Reflections on authenticity in teaching and learning
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 in Brno in the Czech Republic. One of the participants of my BALEAP workshop really enjoyed the evolutional approach of a Dogme-inspired workshop during which information and discusssions were uncovered rather than covered. There were many fruitful and thought-provoking discussions (some of which I am yet to post here) and I’m really looking forward to meeting and working with the staff and students at Masaryk University as we uncover what makes successful speakers on EMI university courses.
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