I had a plan… It was very well-laid out, I even had language aims and skill aims too. It looked beautiful. I’m sure it would have been an absofrigginlutely fine lesson. ... | Written by dalecoulter | languagemoments
The 8th “vow of Dogme ELT chastity” proclaims: Grading of students into different levels is disallowed: students should be free to join the class that they feel most comfortable in, whether for social reasons, or for reasons of mutual intelligibility, or both...
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