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Post by Deaf on Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:50 pm

hi mates how r u ??? i hope fine...in fact am in trouble in a hard decision...

can an english graduate teach french in primary school.and if any1 has an idea abt what do they study ynawarni..

thnx in advance....

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Post by sassy86 on Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:57 pm

Hi deaf . I had to face the same difficult decision last year at this same period. Well, I could have said yes since I think I have an acceptable level in French but I thought 'no, I studied English and that's what I'm meant to teach'.
I've seen some of my classmates with very very low level in French accepting the job. What can we say about that??
But I'm not saying you can't teach French or judging those who did, it's all up to you.
Now, if you feel up to it and you think you can deliver the same message a French graduate would, don't hesitate and go for it. I'll be here to help you with whatever is within my reach.
Just don't forget ضميرك يكون مرتاح

Good luck Smile
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Post by Deaf on Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:21 pm

thnx alot Miss sassy bt in terms of level i've a not bad one bt th prob is in spoken form am little bit lost in bcoz i didin't speak it 4along time that's why am puzzled , bt i can do better with preparation nd some extra warmin' up.....bt i've no idea what would my answer b..

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Post by sassy86 on Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:57 pm

The fact that you are willing to improve and do your best is in itself a nice step. I don't think you'll have to talk a very elaborated French with the kids or speaking it all the time, but you need to prepare and practice these days.

I'll be back, I'll try to find some books of French
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Post by sassy86 on Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:07 pm



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programme de français 3ème AP 2011/2012
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Post by sassy86 on Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:10 pm

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Post by EmilySo on Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:03 pm

Hello mates, Smile
I wanna give my opinion about teaching french. Besides to what Sassy said,it is really a big challenge when you teach french instead of english that you've practiced for couples of years. It became as part of our daily life....that's the same happened to me last year. I was wondering if I could speak french as good as english or not? (just like you Deaf)
I didn't care about french lessons (grammer, vocabulaire or conjugaison...) as much as pronounciation and speaking. I was in a every night preparing the lesson, talking , talking and talking. It was strange at first because I got familiar with english, but by time every thing became easy and I could do my work in a good way.
Any way, I advise you to go ahead without hesitation.
Just revise and prepare your lessons in a simple way and you can feel better.
I wish you good luck .
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Post by Deaf on Sun Sep 02, 2012 8:25 pm

soo emily can u tell me abt ur experience how was it,nd what do they study???? am scared

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Post by EmilySo on Sun Sep 02, 2012 9:32 pm

Well Deaf,
I taught french in a middle school not in a primary one. But I think the latter is more easier. Because the program is simple as well as lessons and exercices.
About my experiance , it was amazing, full of challenges and pressures. I followed the program, lesson by lesson. In each lesson , I tried to gather a lot of information about ( in general , key words , its relation in our society if it's nessecery....) . Besides , we were doing two or three exercicses in a class, and two others as a homework.
The exercices are the key to know if the pupils are understanding or not. Because , from my own experiance, few pupils who could ask questions, sometimes no one.
As I told you before , your success or failure is only up to you.
You have to prepare the lesson well , just organize yourself.
Don't worry, you have time to know your pupils and their levels. Then, you'll find an appropriate way to convey the message to them.
Moreover , the theoretical side is completly differ from the practical one. Sometimes I prepared something but in class will be another thing. So, try to move on with the situation.
If you want any clarification, I'm here to help.
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Post by Deaf on Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:38 am

thnx emily nd sassy may ALLAH rewards u. in fact i'll need ur help especially in terms of communication nd some key words to deal with them in french.Smile seriously am nd i'll b so gratefull dear mates.

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Post by princess smile24 on Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:55 am

Hi Deaf, good luck for what you are going to do. I just want to give you one piece of information, since I had the same experience during two years, which is: TAKE RESPONSIBILITY from now that you will do your best in that job because it is your decision from the beginning and LEARN as much as you can during teaching them. It is obvious that teaching is a job that needs a lot of self efforts but in this case it will be twice in fact and as what sassy said that it is all up to you and remember that those who want to work look for means and those who don't look for excuses. GOOD LUCK. Smile
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Post by Deaf on Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:11 am

so P S u think i don't have to accept ???? mmy prob with french is jst i've long time i didn't use it bt i've a level as i used to help some pupils in understandin their courses i mean extra courses....so i think i've to take th opportunity bt if i can't i'll stop ...

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Post by princess smile24 on Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:18 am

If you can take it why not? it would be a nice experience for you and an advantage to your career.
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Post by Deaf on Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:20 am

i'll follow ur quote LOVE WHAT YOU DO TO DO WHAT YOU LOVE..

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Post by princess smile24 on Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:25 am

I will cross fingers that it works with you, lol, I'm kidding, lol! Good Luck bro.
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Post by Deaf on Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:29 am

don't b sure as am nt bro am sis Smile

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Post by EmilySo on Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:51 pm

@you're welcome Deaf,
I'm going to give you some information about communication and dealing with pupils as soon as possible.


My Greetings
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Post by sassy86 on Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:53 pm

Yeah !! I forgot that Emily took the same job last year! You see it can be very challenging as she said but a nice experience for you as well. Just follow her footsteps and you'll do great inchaAllah. Good luck Smile
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Post by EmilySo on Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:04 am

Hi Deaf,

Normally you're ready now to start teaching french adventure Smile.
Out of my experiance, I realized different things about dealing with pupils. I put some common rules that every teacher know about it. For example, every one must bring his own school supplies, no one can move from his place without asking permission, no one can get in class after you...and so on. This are few instructions you should tell them in order to let them take their first impression about you and follow your rules.
Maybe you say "it's unambiguous things, they know it without telling them". That's wrong, you have to tell them because they are going to behave according to your way of dealing with them.
Remember, every word you say, pupils pick it up.Either good or bad.
When you are explaining the lesson, and some pupils are bothering you. Avoid warning them each time, and (cutting) the lesson. because that's what they exactly want. In the contrary, be calm and use notebook to threaten them. As you know, pupils are afraid of minimizing their marks.
Furthermore, pupils like the kind of teachers who gets nervous easily, so as to waste time for nothing.
So, avoid such angry reactions which push you to say or do things inconsciously.

Well Deaf, these are some simple principles that I followed and it worked for me .
If you want more about which kind of teachers is the best and how to deal with students. we have posted such topics before.
See in "Didactics and psychopedagogy".


I hope these information could help you even if a little bit.
GOOD LUCK


Any more clarification I'm here.
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Post by Deaf on Thu Sep 06, 2012 12:33 am

am so gratefull Emily may Allah rewards u,thnx alotSmile

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Post by EmilySo on Thu Sep 06, 2012 9:57 pm

@You're welcome.
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