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Ministery of Education - Morocco
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I've always thought that things are impossible only until they are not!

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Why dictation?

Posted on December 8, 2009 at 10:50am 0 Comments

Dictation is one of the oldest language teaching activities. It is perhaps for this reason that it has been neglected recently by teachers, claiming that it is too teacher centered, uncommunicative, boring and old fashioned. But is dictation without any merit? Is it really old fashioned and uncommunicative?
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Tips To Improve Study Skills

Posted on September 11, 2009 at 8:36am 0 Comments

Learning strategies or study skills determine the approach for achieving the learning objectives. The strategies are usually tied to students needs and interests to enhance learning and are based on many types of learning styles. However, not all of our students develop strategies to deal with their studies spontaneausly. Sometimes teachers need to make students learn how to learn. Here are some strategies that can help your students be successful in their studies.… Continue

Teachers, Students, Parents And Homework (1)

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 5:17pm 0 Comments

We assign homework day-in-day-out. We tend to think that it is part and parcel of our job and our students’ duty. Wehomework never question or discuss homework policies and practices. However, there is clear evidence of the importance of raising our attention to an insghitful reflection on homework especially nowadays that technology has entred majestically into every home, making so many more resources available to learners outside the classroom.… Continue

teachers, students, parents and homework (2)

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 6:58am 0 Comments

Teachers, students, parents and homework 2

Introduction



Homework must be part and parcel of any learning process. The classroom is just an artificial setting and classroom tasks are only starting points. They provide guidance, assistance and purpose. However, more tasks should be dealt with in the outside world. These tasks should meet some criteria in order to be effective. These critera may be linked to the teacher and learners, to the tasks assigned, or to the parents roles.… Continue

The Grammar Translation Method

Posted on April 5, 2009 at 10:00am 0 Comments

History



The Grammar Translation Method is an old method which was originally used to teach dead languages which explains why it focuses mainly on the written form at the expense of the oral form. It was designed according to the faculty psychology approach which was very popular during the 18th and 19th century. It contended that ” mental discipline was essential for strengthening the powers of the mind”. The way to do this was through learning classical literature of the Greeks and… Continue

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At 8:38am on November 23, 2011, Christopher Gagnon said…

The 6th graders at Chichester Central School in Chichester, New Hampshire (USA), would like to invite you to participate in our blog.  We have created a blog, which we hope will allow us to explore varying diets from around the world.  Our goal is to understand what other country’s diets consist of and what they consider to be healthy.  Here in New Hampshire, we eat a lot of seafood and lobsters as we are so close to the Atlantic Ocean.  We also grow and eat fresh corn, apples, strawberries, blueberries and even pumpkins.  If you are interested, please visit our blog at cgagnon.edublogs.org and respond to the “World Diets” page.  If you respond, it would be helpful if you could include which country or area of the world you are responding from.  If you are not interested, it would be much appreciated if you could pass this along to a friend or colleague that may be. 

We here in New Hampshire look forward to your response.  Thanks

-Chris Gagnon – 6th grade teacher

 

Les élèves de 6ème à Chichester Central School de Chichester, New Hampshire (Etats-Unis), tenons à vous inviter à participer à notre blog. Nous avons créé un blog, qui nous l'espérons, nous permettra d'explorer des régimes différents de partout dans le monde. Notre objectif est de comprendre ce que les régimes de l'autre pays consistent et ce qu'ils considèrent être en bonne santé. Ici, dans le New Hampshire, nous mangeons beaucoup de fruits de mer et des homards que nous sommes si près de l'océan Atlantique. Nous cultivons aussi et mangent du maïs frais, pommes, fraises, bleuets et même des citrouilles. Si vous êtes intéressé, s'il vous plaît visitez notre blog à cgagnon.edublogs.org et répondre à la «World régimes" page. Si vous répondez, il serait utile que vous pourriez inclure quel pays ou région du monde vous répondez à partir. Si vous n'êtes pas intéressé, il serait très apprécié si vous pouviez passer ce long à un ami ou un collègue qui pourrait être.

 Nous ici, dans le New Hampshire nous réjouissons de votre réponse. Merci

 -Chris Gagnon - professeur de 6e année

At 5:37am on April 10, 2009, Dr.Tamishra Swain said…
Hi Mohammed,
would you like to share your teaching experinece through a book chapter. please visit my blog or my discussion page for futher detail.a response is solictied.
tamishra
At 8:55pm on March 23, 2009, Anne Mirtschin said…
Welcome to classroom 2.0 Take a good look around as there is a lot to be found. Make friends, join some groups and watch the discussions.
 
 
 

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