Trumpet call please – Bryce’s new website is up! It’s been in the making for some time.
It’s an awesome site. It feels very “Brycie” in that friendly way of his, it’s got this great color green thing going on, and it is loaded with a lot of stuff that Bryce is famous for. The man is a walking encyclopedia of useable stuff in TPRS classrooms. Don’t forget that Bryce has agreed to publish on his site that stuff about the subjunctiven that we have been talking about lately. It is a lengthy text but the read is worth it for upper level teachers.
Below is the new site address. Whenever a new site is born that is dedicated to spreading the word about comprehensible input, especially a site under the hands of a true master of the method, that is a reason for celebration! Here is the link:
The Problem with CI
Jeffrey Sachs was asked what the difference between people in Norway and in the U.S. was. He responded that people in Norway are happy and
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Great site, Bryce! I will be sharing your site and resources with my Spanish-teacher colleagues.
Thanks for that, Robert. and thanks to Ben for the plug. I am hoping that the blog will be operational by Tuesday this upcoming week. I plan on putting sections of a piece I have been working on about teaching the subjunctive with stories there.