Unplugged Public Library

If you find a reference to Dogme ELT/Teaching Unplugged – on the web, in a referred journal, in a newspaper or magazine, in a video etc. you can share this information with the world by adding an entry in the Unplugged Public Library.


Extra sections have been added on other topics such as sociolinguistics, ELT management, teacher training etc. These are personal selections from my MA studies and I am sharing them in the hope that they may be useful.

You can also use the data here for your own private or academic purposes.

For ease of use, please try to stick to the conventions established.

To contribute, access the document directly here.

Thank you for collaborating – the world will be a more unplugged place if we all contribute πŸ˜‰

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  2. Martin Sketchley

    This is incredibly invaluable for my current Dissertation on Dogme ELT. I can offer you a copy of my Bibliography once I have submitted my Dissertation so that you can add to this list if you wish.

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  4. mceupc

    Dear Anthony,

    Very interesting and enjoyable your interview at IATEFL 2011!
    I entirely agree with you when it comes to this very important point: ” What you do should be driven by a clear recognition of what your students need and what they’re interested in.” ; ” It’s about immediacy as much as economy.”

    If you allow me, I’d highlight that flexibility really is desirable at all levels. And it all requires much dedication, sensibility and hard work as well as ongoing deep reflective practice.


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