Global Approach To Phrasal Verbs
Firstly, let me explain the thinking behind the Global Approach (to phrasal verbs) (GA). Over the last forty years, I have become increasingly dissatisfied with conventional lesson planning. Although it is essential to be prepared for your students, a lesson plan can become a strait jacket. However well we may know our participants, we cannot anticipate in detail what they need; nor, indeed, can they. Ideally, learning is a process of discovery and creation as opposed to input and consumption. As championed by Vicki Hollett, I prefer to put my . . .
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