Overlooking the Mediterranean coast, amid steep winding streets, whitewashed buildings, and citadel ruins, English Language Fellow Margot Harris teaches pre-service teachers, emergency responders, and Algerian youth in the capital city of Algiers. Read more to discover how Margot has built cultural connections and learning opportunities inside and beyond the classroom.
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English Language Fellow Codie Chaudoin presented “Using the Language Experience Approach to Boost Young Learners’ English” at the fourth annual Teacher Skills Forum at the Queen Rania Teacher Academy in Jordan.
Fellow Expertly Trains Colleagues on Non-Standard Arabic (NSA) and Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) in TEFL
The English Language Fellow based in Manama, Bahrain, Saada Muntasser, recently drew upon her expertise in the Arabic language and Arab culture to offer a crucial training for English-language teachers and other Fellows.
Under the guidance of English Language Fellow Megan Selway, students in an advanced English class at the American Center Jerusalem were recently introduced to the norms of American small talk.
In a recent class at Hebron University in Hebron, Palestine, English Language Fellow Cecilia “CC” Gregg used famous quotes to perform theme analysis, and the activity really energized the class.
“Who knew that gingerbread-house building would be the perfect ‘soft skills’ activity?” English Language Fellow Jennifer Borch asked herself as she watched her Cadi Ayyad University students struggle to cement cookie pieces together with only frosting for glue.