Wednesday, April 27, 2011

The fifth issue of The Tunisian English Language Teaching Forum

In this issue, you can "read two articles on product and process writing: one
by an ELT Inspector Belgacem HAMDI and the other is by a Senior EFL
Teacher Hachmi HAMDI.  

Steve PEHA, president of TTMS, focuses on one
of the mechanical aspects of writing: punctuation and suggests a new
approach how to teach it.

The contribution of Noaman AMARA, a Tunisian teacher in the Gulf, is an
article on teaching grammar and vocabulary through songs and chants.

Added to all this wealth of ideas, Tarek BRAHMI’s special guest in this
issue is Larry FERLAZZO, who will necessarily make an addition to the
pedagogical valise of any reflective teacher. Tarek has, also, considered
the teaching of reading and shares ideas on the technique of “Jigsaw
reading” with the readers of this issue.

Mme. Faten ROMDHANI, EFL Teacher in the area of Nabeul and a friend of
the forum and the magazine writes an elegant article about the importance
of reading in an era when the reign is for the Internet rather than the paper

This issue can be read and downloaded here.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Volunteer translating fom English to Arabic

Teachers Without Borders is looking for English-to-Arabic translators for its Peace Education Program. Translators should be fluent in Arabic and English, and be willing to commit to 5-10 hours per week of volunteer translating work. Please send a resume or CV and cover letter to Stephanie Knox Cubbon, Peace Education Program Coordinator:


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