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Bibliography Gill, S. 2000. "Against dogma: a plea for moderation". IATEFL Issues, 154. Kumaravadivelu, B. 2003.

Beyond Methods: Macrostrategies for Language Teaching. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press McCabe, D. 2005. ‘Dogme: Online Forum Report ‘. ELT Journal 59/4: 333-335 Meddings, L., Thornbury, S. 2002. "Dogme and the Coursebook". Modern English Teacher, 11/1, 36-40. Meddings, L., Thornbury, S. 2009. Teaching Unplugged: Dogme in English Language Teaching. Peaslake, UK: Delta Publishing. Thornbury, S. 2000. ’A Dogma for EFL’. IATEFL Issues, 153, 2. Thornbury, S. 2005. "Dogme: Dancing in the dark?". Folio. 9/2, 3-5.

Appendix 1 Check list for observers 1. Example of missed opportunities: b. Stage 1: b. Do I take advantage of useful new language that emerges and is relevant to my main aim? a. Stage 4: 2. Stage 3: d. Do I give enough recognition and positive reinforcement to learners? a. YES + examples b. Am I giving instructions from a central position where all learners can see and hear me? Are the instructions clear/understood? a. Stage 2: c. NO + examples 3. Examples of times I addressed “emergent” language .

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