The Final Challenge!!! —— Arm yourself with practical TPR in adverbs

Struggling with explaining adverbs

Normally, adverbs don’t have much meaning in a sentence. Instead, they play the role of accentuation. That’s why it seems really difficult to illustrate and teach adverbs to our students.

Here is a video to help you overcome this final challenge !!!

In this video, you will learn how to use TPR to illustrate adverbs.

Click the link to watch this video now! Arm yourself with practical TPR for teaching adverbs.

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Sara Fernandes
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Sara Fernandes

Great Examples! 🙂

Andrew Van Ees
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Andrew Van Ees

Great thanks!

Andrea Cecilia Garcia Rivera
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Andrea Cecilia Garcia Rivera

Thank you for the great examples!

Patria Alguila
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Patria Alguila

Thank you Ockert. This was helpful!

Nicole Edwards
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Nicole Edwards

Thanks for these ideas.

Kit
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Kit

Your comment about his accent is uncalled for. It is fine to have an accent in your second language. If you begin learning a second language as an adult, it will be nearly impossible to have a native-like accent.

An accent is only a problem when it makes you difficult to understand. I could understand him fine; therefore, his accent is not a problem.

Vesna Grbic
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Vesna Grbic

I agree with Gordon.

Marjorie Manoben
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Marjorie Manoben

Thank you for your great effort. I graduated sign language class awhile back. Even a basic know-how of the sign language can be used as a TPR. I noticed you used that as well. Thank you again. I enjoyed watching your video.

Andrew Van Ees
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Andrew Van Ees

Thanks for these ideas.

Carolyn Bresee
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Carolyn Bresee

Thank you very much. This was excellent and will be helpful. My question is how do I remember these? Do you have a sheet with the tpr and then the word?

Ockert Kruger
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Ockert Kruger

When I was still teaching in a Brick and mortar school I actually created a file with that contains all the TPR I use for the lessons. Part of my lesson planning was actually working out the TPR for the vocabulary I used. After a while though TPR became second nature to me when teaching and it becomes much easier to remember as well coming up with new TPR on the spot. A good source for TPR is actually sign language if you don’t know what to do for a word.

Marva Young
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Marva Young

Great video

Nancy Thompson
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Nancy Thompson

This was great. Thank you

Bella
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Bella

Thank you for your help, very useful.😃

Ivana Pejakov
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Ivana Pejakov

Great video. Thanks.

Elizabeth Güell
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Elizabeth Güell

One of my favourite tutorials!!!

Darcy Langenfeld
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Darcy Langenfeld

It is a really good video!!! I like all the TPR ‘ s used in the lesson!! Thank you for sharing!!!

Itzel Lejeune
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Itzel Lejeune

Nice tips! This is a good training for us! ☺️

Nicole Kenneally
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Nicole Kenneally

Great job my friend!

Lidia Macías
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Lidia Macías

thank you for showing us your teaching techniques .

Varvara Abramova
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Varvara Abramova

Thank you! Very useful video!

Neetika
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Neetika

Thank you for sharing some great TPR and teaching techniques.

Delilah A. Castro-Rammos
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Delilah A. Castro-Rammos

Thank you!

Nico Johannes Antonie
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Nico Johannes Antonie

Thank you Ockert, I will definitely try to improve my TPR! Nico Kruger, Johannesburg.

Jelena Juric
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Jelena Juric

Thank you !! Great tips !!!

Eddie
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Eddie

Great video! I’ll use some of these. I didn’t realize there were so many useful TPR actions specifically for adverbs!

Jacqueline Paterson
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Jacqueline Paterson

Thank you for this. TPR is a bit like British Sign Language in my country. A lot of gestures, mimes, and making the letter T with your hands for words beginning with ‘t’.
A useful tip.