I am curious as to what people think of this book, and the ideas, and logistics as to why Auer taught certain things the way he did. I received this book for Christmas, and have found it very interesting, and just was curious what others thought of it, and if you're a teacher, are there any of the principals in here that you apply to your own teaching?
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