The Comprehensible Classroom

That’s a wrap! The big summer CI conferences are done. It was a busy two weeks for me and for many other presenters and attendees that were present at both conferences. I am exhausted, overwhelmed with new ideas, and nostalgic thinking back on all of the new friends that I made that I won’t see for another year.

I have a few posts planned for some ‘big’ ideas from the conferences, but for now I’ll focus on the basics: how to help your students succeed when you are providing any form of oral input (story asking, PQA, etc.)

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When I first learned TPRS/CI, I did so sitting in Russian demos by Michele Whaley. I always thought that I was really good at learning languages–you know, a really fast processor! As it turns out, Michele is just a really, really great teacher. Over the years, I have discovered that I’m not a fast…

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