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18032

Dogmetic ESOL?

I wonder if anyone in the group has any direct experience of the Reflect ESOL approach developed by Action Aid in the UK for refugees and migrants? It seems
foxdenuk
Jan 26
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18031

Re: mistakes

Bruce, I cannot help directly, but that return adrress looks wrong. This list is a Yahoogroups list and that must appear in the address - not egroups. Dennis
Dennis Newson
Jan 24
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18029

Re: mistakes

Also, looking back at Luke and Scott's idea of Dogme, language emerge from good examples as well, not just an error correction. Obviously the focus is on the
Laura Iacsa
Jan 15
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18028

Re: mistakes

I haven't posted here since 2004. I wrote then that I wasn't sure if what I do is Dogme and I'm still not sure. I construct - or rather constructed because
glenys_hanson
Jan 15
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18027

Re: mistakes

I also would like uou to reconsider this philosophy that puts error correction at such importance.
jeffreytaos
Jan 15
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18026

Re: mistakes

Comparing good and bad grammar has a place, but I do not know what the goals of this class are. The student speaking up, reveals there is a lot of trust.
jeffreytaos
Jan 15
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18025

Re: mistakes

Hi everyone, In regarding your post, Robbin, the way I would try to do it, after the learner's comment, is to pick up both good language and the errors and I'd
lau_2000ro
Jan 15
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18024

Re: Young Learners

Hi Susan, After a long break from teaching young learners,I'm now working online teaching groups of kids in refugee camps in Gaza and Jordan. One thing that
nickbilbrough
Jan 10
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18023

Young Learners

I would love to connect with people using the dogme approach with young learners. I teach privately one on one. thank you!
susan.dunker@att.net
Jan 3
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18022

Re : RE: [dogme] Re: mistakes

Bonjour à tous (et joyeux Noël !) First, I would like to thank everyone for all the interesting messages. The place of correction in teaching seems very
Marianne Dorléac
Dec 24, 2015
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18021

Re: mistakes

Dear Robin Thank you for your extensive account. Your teaching reflections are interesting, useful and thought-provoking.​​ Michael Lewis edited a book on
Bruno Leys
Dec 24, 2015
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18020

Re: mistakes

First of all, thank you very much for so many responses about my little teaching incident-predicament, and so much goodwill. I don't know if I can respond to
Robin Duncan
Dec 23, 2015
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18019

Re: mistakes

and taking up on Dennis's post, I concur - as a teacher of learners all ages, the process seems the same. Being lazy, I count it among my blessings as I do not
Zosia Grudzinska
Dec 18, 2015
#18019
 
18018

Re: mistakes

Robin, Thanks for a very interesting posting which brings up a number of interesting points. I'd like to comment on a couple. Your exploding student, you
dnewson2001
Dec 17, 2015
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18017

Re: mistakes

The only thing that I would add to the conversation is that if the learners are able to critique what is being done then they are able to participate in a
Terry J. Benzie
Dec 14, 2015
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