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  • Dogme ELT and Teaching UnpluggedDiarmuid Fogarty

  • A Pedagogy of Bare Essentials

    A room

    A few chairs

    A teacher

    Some students

  • 1. Use only the resoUrces that are in the room.

    2. the soUrce of all listening activities shoUld be the conversations between teachers and stUdents.

    3. the teacher mUst sit when the stUdents are sat.

    4. only ask real qUestions, not display qUestions.

    5. reject all methods

    6. abandon all pre-planned grammar syllabUses.

    7. priority given to topics generated by stUdents.

    8. no levels.

    9. all testing procedUres to be negotiated with learners.

    10. teachers mUst not be boring.

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogme_language_teaching#cite_note-Thornbury2005-4

  • Conversation-driven

    teaching

    Emergent language

    Materials light

    approach

  • http://bit.ly/ELCGreatScott

    http://bit.ly/ELCdogme

    http://bit.ly/ELCurtext

    http://bit.ly/ELCtao

    http://bit.ly/ELCGreatScotthttp://bit.ly/ELCdogmehttp://bit.ly/ELCurtexthttp://bit.ly/ELCtao

  • On Grammar and grammar teaching:Sterile patterns are incapable of such liveliness and freshness, and preformations only squelch creativity and impose mediocrity.

    On teaching fashions:To create a [fixed] method is pretty much like putting a pound of water into wrapping paper... [many] futile arguments exist nowadays as to the choice of colours, textures etc of the wrapping paper.

    On teachers: A teacher, a good teacher, functions as a pointer of truth but not a giver of truth. [S/he] employs a minimum of form to lead [the] students to the formless...Above all, a teacher does not depend on a method and drill systematic routines...

    On Dogme:There is a subtle difference between 'having no form' and having 'no-form'; the first is ignorance, the second transcendence.

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