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Re: [dogme] Online Teaching Tool - whole text deconstruction & recon

Thanks....many.... Sent from my HTC Desire™ C ... From: "manxman@... [dogme]" To: Subject: [dogme]
jeffreytaos@...
Feb 28
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18000

Re: Dogme in Warsaw / Poland

jacku am based in Poland, did dogme for small groups (teenage and adults) plus incorporated dogme elements in school work. will be pleased to share experience.
Zosia Grudzinska
Feb 26
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17999

Dogme in Warsaw / Poland

I'm running a small English language school providing classes incorporating Dogme approach in Warsaw (Poland). I'm looking for any teachers who are familiar
j_olender
Feb 26
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17998

Re: Online Teaching Tool - whole text deconstruction & reconstructio

HI Jeffrey Thanks for the feedback. I'm going to make some new videos soon from a much simpler starting point. Have you seen the existing ones?
manxli
Feb 23
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17997

Re: Online Teaching Tool - whole text deconstruction & reconstructio

Alan, This is still above my head, however, I would like to spend more time, with the idea. Do you have any kind of printed training manual? I would like to
Jeff Dillon YAHOO
Feb 22
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17996

Re: Online Teaching Tool - whole text deconstruction & reconstructio

Thank you for the link. I am checking on it, now. many thanks! Jeffrey
Jeff Dillon YAHOO
Feb 22
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17995

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Hi, I’m currently working part-time as a teacher in a secondary school in Spain, till June. Suddenly I’ve gone from fairly experimental groups of 6-8
e691c769e0304a818e8d6841745ed4f0
Feb 22
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Online Teaching Tool - whole text deconstruction & reconstruction

Hi This new version of my S4L online teaching tool may be of interest to those who teach in a spontaneous manner. (as I do myself!) SFG eBook and Webtext
manxli
Feb 18
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17993

Re: On listening

Rhetorical questions need no answers. But, yes, I believe so. ... Rhetorical questions need no answers. But, yes, I believe so. On Feb 16, 2015, at 1:33 AM,
Rob
Feb 16
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17992

Re: On listening

Isn't the thrust of the whole "Language as a Complex Adaptive System", Nick C. Ellis, Diane Larsen-Freeman, Scott and many others, that the gut-reaction belief
Dennis Newson
Feb 16
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On listening

In light off an off-list message and the recent thread with suggestions for listening activities, I’ve recalled a post from Scott, which I don’t have time
Rob
Feb 15
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17990

Re: EFL workshop

Good luck. Shalom, Eric H. Roth Co- Publisher, Chimayo Press Co-author of Compelling Conversations
Eric Roth
Feb 15
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17989

Re: Listening Practice

Shafa. Those are very interesting techniques - looping and varying the speed. Thanks greatly for sharing. Dennis On 15 Feb 2015 08:40, "M C Johnstone
Dennis Newson
Feb 15
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17988

Re: Listening Practice

Hello Shafa, I really like this technique. Audible's audio book player also includes speed settings and I've noticed them on several other applications. The
M C Johnstone
Feb 14
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Re: Listening Practice

Hi Natasha, A technique I've used to good effect is to use speed settings on a media player, my favourite is vlc player which you can get as a free download,
shafa1205@...
Feb 14
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