I've used some Dogme techniques before I heard of the idea, and I'm interested to see if anyone has done this in the classroom. in "Pedagogy of the oppressed'dpayzant7
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 seemsfoxdenuk
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. Dennisdnewson2001
with special reference to the teaching of English as a foreign or second language.
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