Maamar Dhahri, a teacher of English in Souk Jedid, sent two interesting handouts: The first one is a summary of grammar rules for 4th Year students. The second handout was prepared by Miss Salwa Mhamdi. It is a comprehensive recapitulation of the vocabulary covered in "Skills for Life". Both documents are meticulously conceived and organized into sections.
We thank our colleagues for sharing these two valuable resources.
A smiling face, an eloquent and witty sense of humour, a caring soul and a generous colleague with a pile of ELT magazines or great resources for teaching English under his arm: This is how most of the teachers of English in the area of Sidi Bouzid know Mr. Neji N'cibi. He has always been a great inspiration for all of us either as a colleague or as a "conseiller pédagogique". Mr. Neji sent these tests two months ago but we were busy preparing for the magazine. We are really sorry for the delay. Thanks again for sharing!
Test 1 First Year Secondary Education
Test 2 First Year Secondary Education
(*Click on the thumbnails above to download or see the tests in full-preview mode.)
Mr. N'cibi has recently published his new book "English Is the Key" for 9th year Basic Education.
This is a PowerPoint Presentation by our friend and colleague Noamen Amara*. In this presentation, Noamen stresses the importance of classroom management and draws our attention to some empowering and useful techniques for monitoring students' behaviour. These include seating arrangement techniques, praise and encouragement,setting time limits, role play, pair and group work, etc..
Noaman also sent an inspiring article that we will publish in the next issue of the Tunisian ELT Forum magazine.
*Noaman Amara is a Tunisian teacher working in Bahrain.
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Comments on the third issue:
Steve Peha :
"Wow, I love the way the magazine looks. It's the coolest publication I get printed in. Thanks again for letting me contribute. [..]Congratulations on another fine issue."
David Kapuler :
"...Thanks so much for including me in such a beautifully created magazine. I was blown away to see what you have done. [...]Great job!!"
"You are Great dear colleagues ! May you always be successful and enriching the scene of publication with interesting and useful articles to guide and enlighten us in the World of Teaching ! Thanks a million for all your efforts ! "