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Free TESOL Course Online - TPR Workshop

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This is a 30-hour Nuts & Bolts Course to get up to speed quickly to teach ESL online to kids. I have used this program to mentor over 520 teachers to teach online. 
This is an ESL Professional Development Course NOT a TESOL Certificate Program.

This is a foundation course. It will give you the basics needs to create a solid footing to teach ESL online to children.

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Free TESOL Course Online - TPR Workshop

  1. 1. The Online ESL Mentoring Program: The TPR Workshop The TPR Task Sheet is designed to help you to come up TPR you can use in the classroom and using rhythm or flow in your classes. Remember this is based on your teaching style. Anytime you can use TPR you should do it. Try to use TPR on every slide of a lesson if you can. Furthermore, using rhythm in your classes really helps to enhance your classes so they aren’t flat or boring. This is key to your online ESL teaching success. Also, once your students know the different TPR you use in your classes then they will automatically do things without you having to say something. This is important so it keeps the teacher talk time down a minimum. Call to Action for this workshop: 1. Make a list of different TPR you're going to use in your classes. 2. Next, write down the exact TPR and what you will use it for. For example blending words, seasons of the year, days of the week, etc. 3. Make a list of different Facial Expression you're going to use in your classes. 4. Write how you’re going to use Rhythm in your classes. 5. Post a link to your video demonstrating the TPR, Facial Expression, Rhythm and show examples of how you will use them in the comment section under this video.
  2. 2. Some ways of using TPR in your classes: 1. Phonics TPR: roll your hands, clapping or snapping your fingers. 2. To emphasize a sound or you want them to say something: Usually, this is something the student is doing wrong. Always point to your mouth. 3. Cup your ears: When you want the student to say something you should cup my ears then point to your mouth. Also, for listening. 4. Finger TPR: You should use finger TPR with days of the week, seasons and for students that are struggling with short sentences. It is a fun way to correct the students. 5. Using Rhythm: It is so important so your classes aren’t boring. Also, it creates a nice flow to your classes. 6. Draw a line, circle, and shapes. Use your hands as much as you can. 7. Facial Expressions: happy, scared, sad, etc. Use facial expression throughout your classes. Make a list of different TPR you're going to use in your classes: List the exact TPR and What you will use it for? For example blending words, seasons of the year, days of the week, etc:
  3. 3. Make a list of different Facial Expression you're going to use in your classes: Write how you’re going to use Rhythm in your classes: The TPR workshop is so important because you want to make your classes as active as you can by using TPR, facial expressions, and rhythm. Using these will help the student remember things better but also will make for a fun and engaging classroom. In each of these workshops, it is important to take action so you can teach ESL online for the long-term. Taking action now will ensure you are ready to teach ESL online from home. Happy Teaching! Teacher Daniel

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