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A Hearsay History of TPRS

Blaine thought his new students were a little bizarre. They were all squirrels and refused to sit in their chairs. Blaine gave them books, but his students ate the books. He gave them worksheets, but they ate the worksheets.

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Comprehensible Input

A New Metaphor

My friend Christine, who has been studying English with me for several years now. I’ve explained to her the principles of Comprehensible Input.  Today she was explaining to me that she had trained to be an “ergothérapeute”. The word was new to me and I asked her to explain what it meant. She said an

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