Recurrent Action Grammar
Recurrent Action Grammar:
Achieving ESL Acquisition in the TPR Classroom
by Elizabeth Kuizenga Romijn
What is Recurrent Action Grammar? Context and repetition! It is a method of repeating grammar lessons weekly during the semester, each time in a different context, in order to reinforce the grammar as well as the vocabulary of each new lesson.
Context: Recurrent Action Grammar uses contextual situations, often with props.
Repetition: Recurrent Action Grammar repeats the exercise of each grammar point in subsequent chapters, but each time in the context of the new vocabulary.
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