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Microteaching lesson by Abdulmanova Albina (Video)

Group: A

Trainer: Sadikov Nasim

Date: 23.04.2015

 Teacher: Abdulmanova Albina

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105 appendix for trainers in retraining institutes.


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power of wordsAfter years of experience in Jizzakh Retraining Institue I have realized that the best idea of starting the session for teachers who usually sit sleepy is showing a touching video as a warm up. Here is a nice video that I usually use.




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TATH-Logo-smallIn celebration of the role that teachers play at the heart of learning and the impact they have on students all around the world, this year we’re offering five deserving teachers a scholarship for a two week teacher training course at the NILE Institute.

Read the full competition details and download the application below to enter or nominate a fellow colleague in recognition of their achievements.

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Project Overview

The ESP Materials Design Partnership Project for 2015-2016 is a joint effort of the National Research Center for Innovations in Teaching Foreign Languages under the Uzbek State University of World Languages and the U.S. English Language Programs. The project, based in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, offers intensive training in materials design for English language learning with a focus on English for Special Purposes (ESP). All interested educators are welcome to participate.

ESP Approach

There are a number of different approaches to ESP across the field of English language teaching. For this project, the approach to ESP is as an effort to raise the English language proficiency of students to a level that will allow them to access materials and lessons that are published or delivered in English in their chosen fields of study.

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