Ben Slavic shows you step by step how to implement CI practices in your classroom, right away. Educators say they saw a 75dash;80% increase in engagement, found it easy and enjoyable to immediately implement CI practices, and that the book has made teaching meaningful for them again. See the reviews section for more, or read Jenny’s experience below:”After 10 years of trying to implement CI/TPRS methods into my teaching, I changed school districts and was told that I had to use traditional methods to teach. I hated going to work the entire year. So I changed districts yet again and was told that I had the freedom to use any methods that I wanted. But I felt like I had forgotten all of my CI/TPRS training. I couldn’t afford to attend a summer conference and I desperately needed something that would help me relearn and start out strong for my new students. So when I found The BIG CI Book, I felt relief and gratitude immediately. I bought it with my own money. And when it arrived, I poured through it in two days devouring every detail. It has become my main guide book now. I’m so grateful that Ben Slavic took the time to actually write all of these tools down. I feel confident that I am a more effective teacher when using these methods. Thank you for this resource. Teaching is rewarding again.” The Big CI Book Contains:br /br /Fourteen Skills/ that form the foundation of TPRS/CI, including how to circle, the speed at which to move, how to clarify, and how to read students and know if the input is really getting in.br /br /Twenty-Seven Strategies/ to keep your channels of delivery varied and satisfy students;#39; cravings for novelty.br /br /Eight Classroom Management Tools/ for establishing the environment TPRS/CI must have in order to work–teach kids how to participate, nip resistance in the bud, and make your classroom a community where everyone truly feels safe and valued.br /br /Three Assessment Tools/ that keep kids accountable and produce fair grades with minimal time invested.br /br /Four Bailout Moves/ that you can “jump” to any time an activity goes off the rails… sometimes it even happens to the experts!br /br /Appendix of Resources/ for the TPRS/CI teacher to help explain or defend the approach to administrators/parents/colleagues, to define what “rigor” really means, and more.Note: All techniques/resources are intended for any world language teacher and are not specific to a particular language. The language used in examples varies but is most often French or Spanish. Examples provided are easily understood without fluency in French or Spanish.br /br /Copyright 2015. English. 305 pages.Book Download: PDF.Adobe Reader required to view PDF.Print Book: Spiral-bound. 8.5 x 11 inches.img alt=”” src=”//aedownload.net/teachersdiscovery/images/Author_Ben_Slavic.jpg” style=”float: left; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid; margin: 0px 6px; height: 125px; padding-right: 10px;” /About the AuthorBen Slavic/ is a nationally recognized TPRS expert. His simple message is that people learn languages with joy first and analysis second, and not the other way around.