Why Dogme is Good for You – Scott Thornbury

Thanks to Scott for the teaching unplugged experience. Scott mentioned Dogme is irrefutable because there are too many variables. It is an engine for the teacher development.

‘I think Dogme is better for teaching’

Aslıhan Kutoğlu says that she is unplugged, she has been using it. Nalan Güder, from Cyprus, thanks to Scott, as his session makes her think.

She agrees that we, teachers are more dependent on coursebooks, so Dogme can help us. She adds that the teachers have to encourage learner autonomy.

Gülnur Şahin for the Roving Reporter Team

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