Poem: Evening Pictures

  I just read some of my old Hungarian poems during a boring class, then I found an interesting one that I translated to English. I changed only a little bit of style and context since it has been at-least 10 years that I wrote the original one, but I still appreciate this work as … Continue reading Poem: Evening Pictures


Gallery: My Visual-style Exam Revision

STUDY + DRAWING = FUN ​Just like we all see the world differently, we all learn differently. I learn by a some kind of childish art that helps me to carry on with the boring lectures which are meant to be revised... Collect keywords and connecr them with logical relation, then just draw and clorize them. … Continue reading Gallery: My Visual-style Exam Revision

Challenging Short Essay for Educational Psychology Exam

Today, I had two exams that dropped up my moral a little bit. In the recent days/weeks/months/years and decades, I've been disappointed of having no challenging questions and studies before me; however, today's exame were quite challenging in a good way. At first, I had Educational Psychology exam that was related to learners's variation and … Continue reading Challenging Short Essay for Educational Psychology Exam

How the year starts [ Learning / Teaching ]

Friday. Jumua Mubaraka. While this day for others means a long long sleep until the midday prayer's gathering, concerning me, I woke up early and faced the empty road toward Rouiba to teach my three little bears English. Actually, now I have two -not three, and they are kids -not bears; tho' this is how … Continue reading How the year starts [ Learning / Teaching ]

Essay: Explaining learner variation considering the age

Explaining learner variation considering the age   There is a famous rumor saying Chinese is one of the most difficult languages to learn because of its strangeness. The former statement was disproven by Noam Chomsky’s generativism that claims no language’s learnability is different from one another, being Chinese or English. However, the observable fact of … Continue reading Essay: Explaining learner variation considering the age

A presentation without presenting

Today, I had a presentation. Generally, people are afraid while it turns to do a presentation, but I am not. A presentation - for me - means new information and SHOOOOW TIME, babe! I like to do research, reading about a topic and understanding it, passing it to other people. It's a very glad job … Continue reading A presentation without presenting

Algerian Derdja: Phrasal Aggression

It's been a long time I didn't post on the Algerian Arabic Dialect so-called "Derdja". To return, I'm going to bring on an internationally and nationally well-known fact about Arab people: their Aggression alias being hot-headed. Indeed, Algerians are hot-headed; if you slightly insult them or do some bothersome gestures, they can easily shout or … Continue reading Algerian Derdja: Phrasal Aggression