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Yup'ik RavenStorytelling in the Yup’ik Immersion Classroom

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Additional Resources

Anderson, C. & Marsh, V. (1998). Tell me more! Teacher’s manual. Chandler, AZ:
      TPR Storytelling Publishing, Inc.

Ray, B. & Seely, C. (2001). Fluency though TPR storytelling: Achieving real language
      acquisition in school (2nd ed.). Berkely, CA: Command Performance Language Institute.

Marsh, V. (1997). Total physical response storytelling: A communicative approach to
     language learning, 1-5. Retrieved 7/30/05 from
      http://www.tprstorytelling.com/ story.htm.

TPR Storytelling. (2005) How to Apply TPR Storytelling for Best Results. Retrieved
      2/19/06 from http://www.tprstorytelling.com/learn_more.htm

TPR Storytelling Web site: www.tprstorytelling.com

 

 

 

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction What is TPR Storytelling?
Total Physical Response The Natural Approach General Steps of TPR Storytelling
My Classroom: First and Second Grade Sample Mini-Stories References
Additional Resources Project (pdf)  
 

 

 

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