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  • Using Friere's Knowledge game to generate questions

    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 4 hours ago
  • 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 19 days ago
  • 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

    dnewson2001 20 days ago
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For a pedagogy of bare essentials -

with special reference to the teaching of English as a foreign or second language.

You are welcome to join the dogme ELT discussion site. We are a mix of teachers, trainers and writers working in a wide range of contexts, who are committed to a belief that language learning is both socially motivated and socially constructed, and to this end we are seeking alternatives to models of instruction that are mediated primarily through materials and whose objective is the delivery of "grammar mcnuggets". We are looking for ways of exploiting the learning opportunities offered by the raw material of the classroom, that is the language that emerges from the needs, interests, concerns and desires of the people in the room.

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