English speaking countries capitals:

What are the capitals of the following countries?  English speaking countries

1- America( U.S):                                          4- Scotland:

2- England:                                                     5- Wales:

3- Australia                                                    6- North Ireland:

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Teaching Character strengths

PERMA as defined by Dr Seligman has a minor impact in our Moroccan schools. Likewise, our students lack major character strengths. In the following project , we will look at some opportunities to implement Seligman’s theory in our context.Besides, we will gauge the possibilities of teaching it here and now.

Most practitioners and teachers share a common thought: our educational system is disoriented. The experience showed that goals, the syllabus and other recurrent issues hinder the development of a fruitful learning atmosphere.However, there are enthusiastic trials to improve things. Personally, I have decided to start implementing the course strategy by using a macro-structure project : The radio.

The radio project will be a weekly program that engages fifteen students during two months. The selection is grade based. These students are suffering from lack of self control, absence of grit and low self-esteem. Accordingly, the aim is to help them gain major character strengths. The project will simulate challenging situations where students will dual practice : academic and character strengths behaviors. We want our students to see success in every failure , as Dr Duckworth hinted.

The radio consists of five sub projects: Social problems,sports,education,news and history. Every group will investigate the topic deeply and bring their own version. At the end of every week, students will be exposed to a 30 minutes advisory class and 1 hour on field practice. Bythe end of the first months students will be showing some signs of grit and self control. Ideally, by the end of the program, students will be aligned with their peers and hopefully lead their classes.

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The macro-structure project is a holistic approach that requires a collaborative team. Thus, for similar projects to be successful, we should encourage school districts ,administrators and teachers to willingly participate in the endeavors.

 

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Fruit and vegetables

watch and find out the words:

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General exam

General exam     exam-is-next-week

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Body parts

Listen and repeat .

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Holidays homework

homework A

Homework B

Homework C

N.B:  Please try to do the homework by yourself.

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Homework- Lemon Tree

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American English Program in Chichaoua

Join us now .

-registration open from 28th October to 11 Nov

We’re in ISIT next to Ibn El Arabi school, Chichaoua.

على الراغبين تعلم اللغة الانجليزية التسجيل بالمعهد قرب ثانوية ابن العربي قبل 11 نوفمبر

Friends from Brazil

Friends from Brazil

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Step up program 2012/2013

We are glad to announce the end of the first term of Step up program (1).

The program’s main objectives are:

1- Enhancing students’ linguistic skills.

2- Provide more language exposure for the weak ones.

3- Empower students ‘ creativity and social work.

We had two groups.One includes weak students  .The other one includes students who are excelling in their classes.

Here are the results of the first term :

Group A:

Full name

Class

Total mark

Sorted out by 20

1-      B.Moussaid

3/6

18.50

2-      H.Daoudi

3/6

13.00

3-      A.Mabchour

3/6

15.50

4-      I.Zindin

//

17.00

5-      M.S.Hmimid

//

19.50

6-      A.Rbib

//

12.00

7-      H.Moujahid

//

13.50

8-      A.Idou

//

16.50

9-      K.Ait Mhand

//

15.00

10-   Z.Draissi

//

19.50

11-   K.Loubi

//

11.50

12-   S.Elhabti

//

16.00


Group B:

 Full name Class Total MarkSort out by 20
1-      A.Abuzirar 3/1

14.00

2-      F.Ousaleh 3/6

19.00

3-      S. Lagrifi 3/1

17.50

4-      I.Baouham 3/1

16.50

5-      O.Essaid 3/4

19.50

6-      D.El Ayadi 3/6

13.00

7-      A.Ait Laarif 3/1

14.50

8-      N.Degdag 3/2

10.50

9-      H.Tiouti 3/2

16.50

10-   H.Errachdi 3/2

15.50

11-   F.Habib Allah ¾

04.00

12-   K.El Faydi 3/4

07.00

13-   F.Quraych ¾

13.50

14-   H.Quraych ¾

10.50

15-   I.Mamouni 3/4

10.00

16-   I.Aqllal 3/6

17.00

17-   M.Mahassen 3/6

11.00

18-   H.El Allam 3/2

12.50

19-   F.Chtaibi 3/2

12.50

20-   Z.Sehsah 3/1

18.00

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2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 6,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 10 years to get that many views.

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