Total physical response

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ELEANITZ’, Which means multilingual in Basque, is the name we have given to a project (started in 1991) to educate and prepare students as future citizens of a Multilingual and multicultural Europe. In practice, this involves teaching the Region’s official languages (Basque and Spanish) and introducing two additional Languages (English & French) in a common methodological and curricular Framework. Eleanitz English is part of this integrated language policy with Curriculum, materials and training for the teaching and learning of English for Students aged 4 - 16. The types of activity: story, booklet, song… Materials are folder, crayón, booklet… It is used in many private schools and The material isn´t public.

DIP-DIP-DIP It Is designed for berritzeguneak (1999-2004) for children aged 4-5. The methodology Has a different units and it has 3 parts: procedures, attitudes and concepts. Procedures (Proper use of the Greetings forms, use the some strategies to Grasp the general meaning of the messages said by teacher). Attitudes (Show a positive attitudes towards English, take part in the proposed Activities, comunícate with the teacher). Concepts (Expressions: hello, Good morning, please, thank you. Vocabulary: happy, angry, animals, Numbers)  [The sessions are 1,5 hours per Week. The types of activities are stories, songs, rhymes, rituals, games… Materials are marks, storybooks, pictures, cards, crayons… It is used in many State schools around the country. The material of DIP, DIP, DIP are public.]

TPR (total physical Response) is a method of teaching language using physical movement to react to Verbal input in order to reduce student inhibitions and lower their affective filter. In TPR, instructors give commands to students in the target language, and Students respond with whole-body actions. Total physical response is often used Alongside other methods and techniques.How can use in class? In the Classroom the teacher plays the role of parent. She starts by saying a word ('jump') or a phrase ('look at the board') and demonstrating an action. The Teacher then says the command and the students all do the action. After Repeating a few times it is possible to extend this by asking the students to Repeat the word as they do the action. When they feel confident with the word Or phrase you can then ask the students to direct each other or the whole Class. It is more effective if the students are standing in a circle around the Teacher and you can even encourage them to walk around as they do the action. TPR Can be used to teach and practise many things. Vocabulary connected with Actions (smile, chop, headache, wriggle).Tenses past/present/future and Continuous aspects (Every morning I clean my teeth, I make my bed, I eat Breakfast). Classroom language (Open your books). Imperatives/Instructions (Stand up, close your eyes). Storytelling

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