In this issue you can read:
Testing Speaking by Adel GHABRI
Techniques to promote speaking and to enhance the oral test in the EFL classroom.
As it is Written, So it Shall be Read and Said! by Steve PEHA:Using reading to foster kids’ acquisition of the pronunciation and grammar of English.
Teaching Speaking by Farida BEN ABDALLAHFactors teachers need to take into account while teaching speaking.
Using Videos in the Classroom by Faten ROMDHANI:Videos in the EFL classroom to motivate learners and deliver high-quality lessons.
Will lLanguage Labs Promote English Learning? by Zohra AMMOURI:Thinking about the CALL labs and the ICT experience in Tunisia.
Teaching the Target Language or the Language Culture? by Fathi BOUGUERRAGetting students to know not only another language but also the target culture.
Boundaries by Abdelhamid R'HAIEM:
A post-conference report about the third conference organised by the Department of English in ISL, Gabes
David KAPULER was our guest this month and Tarak BRAHMI had an elightening and rich conversation with David.
Also in this issue:
Bringing the news into the classroom and the lighter side..
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Comments on the third issue:Steve Peha :
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