- Venue: International House Tripoli - Elite (see map)
- Date: Saturday, October 17th 2009
- Time: 10am - 12pm
- There will be a light buffet served following the workshop.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
- Have formal academic training or professional experience in teaching and must have a sincere interest in teaching their native language and culture to students in the U.S.
- Have an in-depth knowledge of their culture and current events in their country
- Have leadership skills and the ability to motivate students in an emphatic manner
- Have the ability to engage students informally
- Should be able to work creatively and be self-reliant, while being willing to work cooperatively as part of a team with faculty, staff and students
- Preferably have good organizational and computer skills
- Demonstrate flexibility and a willingness to learn
- Have interest in such activities as sports, music, cooking, poetry, dance, etc.
- Should be adaptable to living in rural or urban areas.
- Are in diverse locations, including small, suburban communities or rural areas which may have limited access to good public transportation
- Involve diverse duties at the host institution and many may not be limited to working exclusively in a formal classroom setting
- Frequently involve participation in extracurricular activities such as leading conversation groups, participating in community social events/lectures, working in language laboratories, etc.
- Frequently involve living in residence halls or language houses and interacting with students outside the classroom on a daily basis
- Frequently involve "animating" language clubs - making language learning interesting and personal
- Involve initiating activities for students and the university/college community using the language being taught in a friendly, outgoing and flexible manner
- Involve being a cultural ambassador
- May or may not be considered faculty positions. If they are, they carry faculty responsibilities, including the responsibility of helping students individually at all times and keeping regular office hours
- Must not carry a workload that exceeds 20 hours per week
- Must be carried out solely at the institution specified on visa documentation.
Application information available at http://libya.usembassy.gov
APPLY BY: OCTOBER 15, 2009
For more information contact the U.S. Embassy · Public Affairs Section · Tripoli, Libya
US-Exchanges-Libya@state.gov · (0) 91-375-6528
Sunday, June 21, 2009
- A workshop by Shaheena Bakhshov will focus on: Contractions, schwa, weak and strong sounds, phonemic chart, stress, rhythm, intonation, pitch.
- Daniel Johnston's workshop will focus on providing teachers with classroom ideas and activities to help Libyan students with problematic sounds such as:
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
- Why are we teachers?
- What made us choose this career among others?
- Are we satisfied with our jobs or not?
- How do teachers develop themselves?
The answers to these questions will be discussed at the next English Teachers' Forum.
Venue: Al-Alalameya Center (see map below)
Date: Saturday, 30th May 2009
Time: 10:00 a.m
For additional information:
- Mobile: 092-640-8174
- Tel: 021-477 23 66
Thursday, April 16, 2009
- Get the Perfect Start with face2face or Getting Started with face2face
- Which words don't we listen to?
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Friday, March 20, 2009
Teacher trainer, Marietta Forrest, who has a six month fellowship at Alfateh University, will present a free workshop for teachers on how to integrate communicative reading and writing activities into their lessons.
Please bring a successful reading or writing activity that you use with your students to share with the other participants.
- Date: Saturday, March 28th 2009
- Time: 10am to 12pm
- Place: American Libyan English Training Center (ALETC) – Benashur, Tripoli, Libya