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More Live Action English INTERACTIVE
TPR on a Computer!



Ten more dynamic units like those in Live Action English INTERACTIVE, the most effective and popular low-level ESL computer program (or EFL, ELD, ELL, ELT, TESOL or ESOL). Based on the classic TPR (Total Physical Response) text Live Action English by Romijn and Seely. Practical vocabulary in context through videos in 10 lively action sequences. (click here to see them): At the Laundromat, Taking a Hike, Job Safety, Ice Cream and TV, Yard Work, Making an Omelet, Doctor’s Visit, Going Swimming, Call the Landlord and A Party! Innovative, engaging interactive TPR exercises, in which the user makes things happen and makes people do as ordered. Verb form practice in context in the basic tenses: past, present, present progressive, both futures. Dictations, help, much more. Low beginning through low intermediate. Grades 3-12, college, adult levels. All on one DVD for Windows and Macintosh.


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Dynamic! Effective! Captivating!

DVD-ROM [WINDOWS and MACINTOSH]

ISBN 978-1-603721-34-9 ---------------------- $49.00Add to cart

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