A good bail out if a story isn’t working is a dictation (this site/resources/workshop handouts). But Read and Discuss kicks major butt for bailing out also, because you always have the translation text to return to in any event. I got an email today about it and went and found these blogs on it:
Dec. 22, ’08
July 8, ’09
July 9, ’09
Sept. 26, ’09
Sept. 27, ’09
Oct. 3, ’09
Oct. 30, ’09
Nov. 11, ’09
If staying in the moment of fear that the CI is collapsing doesn’t work, bail. We don’t have to be superstars. We don’t have to get too nervous about this new pathway to our kids. We don’t have to be perfect. We can suck. It’s the middle of winter, so what the hell, right? There is no TPRS Police Force, except in our minds. And we’re doing better than we think by our kids, as per Lynn’s awesome experience of the last month and thanks for sharing that Lynn!



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