Tuesday, February 5, 2013

The 7th Issue of the Tunisian ELT Forum Magazine is online!

Hi dear friends, colleagues and blog visitors. The 7th issue of the e-magazine took us a little more than we had expected because of a few constraints and some technical problems. But, it is finally here. All the contributors enjoyed working on bringing this issue to your attention and they wish you would enjoy it as much as they did.

"Among the topics focused in this issue, we present “Teaching mixed-ability classes” as one of the important topics that so many teachers and educationists worry about. Abdessalem BOUAFIA, ELT Inspector in the region of Gafsa, shares some of his thoughts with you through the magazine and surely, reading through his article entitled “teaching mixed-ability classes” will make an addition. Two teachers from the University of Gabes ; Abdelhamid R’HAIEM and Sihem DRISSI wrote two articles which address two issues mostly debated among teachers of English as a foreign language and educationists. Abdelhamid R’HAIEM’s article is “Teaching literature in the EFL classroom” and Sihem DRISSI’s is entitled “Citizenship Education in Tunisia”.

  Jalel GUESMI, from Ursinus College in the USA, finds it important to write about S. Krashen’s model for SLA and we find it beneficial to provide the readers of this issue with the opportunity to refresh their minds and recall a bit of theory. In this same issue, from the University of Casablanca, in Morocco, Abdelmajid BOUZAINE writes about the integration of ICT in language teaching.

Fethi BOUGUERRA’s share is an article entitled “How can teachers help students to make learning part of themselves” while Tarak BRAHMI presents 40 websites for the EFL teacher to inspire from."

Here is the link to the 7th issue of the magazine. Enjoy it! 


  1. Please try to contribute to the success of this Tunisian ambitious Magazine. You can Contact Mr Mohamed Salah Abidi and you can publish articles related to Teaching and Learning. If you are not Tunisian you are welcome!!!!! It is open for all.

  2. Congratulations for the new issue my dear colleagues! Wishing you all the best !!! Keep up the great work!!!



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