ELT Experiences

Experiences for English Language Teaching

By - Martin Sketchley

Dogme ELT Dissertation – University of Sussex

I have received many emails and correspondence requesting a copy of my dissertation.  I have made the decision to make public the full dissertation.  Nevertheless, as it is currently in the public domain, I hope that it inspires further study into ‘balance in the classroom’ and assists current understanding of Dogme ELT.  Should you have any questions regarding my research, please do not hesitate to contact me as I would be delighted to help.

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Anonymous at

Thank you for that Martin, I'll definitely study it as I've just started my Delta and some inspiration is always welcome 🙂

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Kristina at

Thank you, Martin, for sharing your experience…I got to know dogme 4 years ago during teacher training courses in London and I am thankful to Dave Ruchpaul for only then I started ‘seeing’ my students …dogme has completely changed the atmosphere of my lessons.

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