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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpedagogyped‧a‧go‧gy /ˈpedəɡɒdʒi $ -ɡoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  formalSE the practice of teaching or the study of teachingeducation
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pedagogyShaughnessy never developed a pedagogy of her own.A pedagogy which denies this perversely creates difficulties which hamper the learner in this task.For example, a computer pedagogy aimed directly at fostering disembedded thought needs to be devised, as do appropriate evaluation procedures.It was very much the sort of developmental pedagogy that composition scholars and learning theorists prescribe for remedial students.Generally speaking, it has been assimilation rather than accommodation which has characterized interpretation in the domain of language pedagogy over recent years.The lycee was a prime example of old-fashioned fluency-last pedagogy.At least this sort of pedagogy acknowledges the gravity of the remedial task.But not all implications are valid in reference to pedagogy.