What is TPR in TPR Teaching

TPR stands for Total Physical Response. It is a language teaching method developed by James Asher based on the idea that we can learn another language through actions. The theory behind TPR is that our brains can better process and remember information associated with physical movement.

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Founder of TPR Teaching

Hi! I’m Caitriona.

My mission is to help language teachers and learners just like you.

As a keen language teacher, I’ve taught in schools in Spain and the U.K. and am currently a private online tutor.

Teaching online has enabled me to work on my own schedule and meet amazing people worldwide. It has also given me more time to explore my passions and be with my family.

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