Posts Tagged ‘Dogme’

The Next Big Thing – what is it? Is ELT becoming a fad-driven profession #ELTchat Summary 20/06/2012

Saturday, June 23, 2012 11:15 No Comments

Fads, trends and robots taking over the world!  This is a summary of the #eltchat held at 12noon BST on Wednesday 20th June, 2012.  The full title of the chat was:   ‘The Next Big Thing – what is it?  Is ELT becoming a fad-driven profession?’ I have to admit that I wasn’t particularly inspired […]

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Dogme & Formal Assessment – the Odd Couple #ELTchat Summary 09/11/2011

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 20:30 No Comments

This summary was contributed by Davied Petrie, alias @teflgeek and was first posted on his blog. It is reproduced here with his permission Thanks, David!!!    The original topic was  “Reconciling dogme and an unplugged approach with situations where formal assessment plays a key role in student motivation”, rather long for a blog post title, […]

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Revisiting Dogme – Thoughts After IATEFL & the DOGME Symposium #ELTchat Summary 27/04/2011

Monday, May 2, 2011 16:05 1 Comment

This summary was contributed by James Taylor – @theteacherjames on Twitter – and was first posted on his blog. It is rerpoduce here with his permission. Thank you James!   Unfamiliar with the terms Dogme or teaching unplugged? Try this article.     Ever since the term was first appropriated by Scott Thornbury back in […]

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ELTchat Review – Pronunciation and Dogme

Saturday, October 23, 2010 12:11 2 Comments

It was a great week for #ELTchat with an absolute flood of ideas, thought and view during both of the chat sessions.  We asked Richard, a new participant in ELTchat for his views on the pronunciation session and he obliged with some insightful comments and ideas. Vicky Loras kindly took the time to review the […]

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