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Delta Teach Development: Teaching Unplugged (Inglés) Tapa blanda – ene 2009

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Nix on the Kindle version 13 de noviembre de 2014
Por Janey Gaventa - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
I have to agree with Gaston Bacquet. Do not buy the Kindle version. I had the exact same experience with it freezing my Kindle and not being able to read the book all (read his review to get the complete story). Very frustrating, and a waste of money. I suspect the book itself would be an excellent resource (I've listened to several of Thornbury's talks online and have really enjoyed them...), but the Kindle version is not the way to go.
Plugged in for Teaching Unplugged 13 de marzo de 2015
Por YB - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
Teaching Unplugged for me was just an okay book. I have been in situations where the textbooks did not work and I would have liked to have known more about how to collaboratively use conversation to teach the class. Teaching unpugged, aka Dogme, will not work in some educational contexts where the shareholders want teachers to use textbooks and where teaching to the test (Korean cram schools) is the norm rather than just a periodic review.

The other criticism I have is that this book is not as original and innovative as I had hopped. In my opinion, the authors overly relyi upon the literature to bolster their arguments. To give you an example, the "hagwon, the private colleges in Korea, where children are customarily led through a succession of mechanical drills and exercises (grammar) as preparation for state examinations." This remark by the authors is shallow and misses the point: hagwons are parent-driven and not every hagwon teaches English much less in the same way. There are math, science, cooking, dance, calligraphy, Korean essay writing, grammar, test prep, college examination prep, Extensive Reading, Taekwondo, Hapkido, design, computer hagwons to name just a few. The English- teaching hagwons also have a variety of subjects and use various methodologies today ranging from translation, to grammar, Communicative Language Teaching (CLT), literature, Debate and even Task Based Teaching, etc. The authors are deficient in their understandings of the Korean educational privatae system.

In the end, Teaching Unplugged is just another How To self-help book. I was also struck by the irony that in order to read about Dogme in Teaching Unplugged that I could not buy the kindle version on-line, which was overall a lot cheaper and convenient, but had to purchase the paper version and have it delivered to me. The authors chould take the other reviewer's advice to fix the Kindle version and offer Teaching Unplugged mainly by Kindle if they truly want to walk their talk.
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Great insights! 2 de marzo de 2013
Por Felipe - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda
An excellent book that every English teacher should read and reflect about their practice. It's a must-read for those who want their class to be different and meaningful.
Do not buy the Kindle version 19 de octubre de 2014
Por Gaston Bacquet - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
This review refers to the Kindle version of the book and not to the book itself. I have tried to actually read the book a number of times on my device and there's something wrong with the formatting of the electronic version. When you tap on the screen for turning the page, nothing happens for several seconds. When the page does flip, it does so for 5 or 6 pages or it takes you right to the end of the book.
The table of contents will effectively freeze your device and you'll have to restart it. I have tried restarting the device as well as deleting the book and downloading it again, to no avail. I can't read more than 2 pages at a time without experiencing some kind of technical glitch which prevents me from reading.
I've contacted Amazon to get this fixed, but in the meantime I would encourage you to buy the printed version. The books contains invaluable data if you are into the Dogme approach to teaching, but you won't be able to read this electronic version.
Excellent! In a world full of flashy sanitized textbooks 9 de febrero de 2015
Por Tamas Souza - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
Excellent! In a world full of flashy sanitized textbooks, this books is a relief for teachers who want to take learning to a different level, no so restrained and predictable.