Rethinking PQA – 2

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4 thoughts on “Rethinking PQA – 2”

  1. “In the very effort to make TPRS accessible to new people by describing steps and guidelines, perhaps we have alienated more people than we have helped.”
    Very powerful comment there. Yet, I think people like “methods” instead of having to think up of a CI process of their own.
    When I was in my credential program, my “master” teacher would NEVER do PQA – Not even actors. He would just do the gestures with students and lightly circle the story out loud. After that they would read the story.

  2. “In the very effort to make TPRS accessible to new people by describing steps and guidelines, perhaps we have alienated more people than we have helped.”
    Very powerful comment there. Yet, I think people like “methods” instead of having to think up of a CI process of their own.
    When I was in my credential program, my “master” teacher would NEVER do PQA – Not even actors. He would just do the gestures with students and lightly circle the story out loud. After that they would read the story.
    I like the idea of doing PQA or PSA during the story. It keeps the students engaged.

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