A Stranger Way to Learn English
The Power of Role Playing Games
Since the 1970s, professors of language learning have been studying the optimal way to learn a new language. Hence the theory of Comprehensible Input was born.
Put in more simple terms - no matter if it is our first language or the nth that we are learning, our brains process all the input we take in and process it to use as communication.
This led to the development of TPRS - Total Physical Response Storytelling. Through creating a story, together with students, teachers provide new language patterns that their students can quickly process.
Stranger English takes this to the next level by using one of the best group storytelling mediums - traditional Tabletop Role-Playing Games.