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AuthorYearArticle or Media TitleEditorsBook/Journal TitleJournal volumePublisherURLRetrieved onQuotes Page.KeywordsNotes (please do not delete other's notes; comment instead)
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???YearOnline Forum Report: DogmeEnglish Language Teaching Journal59(4):363-365pending363-365
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Allwright, R. L.(1984)The importance of interaction in classroom language learningApplied LinguisticsOxford University Press, Vol. 5, No. 2I hope to go well beyond' get them communicating' to consider interaction in the classroom not just as an aspect of'modern' language teaching methods, but as the fundamental fact of classroom pedagogy—the fact that everything that happens in the classroom happens through a process of live person-to-person interaction.156interaction
classroom
learning
This is an example entry to show the kind of info that would be useful!
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Andrews, S.(2007)Teacher Language Awareness.Cambridge: Cambridge University Pressdogme
citation
citation
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Anon/Various(2010)Romantic Comedy with a Sinister Twist. A Marxist Critique of Dogme ELT.http://eltchat.com/2011/05/02/revisiting-dogme-–-thoughts-after-iatefl-the-dogme-symposium-eltchat-summary-27042011/16 June 2011 at 20:33hrs CETmarxism
situating
lengthy discussion about dogme, its analogous roots, situating it formally within wider edcational and political landscapes.
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Anon/Various(2006)Dogme Language Teachinghttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogme_language_teaching14 June 2011 at 08:28hrs CET
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Ashton-Warner, S.(1963/1980)The Roaring in the Chimney (extract)TeacherLondon, Viragohttp://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Sylvia.htm15 June 2011 at 11:26hrs CETthe more material there is for a child, the less pull there is on his own resources.
But teaching is so much simpler and clearer as a result. There's much more time for conversation . . . communication.
118-119
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Bertrand, J.Dogme: A teacher's view.http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/think/articles/dogme-a-teachers-view15 June 2011 at 08:18hrs CETDogme is a teaching philosophy. It goes beyond the standard pedagogical methods that we are so often used to hearing about. The thinking behind it is that students learn when they feel involved and interested in the subject.
If the material they use isn't relevant to them then the likelihood they'll retain any information is slim.
The solution within Dogme basically consists of removing all irrelevant material to enhance learning. It involves in fact removing all material.
A Dogme classroom is a textbook free zone. To a certain extent we could say that a Dogme space is a classroom free zone as we know it.
defines dogme as a "teaching philosophy" rather than a method(ology) or approach.
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Blank, D. Cassidy, K. et al(2007)Emergent Pedagogy: Learning to Enjoy the Uncontrollable
and Make it Productive. A Conversation in (and on) Process.
Journal of Educational Change2007http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/sci_edu/emergentpedagogy.html15 June 2011 at 11:35hrs CETemergence
pedagogy
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David English House(2003)An insight into Dogme: An interview with Scott ThornburyET JournalVol. 4 No 3. http://www.davidenglishhouse.com/etjjournal.htmlno longer available?
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Fogerty, D.(2011)Questions which dog mehttp://managementspique.wordpress.com/2011/04/22/questions-which-dog-me/16 June 2011 at 20:50hrs CETblog post asking for deeper critical exploration of what dogme is and wants.
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Gabrielatos, C.(2005)Corpora and Language Teaching: Just a fling or wedding bells?TESL-EJIssue 8:4http://www.tesl-ej.org/ej32/a1.html15 June 2011 at 08:33hrs CETThe considerations listed here also highlight the limitations of pedagogies that avoid the use of materials and a pre-planned focus on language, such as the ELT translation of Dogme (Thornbury, 2000). These approaches tend to favour class discussions loosely structured around topics, with the teacher and learners acting as the main, or even sole, sources of language exposure. In doing so, they offer limited exposure to language, which is usually further restricted to the teacher's language variety and preferred usage.dogme
corpus research
is CG's assertion here accurate: do dogme classrooms necessarily eschew "external" texts, or simply a certain unprincipled employment of them?
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Giddens, K.(2011)One mountain top, many paths - Dogme and DNThttp://kevingiddens.posterous.com/?tag=dogmeelt16 June 2011 at 20:14hrs CETDNT = Do-Nothing Teaching
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Gill, S.(2000)Against Dogme: a plea for moderationIATEFL Issues 154 (April/May 2000)http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/gill.htm15 June 2011 at 11:12hrs CETdogme
criticism
early critical response to idea of dogme elt
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Hamilton, R.(2004)Dogme in actionHumanizing Language TeachingIssue 6:3Canterbury, Pilgrimshttp://www.hltmag.co.uk/sept04/mart4.htm14 June 2011 at 08:40hrs CETdogme
teacher report
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Harmer, J.(2010)No Dogma for EFL – away from a pedagogy of essential barenesshttp://jeremyharmer.wordpress.com/2010/10/10/no-dogma-for-efl-away-from-a-pedagogy-of-essential-bareness/15 June 2011 at 10:56hrs CETdogme
criticism
written on 10th anniversary of Dogme ELT, Harmer tries to situate dogme as a facetiously witty but essentially non-serious idea which should not be taken too far.
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Harmer, J.(2007)The Practice of English Language Teaching (4th edition)London: Pearsonvarious references to dogme
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Harmer, J.(2004)The Practice of English Language Teaching (3rd edition)London: Pearsonvarious references to dogme
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Harrison, M.(2011)Exploding board pens and notes from an unplugged afternoonhttp://www.mikejharrison.com/2011/05/exploding-board-pens-and-notes-from-an-unplugged-afternoon/17 June 2011 at 07:54hrs CETblog entry describing a teachers' self-described "dogme lesson"
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Lyon-Jones, S.(2011)Scoop.it Dogme ELT aggregatorhttp://www.scoop.it/t/dogme-elt16. June 2011 at 20:03hrs CETsources
Aggregator
automatically updated digest of online dogme elt related stuff
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Lyon-Jones, Sue(2010)Unanswered questions continue to dogmehttp://the-pln-staff-lounge.blogspot.com/2010/10/unanswered-questions-continue-to-dogme.html15 June 2011 at 11:04hrs CETuseful for critical questions about dogme
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Masuhara, H.(2011)‘What do teachers really want from coursebooks?’in Tomlinson,B. (ed.) Materials Development in Language Teaching (2nd edn)Cambridge: Cambridge University Presscitation
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Meddings, L.(2004)Throw away your textbooksThe Guardian newspaper (UK)http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2004/mar/26/tefl.lukemeddings16 June 2011 at 20:16hrs CET
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Meddings, L. & Thornbury, S.(2009)Teaching Unplugged: Dogme in English Language TeachingPeaslake, Surrey: DELTA Publications
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Nield, D.(2005)Spirit of DOGMEGomm, H. (ed.)English Teaching ProfessionalIssue 41, November 2005http://www.scribd.com/doc/3177782/SPIRIT-OF-DOGME3 December 2013 at 2.40 EST“The pre-planned emptiness of many former lessons was gone (as was much unnecessary preparation time) and instead I was brought face to face with the wonderful unknown of the present and an acute eagerness to explore our experience and how to express it.”energyJournal of a mainstream teacher’s experiment with Dogme
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Paul (surname withheld)(2011)Suspicious of unplugged?http://paulseltjournal.blogspot.com/2011/05/suspicious-of-unplugged.html16 June 2011 at 20:56hrs CET
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Postman, N. & Weingartner, C.(1969)Teaching as a subversive activityLondon, Penguinhttp://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Subversive.htm15 June 2011 at 11:08hrs CETlist of action points for educationalists including moratorium on coursebooks.
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Renshaw, J.(2011)The road to teaching unplugged 17 June 2011 at 07:56hrs CETarchiveblog post archive from a teacher working in Australia relating to his dogme teaching
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Renshaw, J.(2010)The trouble with teaching unpluggedhttp://jasonrenshaw.typepad.com/jason_renshaws_web_log/2010/03/the-trouble-with-teaching-unplugged.html17 June 2011 at 07:41hrs CETcriticism
prerequisites
definition
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Roosken, B.(2011)IATEFL TDSIG Unplugged Conference, Barcelona report17 June 2011 at 07:49hrs CEThttp://tdsig.org/2011/05/the-unplugged-conference-a-report/conference
tdsig
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Samuda, V., & Bygate, M.(2008)Tasks in Second Language LearningBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillancitation
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Senior, R.(2006)The Experience of Language TeachingCambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Sketchley, M.(2011)Is Dogme ELT worthy for research? MA dissertation ideashttp://eltexperiences.blogspot.com/2011/05/is-dogme-elt-worthy-for-research-ma.html16 June 2011 at 20:11hrs CETresearch
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Stanley, G.(2009)Dogme/Dogme 2.0 Wikihttp://dogme2.wikispaces.com/15 June 2011 at 12:13hrs CETWiki set up to prepare for a presentation at IH Barcelona
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Templer, B.(2003)Reflective Teaching in the Low-Resource Classroom: Reinventing ourselves as Teachers through Self-ScrutinyHumanizing Language TeachingIssue 6:3Canterbury, Pilgrimshttp://www.hltmag.co.uk/sept04/mart3.htm15 June 2011 at 08:53hrs CEThumanism
dogme
http://www.hltmag.co.uk/sept04/mart3.htm#10
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Thornbury, S.(2011)Responses to Dogme (video)http://www.youtube.com/user/scottthornbury#p/a/u/0/aZx04ehtMfk23 May 2011 at 15:57 CETdogme
symposium
iatefl 2011
This is an example of how you could cite an online video
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Thornbury, S.(2010)D is for Dogme (blog entry)http://scottthornbury.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/d-is-for-dogme/16 June 2011 at 20:07hrs CETannouncing closure of dogme discussion list - decision revoked
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Thornbury, S.(2008)Language as an emergent systemIn English! British Council Portugal NewsletterSpring/Summer 2008http://www.britishcouncil.org/portugal-inenglish-200709-scott-thornbury.pdf15 June 2011 at 12:00hrs CET
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Thornbury, S.(2006)An A-Z of ELTOxford: Macmillanincludes entry on Dogme/Teaching Unplugged
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Thornbury, S.(2003c)Dogme still able to divide ELTGuardian Weekly, Thursday, April 17thhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2003/apr/17/tefl.lukemeddings?INTCMP=SRCH14 June 2011 at 08:21hrs CETSimultaneously published online with Luke Meddings
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Thornbury, S.(2002b)Training in instructional conversationIn Trappes-Lomax, H., and Ferguson, G. (Eds.) Language in Language Teacher EducationAmsterdam: John Benjamins95-106
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Thornbury, S.(2002a)Don't mention the war! Taboo topics and the alternative textbookIt’s for TeachersIssue 3. February
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Thornbury, S.(2001a)Teaching unplugged (or: That’s Dogme with an E)ITS for TeachersIssue 1. February. 10-14. (re-printed in In English, Autumn, 2002 (British Council, Portugal)http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Its%20magazine.htm24 May 2011 at 01:03 CET
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Thornbury, S.(2000)A Dogma for EFL. IATEFL Issues,153, 2. IATEFL Issues153, 2.IATEFLhttp://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Dogma%20article.htm24 May 2011 at 00:14 CETdogme
origins
The equivalent of Martin Luther's 95 (sic) theses
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Thornbury, S.(2000)Dogme: Dancing in the dark?Folio9/2, 3-5http://www.thornburyscott.com/assets/dancing%20in%20dark.pdf14 June 2011 at 08:27hrs CET
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Thornbury, S.(2000)Teaching Unplugged websitehttp://www.teaching-unplugged.com15 June 2011 at 11:38hrs CETarchived via http://www.thornburyscott.com
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Thornbury, S.(2000)McEnglish in Australiapaper given at the 13th EA Educational Conference (English in Australia, Australia in English) in Fremantle, Western Australia, October, 2000http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/McEnglish.htm15 June 2011 at 11:44hrs CETculture
pedagogy
imperialism
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Thornbury, S.(2000)Accuracy, fluency & complexityGomm, H. (ed.)English Teaching Professional16, 2000, 3-6http://www.thornburyscott.com/assets/Accuracy%20fluency.pdf15 June 2011 at 11:50hrs CET3-6
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Thornbury, S.(1999)Lesson art and designEnglish Language Teaching Journal53/1http://www.thornburyscott.com/assets/lesson%20art%20and%20design.pdf15 June 2011 at 12:03hrs CET4-11
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Thornbury, S.(1998)Grammar, power and bottled waterIATEFL Newsletter140, 1998, 19-20http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Power.htm19-20Reprinted in Arena, 19, 1998, 41-43
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Thornbury, S.(1997)Reformulation and reconstruction: tasks which promote 'noticing'English Language Teaching Journal51/4, 326-35http://www.thornburyscott.com/assets/reformulation.pdf15 June 2011 at 12:08hrs CET326-35
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Thornbury, S.(1996)Teachers research teacher talkEnglish Language Teaching Journal1996, 50/4, 279-89
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Thornbury, S. & Meddings, L.(2001d)Using the raw materialsModern English Teacher10/4. October, 40-43http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/MET1rawmaterials.htm15 June 2011 at 11:13hrs CETdogme
emergence
how to deal with emergent language
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Thornbury, S. & Meddings, L.(2001c)Coursebooks: The Roaring in the ChimneyModern English Teacher10/3. July, 11-13http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Harmer%20response.htm15 June 2011 at 11:15hrs CETsubtitled "what coursebooks are good for"
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Thornbury, S. & Meddings, L. (2003b)(2003b)What dogme feels likeHumanizing Language TeachingIssue 5:6http://www.hltmag.co.uk/nov03/sart1.htm14 June 2011 at 07:55hrs CET
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Thornbury, S. & Meddings, L.(2002)Dogme and the coursebookModern English Teacher11/1. January, 36 –40http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/MET3coursebook.htm15 June 2011 at 11:20hrs CETAKA "Using a coursebook the dogme way"
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Thornbury, S. & Meddings, L.(2001b)Dogme out in the openIATEFL Issues161, June-July, 6http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Open%20space.htm15 June 2011 at 11:18hrs CETdogme
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Thornbury, S. & Conte, N. (2003a)Teaching Unplugged: one teacher's accountEnglish Teaching Professional26, 57-59http://www.thornburyscott.com/tu/Nerina.htmAKA "Materials-free teaching"
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Thornbury, S. & Meddings, L.(2003)Dogme: a nest of NESTs? IATEFL Global Issues SIG newsletterNovember 2003http://gisig.iatefl.org/resources/newsletters/15/GISIGNewsletter15.pdf#page=1517 June 2011 at 14:31hrs CETdiscussion of the criticism that dogme is viable only for NESTS.
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Thornbury, S. and Slade, D.(2006)Teaching conversation: Approach, design, procedure. Chapter 9Conversation: From Description to PedagogyCambridge: Cambridge University Press
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Tomlinson, B (ed.)(2003)Developing Materials for Language TeachingLondon: Continuummaterialscitation
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Underhill, A.(uncertain/1980s)Teaching without a coursebook 15 June 2011 at 11:06hrs CETfeeder idea into dogme. Author no longer recals exact publication date
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Various(2011)Reservoir Dogme ELT Facebook Pagehttp://www.facebook.com/reservoirdogmeAggegator site for references to dogme
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Various(2011)Revisiting Dogme - Thoughts after IATEFL and the Dogme SymposiumTwitter #ELTchat transcripthttp://eltchat.com/2011/05/02/revisiting-dogme-–-thoughts-after-iatefl-the-dogme-symposium-eltchat-summary-27042011/16 June 2011 at 20:19hrs CETELT teachers' online communitiy using twitter for fast exchanges on CPD related issues.
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VariousDogme Discussion Listwww.groups.yahoo.com/group/dogme
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Vickers, H.(2009)Dogme 2.0: what "teaching 2.0" can learn from dogme 2.0"http://www.avatarlanguages.com/blog/dogme-elt-web20-dogme20/15 June 2011 at 12:16hrs CET
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Walsh, S.(2006)Investigating Classroom Discourse.London: Routledge.citation
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