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"Totally Brilliant! Thank
"Okay, so I get overwhelmed with trying to be awesome at TPRS but
after reading about and watching your YouTube video on "One Word
Images", suddenly, the process seems so much more doable for me.
Watch Ben's Video on YouTube
It's harder for me to get a full story going but starting with a
word is brilliant! I can see how I can easily take a vocab word like
"una casa" and circle details and get a story and target structures
from the kids' suggestions! I think you just changed my world!
I'm actually doing a mini "Intro to TPRS" presentation tomorrow and
that's exactly the example that I want to give teachers. Rather than
overwhelming them from the start, I think an amazing take-away will
be implementing one word images!
Totally brilliant! Thank you!"
- Kristy Cross
"I Cannot Tell You How Grateful I Am
For Such A Helpful Guide!"
I got your TPRS in a Year! yesterday, and I cannot tell you how
grateful I am to you (and those who have gone before you) for your
writing such a clear and helpful guide. I have already read most of
it and have learned a lot. THANK YOU!
- Brad Riegg