keepitrealELT

Reflections on authenticity in teaching and learning

dare to hope, hope to dare

I have noticed for a while now an increasing sense of frustration in the field of EAP as well as HE as a whole.  From chatting and working with other … Continue reading

17/05/2018 · 4 Comments

An Exploration of a Negotiated Syllabus

Reflections on another attempt at a more authentic learning experience… I used to teach an Advanced Writing module for CEFR C1 level Erasmus/Study Abroad students.  When I stepped into the … Continue reading

27/02/2015 · Leave a comment

EAP Dogme-style: A conference in Denmark just before lunch.

Following on from my last post regarding my workshops in Brno at Masaryk University, these are the questions I left you dangling on tenterhooks with… So…What did they write? Did … Continue reading

28/05/2014 · 1 Comment

EAP Dogme style @ Masaryk University: The run up

Just before Christmas I had a wonderful long weekend in Brno in the Czech Republic where I led two days of workshops, for PhD students and teachers at Masaryk Uni. … Continue reading

13/01/2014 · Leave a comment

Speaking Skills for Academic Purposes @Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Following my BALEAP workshop on Dogme and EAP back in April, I was invited to deliver 2 days of workshops (one for lecturers and one for students) at Masaryk University … Continue reading

18/11/2013 · Leave a comment

A quick re blog

Originally posted on Five against one: Teaching against the odds.:
Just wanted to give this blog a wider audience. Check out this post from Anthony Gaughn – http://teachertrainingunplugged.com/dogme-is-not-just-good-teaching/

11/10/2013 · Leave a comment

Dogme and EAP @ BALEAP: Part 1

BALEAP Nottingham April 2013, what a great conference!  I can’t believe it was 2 months ago already!  It was the first time I’d attended this dedicated EAP event and I got … Continue reading

11/06/2013 · 1 Comment