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Dealing with emerging language

One of the many bits of Dogme terminology that perplexed me in the first year of teaching was exactly this, 'dealing with emerging language'. I mean, if you consider that dealing with a problem gen...
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IASKU - Dogme vs Principled Eclecticism

IASKU - Dogme vs Principled Eclecticism | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Anthony Gaughan: Dogme vs Principled Eclecticism, Round One. We all know that teachers have many hats they'd need to wear to be able to survive this gruelling profession, but if you've been following these interviews, and more so if you've been...

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Practical Ideas for Retrospective Planning in a Reflective Journal

Dale Coulter - Language Moments

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Project Unplugged

With the ever impending arrival of the new school year drawing closer by the day I thought I would take the time to put down into words the small scale, action research project I am hoping to carry out this year....
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lathophobic aphasia:

lathophobic aphasia: | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Being dogmetic about things

 

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Back to the drawing board

Back to the drawing board | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

This is a very simple lesson outline that worked well for me.  ...

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MLearning, Mini-Whiteboards, and Emergent stuff…

MLearning, Mini-Whiteboards, and Emergent stuff… | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

As homework yesterday, my Advanced learners were told to take a photo of something that they might see between yesterday afternoon and this morning which they found interesting...

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Dogme Blog Picks: Candy'Stripe

Dogme Blog Picks: Candy'Stripe | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Dogme blogs to learn from & follow: Candy'Stripe - Candy Van Olst's blog (@dingtonia on twitter)

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Dogme Blog Picks: macappella

Dogme Blog Picks: macappella | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Unplugged and semi-unplugged, learner centred thoughts & ideas for language teachers, by Fiona Mauchline (@fionamau on twitter)

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EFL Thoughts and Reflections: Dogme criticisms

EFL Experiment 2: The ultimate Dogme criticisms and responses. Here's my list of Dogme criticisms and responses by some great Dogme teachers.

http://eflthoughtsandreflections.wordpress.com/2012/02/12/efl-experiment-2-the-ultimate-dogme-criticisms-and-responses/

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C is for Critical Pedagogy

C is for Critical Pedagogy | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Does a coursebook text about global warming, plus a few discussion questions, constitute ‘a critical approach’? Not a bit of it, Alistair Pennycook (1999: 340) would argue. ‘...

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Screencast tutorials by Russell Stannard


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4 Ways Supervisors Frustrate Their Employees—Are You Guilty?

4 Ways Supervisors Frustrate Their Employees—Are You Guilty? | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it
Most people’s frustration at work is inflicted by their supervisors. Here are four specific ways they do so. Are you guilty?

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Dogme and Me - Emi Slater

Dogme and Me - Emi Slater | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Dogme and me have been good friends for a while now, its just, like many other people, I didn’t know it. I guess I first met Dogme when I did my Celta...

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Unplugged Action Reseach Group

Unplugged Action Reseach Group | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it
I had always assumed that promotions were a good thing. You know – more money, more job freedom, more responsibility – all good stuff. And at the outset, my experiences matched my expectation...
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Dogme Is an Elitist Anti-Construct

Dogme, or as it is pronounced, has become a well-worn term in certain circles of the ELT industry. It is the practice of conducting a class through what is supposed to be free-flowing conversation without the use of books or materials....

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Unplugged Reflections

Unplugged Reflections | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

The Road to Enlightenment is Paved with Mirrors (and Journals)... The musings of a TEFL-er in an unplugged world.

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My trainees’ 10 (+1) Maxims of Teaching

I previously blogged about the importance of the foreign language lesson in the CELTA, and before that, wrote about the lessons we can learn from the bad experiences of a language learner...

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Unplugging Everywhere

Unplugging Everywhere | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

EFL Thoughts and Reflections

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An Experiment with Dogme

The state of my one-to-one teaching, and a way forward

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Dogme Blog Picks: chiasuanchong

Dogme Blog Picks: chiasuanchong | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Dogme blogs to learn from & follow: Chia Suan Chong (@chiasuan on twitter). Check out Chia's recent Teach-Off posts.

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Dogme Blog Picks: languagemoments

Dogme Blog Picks: languagemoments | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Reflections on language and teaching, by Dale Coulter (@dalecoulter on twitter)

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A Call to Arms for ELT.

A Call to Arms for ELT. | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it

Demand More, Be More!  How much do you challenge your students? Do you get...


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Pura Vida Dogme

Pura Vida Dogme | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it
Dogme Action Research in Costa Rica...
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5 Common Sense Twitter Tips for School Leaders & Educators

5 Common Sense Twitter Tips for School Leaders & Educators | Teacher Training & Development | Scoop.it
School leaders who continue to ignore or dismiss this powerful microblogging tool, are literally missing out on an excellent opportunity to join in the collective wisdom of thousands of educators who are already connected.

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