On March 9, 2000, the Dogme ELT discussion list was created. But what exactly is Dogme and how can it affect our teaching practices? In this talk, the principles of Dogme in ELT will be addressed, and the benefits of unplugged teaching will be discussed. Is Dogme just a fad, or has it already shaped the way we teach? Can Dogme and technology coexist? What are the so-called 'Dogme-moments'? In this talk, these questions will be discussed and, perhaps, a way forward will be presented to enlighten our practice in the future.
Henrick Oprea has teaching and learning as one of his passions. He's found a way to work in his field of interest through ELT, and he's been doing so for almost 15 years. He's currently the Director of Studies at Atlantic Idiomas, and his current main interests are in teacher training and development, teaching pronunciation, and learning theories. He's the current president of Braz-TESOL Brasília, and he blogs about ELT and education in general at http://hoprea.wordpress.com/.
Director of Studies at Atlantic Idiomas, Henrick's the president of Braz-TESOL Brasília. He blogs at http://hoprea.wordpress.com
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