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Dogmetic ESOL?

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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
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Jan 26

mistakes

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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
Robin Duncan
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Jan 24

Young Learners

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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
pwrcolesuk
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Jan 10

I've shared a folder with you on GoogleDrive

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[image: Spreadsheet]You have a pending incoming docs shared with you via Google docs Hello, I've shared a document on-line with you using Online PDF. with the
Mark Holloway
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Oct 28, 2015

Drama and EAL

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I don't personally, but you should try the IATEFL Literature, Media and Cultural Studies SIG as they have regular updates of that kind of thing
shoebears
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Aug 9, 2015

Mexico City or Guadalajara

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Hi Rob, I'd like to meet up and chat, collaborate, etc in Mexico City. It's my hometown, so we can arrange to meet easily. Regards, Raúl Castellanos Hi Rob,
Rob
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May 13, 2015

IATEFL Manchester

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Hi everyone, it's been far too long since my last post but I've been busy experimenting with the approach to excursion-based lessons I talked about here last
richardosborne14
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Apr 10, 2015

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

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Thanks....many.... Sent from my HTC Desire™ C ... From: "manxman@... [dogme]" To: Subject: [dogme]
jeffreytaos@...
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Feb 28, 2015

Dogme in Warsaw / Poland

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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.
j_olender
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Feb 26, 2015

Online Teaching Tool - whole text deconstruction & reconstruction

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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
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Feb 23, 2015

On listening

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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
Rob
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Feb 22, 2015

EFL workshop

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Good luck. Shalom, Eric H. Roth Co- Publisher, Chimayo Press Co-author of Compelling Conversations
Rob
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Feb 15, 2015

Unplugging a PBL workshop

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It strikes me that only a passionate dogmeist would be able to cope with the shifting, unfolding scenario you are describing. Have fun, Dennis On 12 February
Rob
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Feb 12, 2015

a resource for the unplugged among us

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Some of you are bound to know it, but I’ve found Participatory Workshops: A Sourcebook of 21 Sets of Ideas & Activities, by Robert Chambers, written by a
Rob
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Feb 12, 2015

Teaching project-based learning (PBL) unplugged

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Hello Rob, Thanks for your message. These are interesting topics. As a teacher, I have always regarded protection of my students as a primary responsibility.
Rob
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Feb 11, 2015
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