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TPR
Teach Chinese - The Active Way
What?
Why?
How?
What?
STEP 1
The teacher inputs language using Chinese only.
STEP 2
The teacher uses gestures to convey meaning.
(no English is spoken)
STEP 3
The student performs the action only.
Meaning and Context
Comprehensible input
No translation necessary!
Stress-free environment
What we know…
The more intense a memory
connection is traced, the
stronger the memory
association
More likely to be recalled.
Retracing ...
Cognitive Approach
Learning Chinese creates
specific demands on the
areas of the brain for
remembering visual
patterns.
Co...
Brain seeks connections, context and meaning!
Adjectives
没意思
忙
干净
冷
舒服
好吃
快
胖
高
Why?
The 7 Learning Principles
1 Readiness
2 Exercise
3 Effect
4 Primacy
5 Recency
6 Intensity
7 Freedom
Purpose, Meaning, Motivation Recall, Review, Sum...
Why use TPR?
Learning Outcomes
Language Content Affective Filter
The
affective
filter
The
affective
filter
Why use TPR?
The search for
meaning is innate.
The search for
meaning comes
through patterning.
Emotions are critical
to patterning.
Wh...
把三明治放在头上
Why use TPR?
把铅笔放在鼻子上
Why use TPR?
Long-term RAPID
retention
‘magic’ effect!
Why use TPR?
Why use TPR?
Differentiation Learning
Why use TPR?
One size doesn’t fit all!
Why use TPR?
Content
Simple Complex
Why use TPR?
走 走到门
走到门
Process
Why use TPR?
Process – activities in which the
student engages in order to make
sense of or master the content
Product
Products – culminating projects that ask the student to
rehearse, apply, and extend what he or she has learned in ...
Why use TPR?
Rap
Interview
Game
Map
Cartoon
Survey
Bumper
Sticker
Poster
Comic
Why use TPR?
How?
Total Physical Response
Step 1: The teacher gives the
command.
Step 2: The teacher models the
movement.
Step 3: The studen...
1. Warm up at beginning of lesson
2. Introduce new vocabulary
3. Evaluation
How to use TPR
Grammar Rules
Vocab. Lists
Irresistible Learning
Step 1: The
teacher gives the
command.
Step 2: The
teacher models the
movement.
Step 3: The
student performs
the action.
机器人
Comprehension
precedes
Production
(Krashen & Terrell, 1983, p. 20)
Recycle Language
How to use TPR
Getting Ready
What content do you want to teach?
把
How to use TPR
Use Stress and Intonation!
• Humour
• Gestures must be clear!
How to use TPR
EMOTIONAL response facilitates
memory formation!
How to use TPR
Write a Script
1. Language content – Vocabulary
2. Grammar
How to use TPR
站起来
请坐
指门
指向你的鼻子
把书放在桌上
把三明治放在头上
把铅笔放在鼻子上
Storytime Chinese!
More complex language
My Morning Routine
我起床
wǒ qǐ chuáng
我揉眼睛
wǒ róu yǎn jīng
我打呵欠
wǒ dǎ hē qiàn
我打喷嚏
wǒ dǎ p ntìē
我咳嗽
W késouǒ
我洗脸
wǒ xǐ liǎn
我刷牙
wǒ shuā yá
我刷头发
Wǒ shuā Tóufǎ
我穿衣服
wǒ chuān yī fu
我吃早饭
wǒ chī zǎo fàn
我背上书包
wǒ bēi shàng shū bāo
我打开门
wǒ dǎ kāi mén
我走路上学
wǒ zǒu lù shàng xué
Let’s recap!
The Silent Period
Krashen, Stephen D. 1981. Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition.
Comprehension
precedes
Production
(Krashen & Terrell, 1983, p. 20)
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  1. 1. TPR Teach Chinese - The Active Way
  2. 2. What? Why? How?
  3. 3. What?
  4. 4. STEP 1 The teacher inputs language using Chinese only.
  5. 5. STEP 2 The teacher uses gestures to convey meaning. (no English is spoken)
  6. 6. STEP 3 The student performs the action only.
  7. 7. Meaning and Context
  8. 8. Comprehensible input No translation necessary!
  9. 9. Stress-free environment
  10. 10. What we know…
  11. 11. The more intense a memory connection is traced, the stronger the memory association More likely to be recalled. Retracing is done verbally with motor activity.
  12. 12. Cognitive Approach Learning Chinese creates specific demands on the areas of the brain for remembering visual patterns. Connections and Patterning
  13. 13. Brain seeks connections, context and meaning!
  14. 14. Adjectives
  15. 15. 没意思
  16. 16.
  17. 17. 干净
  18. 18.
  19. 19. 舒服
  20. 20. 好吃
  21. 21.
  22. 22.
  23. 23.
  24. 24. Why?
  25. 25. The 7 Learning Principles
  26. 26. 1 Readiness 2 Exercise 3 Effect 4 Primacy 5 Recency 6 Intensity 7 Freedom Purpose, Meaning, Motivation Recall, Review, Summarize Emotions and Motivation Strong impression Repeat, Restate, Reemphasize Dramatic and Sensory Active
  27. 27. Why use TPR? Learning Outcomes Language Content Affective Filter
  28. 28. The affective filter The affective filter Why use TPR?
  29. 29. The search for meaning is innate. The search for meaning comes through patterning. Emotions are critical to patterning. Why use TPR?
  30. 30. 把三明治放在头上 Why use TPR?
  31. 31. 把铅笔放在鼻子上 Why use TPR?
  32. 32. Long-term RAPID retention ‘magic’ effect! Why use TPR? Why use TPR?
  33. 33. Differentiation Learning Why use TPR?
  34. 34. One size doesn’t fit all! Why use TPR?
  35. 35. Content Simple Complex Why use TPR? 走 走到门 走到门
  36. 36. Process Why use TPR? Process – activities in which the student engages in order to make sense of or master the content
  37. 37. Product Products – culminating projects that ask the student to rehearse, apply, and extend what he or she has learned in a unit. Why use TPR?
  38. 38. Why use TPR?
  39. 39. Rap Interview Game Map Cartoon Survey Bumper Sticker Poster Comic Why use TPR?
  40. 40. How?
  41. 41. Total Physical Response Step 1: The teacher gives the command. Step 2: The teacher models the movement. Step 3: The student performs the action.
  42. 42. 1. Warm up at beginning of lesson 2. Introduce new vocabulary 3. Evaluation How to use TPR
  43. 43. Grammar Rules Vocab. Lists Irresistible Learning
  44. 44. Step 1: The teacher gives the command. Step 2: The teacher models the movement. Step 3: The student performs the action.
  45. 45. 机器人
  46. 46. Comprehension precedes Production (Krashen & Terrell, 1983, p. 20)
  47. 47. Recycle Language How to use TPR
  48. 48. Getting Ready What content do you want to teach? 把 How to use TPR
  49. 49. Use Stress and Intonation! • Humour • Gestures must be clear! How to use TPR
  50. 50. EMOTIONAL response facilitates memory formation! How to use TPR
  51. 51. Write a Script 1. Language content – Vocabulary 2. Grammar How to use TPR
  52. 52. 站起来
  53. 53. 请坐
  54. 54. 指门
  55. 55. 指向你的鼻子
  56. 56. 把书放在桌上
  57. 57. 把三明治放在头上
  58. 58. 把铅笔放在鼻子上
  59. 59. Storytime Chinese! More complex language
  60. 60. My Morning Routine
  61. 61. 我起床 wǒ qǐ chuáng
  62. 62. 我揉眼睛 wǒ róu yǎn jīng
  63. 63. 我打呵欠 wǒ dǎ hē qiàn
  64. 64. 我打喷嚏 wǒ dǎ p ntìē
  65. 65. 我咳嗽 W késouǒ
  66. 66. 我洗脸 wǒ xǐ liǎn
  67. 67. 我刷牙 wǒ shuā yá
  68. 68. 我刷头发 Wǒ shuā Tóufǎ
  69. 69. 我穿衣服 wǒ chuān yī fu
  70. 70. 我吃早饭 wǒ chī zǎo fàn
  71. 71. 我背上书包 wǒ bēi shàng shū bāo
  72. 72. 我打开门 wǒ dǎ kāi mén
  73. 73. 我走路上学 wǒ zǒu lù shàng xué
  74. 74. Let’s recap!
  75. 75. The Silent Period Krashen, Stephen D. 1981. Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition.
  76. 76. Comprehension precedes Production (Krashen & Terrell, 1983, p. 20)
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