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Title: Teaching imperatives through actions Beginners


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Introduction
Teaching imperatives through actions (Beginners)
The following presentation, while sharing
similarities with the I am walking procedures of
the Direct Method. Total Physical Response
(TPR) TPR is based on the principle that
learners best when they are wholly engaged (both
physical and mentally) in language learning
process. Shortly, TPR is listening and acting.
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For example, when teacher teaches students,
teacher says sit down and also sit down, the
students will know this action is called sit down
SIT DOWN!!
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STEP1 Following whats the teacher said .. To
the two students, teacher says sit down at the
same time and sits down herself, indicate with a
gesture that the students should do the same.
Sit down!!
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Step2 Following a similar procedure as in
Step1 and using as object the classroom features
previously taught.
Walk to the door
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Step 2
Open the door
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Step 3. Step2 is then repeated , but with the
inclusion of the negative imperative from dont.
Teacher says Dont Sit Down
Dont sit down!!
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Step 4.The teacher writes the following actions
on the board and asking students to repeat after
her.
Repeat after me!!
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Conclusion
  • The E-factor and A-factor are dispensable and
    cant be set aside. The advantages of the
    E-factor is using the action to convey the
    meaning of grammar and tell the students whats
    the meaning of a sentence by an action or a
    movement.
  • And about the A-factor is suitable for younger
    learners or beginners. They may have a discussion
    with each other but right to be silent when the
    teacher says they can just sit over there
    instead of doing actions, and then giving the
    students more responsibility and involvement in
    the learning process is also important as well.
  • Last but not least, no matter what methods we use
    in the class, however, when we give a lesson to
    our students, we should evaluate what is good for
    them in advance and teach them in accordance with
    their aptitude.
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