http://www.tpr-world.com/japan-article.html James Asher "TPR After Forty Years"
http://www.tprstories.com/what-is-tprs.htm Ray Blaine's TPRS Storytelling site
http://www.tprstorytelling.com/story.htm Valerie Marsh's TPRS Storytelling site
Total Physical Response Storytelling : M.A. thesis by Jessica M. Werstler
The Seven Steps of TPR Storytelling
TPR Storytelling sample: Learning Spanish through Stories! Debbie
The Accelerative Integrative Method (AIM) for teaching French
LG World-wide Folktales online [you will need to install a free Flashplayer
if your browser doesn't have one. Read, listen to stories, and write
online. The site can be viewed in English, Korean, Chinese and other
- Whootie Owl's Stories to Grow By
Oxford University Press background articles on language materials
for young children
www.erapublications.com/paper_bigbooks_grammar.html Rodney Martin 2001 "Using Big Books to Focus on Grammar and Other
Specific Language Knowledge"
Charlotte Boling, 2001 Story Grammar Mapping
University of Southern Queensland, Environmental Projects for Students
'The Story Grammar Marker' (a commercial product)
'Cornerstones' - an approach to literacy through stories
Jim Wright, 2004 Advanced Story Map
Louse Phillips, 1996 Storytelling to Young Children
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/784063.stm BBC News article, 2000 "Grammar Crammer for Teachers"
- The WHY files - Science stories for children
http://www.cfchildren.org/article_bryant.shtml - Dialogic Reading - Donna Bryant, "Linking Literacy and Language
with Social-Emotional Learning" [ .. adapt this idea to TESOL
- Dialogic Reading
http://www.ala.org/ala/pla/plaissues/earlylit/researchandeval/dialogicreading.htm - Dialogic reading for two and three year olds" American Public
Drills - The
generative principle and the problem of learning transfer
"Grammaring" in the ESL Classroom," Diane Larsen-Freeman
at http://www.connectlive.com/events/heinle/registered.html - this in an online video where Diane Larsen-Freeman discusses the
problem that students often can't use what they have "learned" to make language actively.
Summaries and notes on the role of grammar in language learning
at : http://www.freefeel.org/wiki/PedagogicalGrammar-
Note : this is a Korean site. Some material is in hangeul script.
- on this site : a discussion of supra-segmental phonology, plus
some scans from W. Stannard-Allen's excellent (out of print) book,
Living English Speech.
- 'The Language Index' - a page of links to material by Christopher
Dugdale, with especially interesting material on mimicking, or shadow
- Australian government schools project and handbook on teaching
English pronunciation to L2 learners.
intonation - some examples and links
A good bibliography of printed works on intonation can be found at http://www.ucm.es/info/fing1/entonacion.html
A useful discussion of ideas about intonation and prosody can be found in the
introduction to a book called Prosody and Spoken Discourse (author
unknown) at http://www.oup.com/pdf/0195143213_01.pdf
'Intonation in the Classroom' : http://www.cels.bham.ac.uk/samplemats/scd/04sd.pdf
=> try Google using "ESL
(What is discourse analysis?)
http://www.1-language.com/eslarticles/discourseanalysis.htm Douglas Demo, 2001 "Discourse Analysis for Language Teachers"
http://www.1-language.com/eslarticles/whatis-l2-research.htm David Nunan, 1990 "What is Second Language Classroom Research?"
(gender in language)
(example of a DA course)
http://www.les.aston.ac.uk/lsu/diss/msugiura.html (contrastive analysis of English & Japanese newspaper editorials