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samia



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PostSubject: how to train our pupils....   Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:19 pm

No one ignores the importance of the writing skill, which the pupil is supposed to be provided with throughout the four years of the Middle School period. I don't claim that no pupil can do 'miracles' after this period, but what I want to draw the attention of the 'high institution' to, is the fact that the large majority of pupils need more practice and more remedial work to cope with the syllabus or to catch up with what is supposed to be learned and thus mastered.

Yes, many teachers devise extra hours to finish the program and make the 'low-level' pupils take profit as their peers, but as no one can make this compulsory ( and it's evident!), not all pupils have the same opportunities to remedy for their areas of weaknesses.

Another more important point which is worth considering is the fact that there is no 'official way' provided to the teacher, to go through and directly to the target, which is producing a correct and meaningful 'Piece of writing' fulfilling all the required conditions.

I really think that many pupils are victims of an over ambitious syllabus, fitting the endowed pupils only! ... I'm not expecting to be suggested solutions, but I want rather to ask : Why does this problem persist? Why creating,and on purpose, these 'twisted' problems, and inviting the teachers to suggest solutions? Is there really a 'good intention' to better the Educational System?
Do we need to go forward or rather cast back?

What should be done and what is being done are two absolutely different things and 'achievement' is a teacher's task! Be more patient dear fellow.
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PostSubject: the point   Mon Jul 28, 2008 1:00 pm

I would definetly say that the problem is embeded deeply in our subconscious. We can say no to the destroyers, those who plan deliberately to produce a clone of our selves, another one who couldn't whatsoever say no. see you after 15 years, they will raise the same issue. and they ask the same questions.
Best wishes keep trying
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PostSubject: Re: how to train our pupils....   Thu Aug 21, 2008 9:17 am

what do we expect from our learners ? To use English better than English people !!( Etre plus royaliste que le roi !!) Our minister says that his children master more than five ( 5 ) languages !!!. Because they don't study in Algeria, or they are not int the Algerian schools. Our children don't master neither arabic nor french . English is far. Just have a look around us. the environment is completely empty. No books, no booklets no tv programmes, no magazines, no newspapers... nothing that can help our kids improve their Knowledge or make them in contact and use "daily" this language . It's even the case for us !!
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PostSubject: Re: how to train our pupils....   Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:26 pm

Dear Yazid,
Don't worry about what can the "others" do but what you can give to your pupils. Tell them about our forum for example (excuse me if I use "our" but I think that ghallous permits it). Be creative and dinamic! You say that there are no books, newspapers ... They exist. Be confident on your pupils. Ask them to move and bring any book, cd, newspaper ... and create your club in your school. First, make them familiar bwith that english we don't meet in class through the cds. You will be very surprised by their capacities.
Bye for now.
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