A STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SIMULTANEOUS ORAL PRODUCTION AND THE TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE STRATEGY ON THE SPEAKING ACHIEVEMENT, ATTITUDES MOTIVATION, AND INTEREST OF LEVEL I SPANISH STUDENTS

Marjorie Hall Haley
Total Physical Response (TPR) is a teaching strategy in which students learn a foreign language by physically acting out teacher-directed commands. The TPR instruction strategy is based on asking the students to be silent, to listen carefully to commands and then to physically respond. The TPR strategy allows students to take an "active" part rather than an "observational" part in the learning process. It was the purpose of this study to examine this issue from...
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