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

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Kids’ Classroom: Colour poems

If you are a Foreign Language Teacher and you are dealing with youngsters, beginners; one of the basic step that you must pass by is teaching the names of the colours. Personally, I admire this particular topic about colours; even if it may take maximum 2 classes or 3 with the examination. Basically, teaching colours … Continue reading Kids’ Classroom: Colour poems

​Pity: Private Teacher Exploitation

​Pity: Private Teacher Exploitation In Algeria, it's my third year as a private teacher of English. Private teachers are needed everywhere, but Algeria is in a special case since the Government's Education is very low. In the most national schools, teachers don't have the required competence neither as pedagogist, English speaker, nor worker. Teachers may … Continue reading ​Pity: Private Teacher Exploitation

Finals #3: Textbook Evaluation

This week I'm facing the finals of the last year of Basic English Linguistics and Didactics studies. Two birds with one stone, I'm going to write about the exams as a resume for preparing to the modules, as a personal comment on the level and as a whole impression of the year or three years... … Continue reading Finals #3: Textbook Evaluation

Top 3 Fail FLA – Bad Teachers

Top 3 Fail Foreign Language Acquisition Bad Teachers Top 3 Fail Foreign Language Acquisition alias how to ruin a second language teaching. You know, being a teacher is not an easy job. Keeping the class out of boredom, out of chaotic chit-chat, and giving them useful knowledge at the same time is a challenging mission. … Continue reading Top 3 Fail FLA – Bad Teachers