Ministry
of
Higher Education
And
Scientific Research
E.N.S
of
Bouzareah
Welcome to:
The First International Conference on English
Language Teaching in Post-Independence Algeria
-Realities and Perspectives1963-2010
» Towards an Efficient and Sophisticated Teaching «
April 24th and 25th 2011 .
April
th
24 ,
2011
Registration.
Opening ceremony.
Coffee break
Conference
Programme
Complex Factors
and Possible Solutions
in Relation to Teaching
English in Algeria.
Mr. Abdelkader Babker
E.N.S Bouzareah
Post-Independence
EFL Education
in Algeria: A Survey
Dr. Amar Guendouzi
&
Dr. Hamid Ameziane
Tizi-Ouzou University
English
-in-EducationPlanning in Algeria
Since 1963
Ms. Rachida Labbas
Setif University
Action Research
and the Algerian Age
of Convergence:
The case of Secondary
School Teachers of Setif.
Ms. Ikhlas Guerzouli
Setif University
First Year Students'
Aptitude in English
at the University of Adrar.
Pr. Fewzi Borsali
Adrar University
The British Council
and English Teaching
in Post-Independence
Algeria.
Malika Sahel
E.N.S Bouzareah
Towards a Framework for
Teaching, Learning and
Assessing English
as a Foreign Language.
Dr. Dalila Brakni
Blida University
Towards an Efficient
Teaching Via the
Reflective Learning
Approach.
Ms. Nesrine Ghaouar
Annaba University
Reading
as a Prerequisite
to Language Learning.
Dr. Fatma Zohra
Mebtouche Nedjai
Tizi Ouzou University
Debate
Lunch
The Algerian Educational
System Between
Scylla and Charybdis.
Pr.Mohamed Miliani
Oran University
Voice in Local English:
Institutional Variety
for
the Teaching of EFL in Algeria.
Dr. Khadija Belfarhi
Annaba University
Dependence and Independence
in
Materials Design for EFL Classes.
Dr. Hacene Hamada
E.N.S Constantine
A Look at the Use of CALL
at Mentouri University
and ENS of Constantine:
Problems and Solutions.
Ms. Elizabeth Cole
USA
Learning English Through
Collaborative Projects:
A Case Study.
Mr. Abderrahmane Bassou
Tlemcen University
The Role of the Alternative
Assessment in the Promotion of
English Language Education
at the Algerian Universities.
Ms. Fouzia Rouaghe
Setif University
Teaching for Communication in
Algerian Secondary Schools:
Suilding Accuracy and Fluency Through
Motivational Communicative Activities.
Mrs. Dahbia Mezaoui
ENS Bouzareah
The L M D System,
Drawbacks and Solutions:
The Case of the Department
of English, University
of Sidi-Bel-Abbes.
Dr. Nadjouia Hallouche
Sidi-Bel-Abbes University
Coffee break
Mediating Language and Culture:
Implementing a Cross-Cultural
Approach in ELT Classrooms.
Dr. Smail Benmoussat
&
Ms. Nawal Benmostefa
Tlemcen University
Towards a Successful
Teaching of English in Algeria:
Historical Challenges
and Future Prospects.
Dr. Naouel Abdellatif Mami
Setif University
EFL Teachers’ Beliefs
and Attitudes Towards
the Implementation of
E-Learning at University.
Ms. Hana Nadjah
Annaba University
Debate
April
th
25 ,
2011
Rethinking English
Language Teaching
in Algerian Higher Education.
Pr. Faiza Bensemmane
University of Algiers 2
Bouzareah
Post-independence
Algerian Linguistic Policy.
Mr. Boumediene Berrabah
Tlemcen University
The Situation of EFL
in the Algerian Middle School Classroom
within the Educational Reform.
Ms. Lamia Benadla
Tlemcen University.
An Analysis of Teaching EFL
Writing Skill at University Level:
The Case of First-year Students
at Abou Bakr Belkaid University- Tlemcen.
Ms. Naima Bouyakoub
Tlemcen University.
Developing the EFL Teaching
Process Through Electronic
Teaching-Portfolios Techniques.
Mrs. Salima Ketfi Maouche
Bejaia University
Teaching English to
Translation Students:
A Challenging Task.
Dr. Malika Bouhadiba
Oran University
Coffee break
Teaching Phonetics
and Phonology of English:
Theoretical Knowledge
or Actual Practice.
Mr. Ramzi Nouioua
E.N.S Constantine
The LMD System in Algeria:
The Case of English.
Dr. Zoulikha Bouhadiba
Oran University
The Place of Culture
in the Algerian
Textbooks for English:
Spotlight on English Book One
and Book Two.
Dr. Sarah Merrouche
Oum el Bouaghi University
The Teaching of Language
Learning Strategies Between
Theory and Practice:
The Case of Fourth Year Middle
School Students.
Mr. Abdelaziz Benkhedoudja
E.N.S Bouzareah
ICT Integration,Its Potential
and Learners’ Perception
Within Bejaïa University.
Ms. Farida Alaouet
Bejaia University
Educating English Language
Learners for the 21st Century:
A Case of Partnership for
Development.
Ms. Ruxandra Popovici
The British Council/UK
Teaching English Vocabulary
for students of English
as a Foreign Language:
Explicit and Implicit
approaches.
Ms. Amel Benyahia
ENS. Constantine
Debate
Lunch
Light Shed On Net Chat
and EFL.
A Means to Learn or Destroy
Language in Its Verbal
and Written Forms.
Mr. Jamel Goui
Ouargla University
New Technologies
Impact on EFL Oral
Comprehension.
Ms. Naima Ladaci
El Taref University Centre
When in Rome:
Using the Internet in ELT:
A Fashion or a Real Necessity.
Ms. Fatima Zohra Medjahed
Oran University
Debate
Coffee break
Recommendations
Closing ceremony
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