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Re: Creativity in language learning Thanks for sharing this article - it's good to consider the wider picture and remember Dogme goes on outside the classroom walls!
Re: [younglearners] The inimical Stephen Krashen Thanks for sharing, Dennis!! Mercedes Viola Deambrosis, M.A. Directora 4D Content English Plaza Independencia 830 of 801 Montevideo - Uruguay Tel: (598) 2900
The inimical Stephen Krashen Here is a recent talk by the inimical Stephen Krashen. I'll declare a private prejudice: I am charmed and totally convinced by his arguments and what he has to
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Creativity in language learning This Guardian article is about Dogme in that, from my perspective, Dogme should encourage play and creativity while avoiding conformity.
Re: unplug your TV Hi Natasha, Dennis, Luke and Scott, Thank you very much for your very kind - and very useful - advice and well-wishing. I've made a little list of things to
Re: unplug your TV Hi Robin, Being followed by a camera crew sounds like fun and a great way to get publicity. In my experience, it really helps to make a few McSoundbites
Re: unplug your TV Robin, Just in time to wish you - no, old superstition - to say: "Break a leg." (Superstitious British actors at least believe it is bad luck to wish someone
Re: unplug your TV Hi Robin I'm more used to summarising it in a teacher training context, where I find 'lessons based on the lives and language of the learners' is a helpful
Re: unplug your TV Hi Robin, ‘Selling’ dogme via the media – no, this is a first, as far as I know. I think the tack you plan to take, i.e. foregrounding the learning
Re: Publishing opportunity Such profuse punctuation deserves a reply, Scott: I've had enough of academia for one lifetime, and the feeling is probably mutual. :-) R. ... Such profuse
Re: Briotish Council streamed seminar: Voices & Images from the Firs Dear Dennis - Thank you for sharing your experiences and reactions. Having just recently listened to a three-hour lecture on the origins and first few weeks of
unplug your TV Hi everybody, I'm afraid I'm a newbie here and have only had a short look around, although I have of course read Teaching Unplugged, and scores of posts on
Re: Fwd: Publishing opportunity Yes, Rob ... why don’t you do it!!?? S. From: rob Sent: Monday, December 9, 2013 9:36 PM To: dogme Subject: [dogme] Fwd: Publishing opportunity An
Fwd: Publishing opportunity An opportunity to reflect on teaching unplugged? Rob Sent from my iPhone. Please excuse any typos.
A film about Noam Chomsky You might not be a fan of his work in linguistics, but this film could still be interesting as a journey into the mind of Chomsky and a reminder of how
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Re: Dennis: Scott Thornbury this afternoon on: "What is wrong with D I wasn't able to watch this live but the recording is now available online http://livestre.am/4Htlm along with many others from the IH 60th Anniversary
Re: Dennis: Scott Thornbury this afternoon on: "What is wrong with D I was present at the IH "What is wrong with dogme" but will have to catch fossilization as a recording. Am fighting a deadline for EVO 2014. Am running one and
Re: Dennis: Scott Thornbury this afternoon on: "What is wrong with D Scott's a man on the move, for he is also scheduled - as Mercedes has informed us - to talk about his journey into de-fossilization at 1500 GMT:
Dennis: Scott Thornbury this afternoon on: "What is wrong with Dogme Vance Stevens just wrote to me: [Vance] ... I notice Scott Thornbury is down to talk at 1400 GMT on What's Wrong with Dogme?
IATEFL webinar with Scott Thornbury Apologies for cross-posting IATEFL is delivering a free online Webinar with Scott Thornbury this Saturday, November 30 at 12:00 Argentina time. You can read
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? @Dennis *I enjoyed reading that* Very kind of you to say so! *One girl fell for a very personable Geordie and, having a good ear, picked up his accident
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? Hi mmhhhh... Once I asked a linguistics professor what the difference between a dialect and a language is. He said, "If you've got an army, your dialect is a
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? I enjoyed reading that, Nicholas. I used to suggest to my German university students that the best way to improve their English would be to fall in love with
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? *What is learning? How do people learn? How, specifically do people learn foreign languages? This question expects one to come up with a range of ways - not
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? Nicholas, I'd just add to the interesting points you made, including matters for us all to think through - What is learning? How do people learn? How,
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? As someone who tends to be cautious and plodding, I would want to satisfactorily answer the questions *Should we … ? *before asking *Can we … ?* There is
Re: Can we unplug mainstream education? Rob, A very interesting article and I find myself in sympathy with the tenor of the position taken - with one provisio - parents and their children, teachers
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Can we unplug mainstream education? “It requires a different mindset,” he says. “Teaching is as much an internal journey, with the relationship between humans in a class as essential as
Is Dogme possible in mainstream education? “It requires a different mindset,” he says. “Teaching is as much an internal journey, with the relationship between humans in a class as essential as
Re: Briotish Council streamed seminar: Voices & Images from the Firs Fair enough comment, Gavin. How could I mind an honest answer? Greetings, Dennis -- * *Dennis Newson* Formerly : University of Osnabrueck, GERMANY Committee
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