ACADEMIC STUDIES THAT SUPPORT TEACHING WITH COMPREHENSIBLE INPUT

Darcy Pippins & Stephen Krashen: How Well Do TPRS Students Do On The AP Darcy Pippins

Karen Lichtman, PhDhttp://forlangs.niu.edu/~klichtman/tprs.html

Dynamic Language Learning: Over 80 academic studies compiled by Dynamic Language Learning: https://en.dynamiclanguagelearning.com/tprs-research

Stephen Krashen: The champion explainer, researcher and defender of CI; Intellectual & comprehensible research: http://sdkrashen.com/

Barb Watson: A Comparison of TPRS and Traditional Foreign Language Instruction: Barb Watson

 

 

The links below are blogs and websites I recommend as additional resources for teaching with Comprehensible Input. Please note that they open up in a new window.

Storylabs is an innovative way for students to read and engage online:  https://www.storylabs.online/

JJ Epperson has got it all: organized, up-to-date, solidly based in SLA theory and CI practice. Find her website: here  (https://senorajotajota.blogspot.com/).

Lauren Tauchman is a enthusiastic middle school teacher with balanced ideas on teaching and motivating students with CI: https://tprswithprofetauchman.wordpress.com

Martina Bex from New York is as mesmerizing as she is competent and charming. Read her insightful blog, The Comprehensible Classroom, here: http://martinabex.com/

Bryan Kandel has a growing bank of useful and fun TPRS stories and a regular blog: http://bryankandeltprs.com/

Laurie Clarq California expert on TPRS with the consistent, loving touch we all need to keep working on: http://blog.heartsforteaching.com/

Michele Whaley Gentle, yet cutting-edge insight by an award-winning Russian teacher in Alaska:  http://mjtprs.wordpress.com/

Kristi Placido Delightful presenter from Michigan; engaging novels, workshops and blog: http://kplacido.com/

Devon Gunning offers frequent ideas for teaching Spanish and French:  https://lalibrelanguagelearning.com/