Learning a Language through TPR

French I students are engaged in improvised “HedBanz” vocabulary game.

Have you tried to learn a new foreign language? Simple drills and writing didn’t work, right?! But wait, there is a quick way to master your fluency in French trough TPRs. TPR stands for: Total Physical Response or TPR for short.

Instead of being quiet and siting still, students are required to stand up, move around the classroom, clap their hands, sing, dance and get physical!

Intrigued? See Mrs. Selikhova and find out more about signing up for French classes next semester. See you soon or À bien tôt!

French I students are engaged in TPR story telling session: recreate and tell a story in French trough the pictures.

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