Top 13 Posts: The Best Strategies for Comprehensible Input
If one of your goals this year is to provide more comprehensible input to your students, but you don’t know how to go about it or you need more ideas, these posts are for you; they will give you tons of strategies and also some tutorials, written and video, to guide you.
Whenever my students aren’t producing, I know I haven’t given them enough input. If we want our students to communicate in the target language, we must first inundate them with spoken and written language in the form of meaningful messages, not just drills.
It’s also essential to keep things interesting by using many different strategies; bored students will not become proficient. To that end, I have compiled the top 13 posts on the subject, mine and two other CI gurus. I have listed them below:
How to Teach Such That They Understand by The Comprehensible Classroom
Comprehensible Input 101: A Beginners’ Guide by Spanish Mama
(OK, I lied. There are really 14 posts. )
Make a goal to use at least two new strategies in the next few weeks. It’s fun to teach using comprehensible input!
I hope these posts are helpful to you. If you have any strategies or ideas for comprehensible input not mentioned in these articles, I’d love to hear them! Happy teaching!
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