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...
April, as T.S. Eliot almost put it, is the coolest month. This year at any rate. First Istek and Istanbul, then a workshop at the British Council in London, then Iatefl in sunny Brighton. Spring gardens, spring seas.As it draws to a close, I thought I’d reprise my contribution to the dogme symposium in Brighton...
My name’s Anthony Gaughan and I work as an English Language Teacher and Teacher-Trainer in Hamburg, Germany. I started working in ELT in 1995 and have mostly worked in the UK and Germany, with short trips to Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. I am especially interested in unplugged approaches such as DOGME ELT as well as use of technology
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