Archive for October 2009

Wednesday 28 October 2009

Seoul

by Tom Dunican

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Wednesday 14 October 2009

Beijing

by Tom Dunican

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Wednesday 14 October 2009

Dogme and Identity

by Luke Meddings

Having concluded my comments yesterday by quoting from Chia, I am going to start today’s blog by doing the same. The quote I picked out yesterday, and which I repeat here, is this: ‘Ultimately, Dogme to me, is using all the methodologies and activities I have under my belt to deal with emergent language.’ The […]

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Monday 5 October 2009

November on the Delta Development Blog

by Tom Dunican

We are delighted to have Luke Meddings on board for November’s Delta Development Blog. Luke is the co-author of the pioneering Teaching Unplugged with Scott Thornbury and this month he will be blogging about the mixed messages of ELT. Come and join the debate!

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Monday 5 October 2009

The Beauty of Writing

by Luke Meddings

I’m doing something radical. Instead of writing this blog entry on my PC, in fact before even turning on my PC, I’ve reached for a decent pen and a piece of pristine paper – sourced, inevitably, from my printer. This is partly thanks to the inspiration of Umberto Eco, inventor of ecology and author of […]

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