Activities resource will help your students learn los colores through storytelling. My students love storytelling, and they are secondary kids! This story is in the form of a PowerPoint with visual aids. I find this is the easiest and most effective way to incorporate storytelling in a language classroom! Students can read while they listen, and images are already there for you. (No frantic drawing and scribbling!)Included in this product is the Po
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Things were different back in mom's day. And she won't let you forget it.This song and accompanying activities will have your students comprehending spoken Spanish in context using humor, relatable anecdotes, and most importantly: comprehensible Spanish. This lesson would be best for Novice Low-Novice Mid learners of Spanish. This song and storytelling lesson is appropriate for all ages.This digital product gives you your own copy of the following files via Google Drive:-2 Bell Ringer Activities
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Here are PowerPoint illustrations or story-cards for Griffin Bemisderfer's free TPR story, La arana gorda. This absurd, charming story about a sweet little spider is perfect for reviewing basic Spanish I grammar and vocabulary: gusta ser + adjectives estar + feelings regular -ar, -er verbs Get the free TPR text at the link below, and enjoy the storytelling! LA ARAÑA GORDA--TPR STORY by Griffin Bemisderfer
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If you are reading the TPRStorytelling Novel, Esperanza, or studying about Guatemala, you are going to love these bookmarks. Features: 1 bookmark (back to back): Esperanza title and it's translation on one side and a map of where the events take place in the book on the other side. 1 bookmark (back to back): with essential vocabulary words in chapters 1-6 with pictures on one side and vocabulary words for chapters 6-10 translated into English on the other side. 1 bookmark: Guatemala informat
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The verb TENER is introduced in context with TPR storytelling. In the story, five students from the school are introduced. Each description of the student uses vocabulary for level 1 (school, descriptive words, likes and dislikes) along with the verb TENER. (All vocabulary is compatible with Avancemos Level 1-Unit 2- Lesson 1) Included: 1. Story "Los estudiantes de la Escuela Secundaria" (including and introducing the verb TENER) 2. Supplementary Activities a. TENER conjugation box b.
This story board can be used as a TPR storytelling activity. Comprehension questions and a story writing frames are included. There are also practice cards for this story called, "Practice cards for Carlitos el cocinero." Generally the story is first told using props. The the students may be given the storyboard to hear the story again. The goal is for the students to retell the story in both written and spoken form. The story can be told as it is written on the activity or you can create yo
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
I have taken the content slides from each of the 13 TPR sets I am offering for sale, either individually (except for Set 1, which is free) or bundled in groups of 2 (TPR Sets 1 - 3; 4 &5, 6 & 7, 8 & 9, 10 & 11, 12 & 13). This should help you decide which set best suits your needs. In order for comprehensible input, as set forth by TPR (Total Physical Response) and TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling), to be the most effective, students have to be p
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Have fun relaying comprehensible and compelling input to you students through this TPR storytelling activity which teaches vocabulary for le camping et les animaux narrated in the past.
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8th - 12th
As a native French speaker and now a high school French teacher, I have found that teaching French through storytelling using TPR is the most effective and efficient way to teach the language. In this product, I include step by step directions and TPR examples for how to introduce these French stories and turn your class into a sort of "live theater" where both you and your students will be actively listening, reading, writing, and speaking French. I also include directions for how to introduce
This is a story script I created based off of the structures from Look, I Can Talk!, the teaching manual for TPR Storytelling. The stories in the manual are not very interesting and they are not repetitive or simple enough, so I created stories based off of Anne Matava's three location script style for all of the structures from Look, I Can Talk! This is the story script I created for chapter 1 lessons 1-3. "Double wow. There is some work in these. You have 'the gift.'" -Ben Slavic, Expert in
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
I created a Plague Doctor Story for my students to fit a halloween theme. There is a focus on a few key terms. This is intended for CI storytelling and includes various activities to do with students. Whether TPRS, TPR, or reading/writing can be used. Please refer to my youtube channel "MaestraBee" for usage or e-mail me on how to use.
The beginning of the school year can be very challenging. For many teachers, new and old, the added stress of providing instruction using ONLY the target language can be overwhelming. Total Physical Response (TPR) and Total Physical Response Storytelling (TPRS) are valuable tools for immersive classrooms and for teachers dedicated to providing instruction primarily in the target language. To be most successful, it's best to start on the first day of class or very soon thereafter. I created th
This colorful and humorous TPRS purpose written text is the first of 10 stories in the first Great Circle series for learners of English. It is designed for English language learners to be used with TPRStorytelling and Comprehensible Input activities and uses common verbs, sight words and a multitude of pictures to help readers truly understand what is on the page. This stories introduces readers to the verb phrases: There is, I am, he is, I have, he has, I don't have, he doesn't have, he goe
★ Save 25% by buying all my Spanish TPR Stories and comprehensible input in one bundle. They include illustrated TPR Story PowerPoints, dialogues, puppet shows, videos, readings, cloze activities, and comprehension activities.Click here to see a video of how to tell a story using TPR Story-Telling Strategies: Youtube Video of How To Tell TPRStoryTo see me teaching a TPR Story to my class, click here: Me teachingSpanish One TPR Stories and Comprehensible Input Bundle has 17 stories or readings,
★ Save over 30% by buying all my TPR Stories and Input in one bundle. They include illustrated TPR Story Power Points, dialogues, puppet shows, videos, readings, cloze activities, and comprehension activities.Click here to see a video of how to tell a story using TPR Story-Telling Strategies: Youtube Video of How To Tell TPRStoryTo see me teaching a TPR Story to my class, click here: Me teachingSpanish Two TPR Stories and Comprehensible Input have 423 slides, 156 docs, 2 Audio files, and 11 vid
★ ★ All my Illustrated TPR Stories in one bundle! Save $15 by buying them all together!The TPR Story PowerPoints and Comprehensible Input repeat the vocabulary and concepts in context and then recycle them with the subsequent activities. Click here to see a video of how to tell a story using TPR Story-Telling Strategies: Youtube Video of How To Tell TPRStoryTo see me teaching a TPR Story to my class, click here: Me teachingThe Illustrated Spanish TPR Story PowerPoints and Comprehensible Input
"The Bad Baby," (inspired by the adaption from Jason Fritze), is an excellent introduction to TPRS, especially for younger students. It is funny, engaging, fun to act out, and introduces important first commands that are useful in the classroom: walk, run, stop, sit down, fast, slow. They make for excellent TPR practice to get kids moving and responding to the language almost immediately.
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K - 5th
This presentation is for use as practice, when you need lesson plans for a substitute or to help a student make-up missed comprehensible input. It follows the TPRS® (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) method of instruction. This series of stories is based upon the “Vocabulary List for the Classical TPR Phase” found in Appendix D of Fluency Through TPR Storytelling, Third Edition by Blaine Ray and Contee Seely. As you will note, the verbs are given in the 3rd person sing
This presentation is for use as practice, when you need lesson plans for a substitute or to help a student make-up missed comprehensible input. It follows the TPRS® (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) method of instruction. This series of stories is based upon the “Vocabulary List for the Classical TPR Phase” found in Appendix D of Fluency Through TPR Storytelling, Third Edition by Blaine Ray and Contee Seely. As you will note, the verbs are given in the 3rd person sing

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