Change a light bulb, take a rough bus ride, carve a jack o’ lantern . . . this book puts words into action and action into words! The hundreds of photocopiable, lively illustrations carry out 66 picture sequences based on Asher’s Total Physical Response (TPR) approach–just waiting to be used by beginning ESL students of all ages! The picture sequences are presented without text in step-by-step, clear tear-out pages to maximize flexible lesson planning and are grouped under the following units: AM-PM, Health and Safety, At Home, Going Out, Holidays and Leisure, At School, and Weather. The introduction outlines the TPR procedure and extension activities. Each proceeding unit has a model lesson, a photocopiable exercise sheet, and verb lists--use them any way you want to achieve action-packed learning enjoyment!
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KEY BENEFIT: 66 reproducible picture sequences to help beginning ESL students learn English. KEY TOPICS: The 66 reproducible sequences are organized into such units as holidays and leisure, at home, health and safety, at school, going out, and weather, and can be used in any order to teach English. MARKET: Beginning-level ESL learners.
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Book Description Macmillan Education, 1988. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110880842121