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2.1. Your very first language session

 

O.K., you now have your language resource person (LRP) with you sitting at the table in your kitchen. What do you do now? Well, you could draw that floor plan of your house. But we had better reflect for a moment. As a matter of fact, you never start a language session without considerable prior reflection and planning. It should occur to you that the first thing you need to do is to put your LRP through the ropes. As I talk about your first session, in which you are putting your LRP through the ropes, I'll probably keep getting side-tracked by the ropes, if you don't mind.

Subsections
2.1.1 TPR -Total (and minimal) Physical Response
2.1.2 Back to your first language session
2.1.3 TPR with lots of junk (Object Manipulation)
2.1.4 TPR as role-play
2.1.5 Pictures - the language learner's gold mine
2.1.6 Back to your first session again
2.1.7 For those who want to start talking in the first session

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