Fb2 Live Action English, Millennium Edition ePub
by Elizabeth Romijn,Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn,Contee Seely
|Author:||Elizabeth Romijn,Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn,Contee Seely|
|Publisher:||Command Performance Language Institute; 4th edition (November 1, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1969 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1944 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf lit mobi mbr|
With Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn, Larry Statan, Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and Robert Wachman, he created the CD-ROMs Live Action English Interactive and Live Action Spanish Interactive.
With Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn, Larry Statan, Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and Robert Wachman, he created the CD-ROMs Live Action English Interactive and Live Action Spanish Interactive. In 1989 he received the Excellence in Teaching Award presented by the California Council for Adult Education. Elizabeth Kuizenga (Romijn) grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
by Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn, Elizabeth Romijn, Contee Seely.
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Romijn, Elizabeth; Seely, Contee; Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn. Millenium ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:iz:pdf:765-a6f328379bd0 urn:acs6:iz:epub:f46-d08db1233e08 urn:oclc:record:1036655690.
Each lesson is basically an excellent vocabulary lesson which teaches the words in a fun context to be acted out in class.
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A classic that's been around for years, and is used all over the world, this is the first student/teacher book based on James J. Asher's Total Physical Response (TPR). Each page has an illustrated action series of imperatives in a logical order, telling how to do an activity that everyone is familiar with (get up in the morning, chew a piece of gum, iron a shirt, open a present, eat an orange, clean house, take a hike, 67 in all!).
Each lesson is basically an excellent vocabulary lesson which teaches the words in a fun context to be acted out in class. Instructions are included for getting students to the point where they can tell each other what to do, one person giving the instructions and the other performing each action as it comes.
Once they have learned the vocabulary, they are ready to learn to use the words in other contexts and in the future, past, present and present progressive tenses. For many ideas on how to do this, see Recurrent Action Grammar and the Live Action English Interactive Workbooks.