User talk:Nadia El Borai
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|Wonderful pictures of nature from japan||0||07:19, 2 March 2012|
|A Welcome from an Indian - KSR||0||02:57, 9 May 2011|
|Hello||0||18:00, 30 September 2010|
|EL4C45 WE workshop||0||14:07, 6 September 2010|
|Congratulations for UPE Award||0||23:51, 7 January 2010|
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|Hi!||1||05:36, 3 January 2010|
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|Hi from Portugal||0||07:03, 1 May 2009|
|Hi from Japan||0||17:52, 28 April 2009|
|Arabic Wikiversity||0||22:35, 28 January 2009|
|Licensing||0||18:02, 14 September 2008|
|Hello from your Neigbour||0||20:42, 19 August 2008|
|WikiEd Council Elections||0||01:59, 15 August 2008|
|Hey i am the guy from alexandria you met at BA||4||21:13, 7 August 2008|
|«Please comment»||0||00:57, 26 July 2008|
|English as a Foreign Language in Japanese Elementary Schools||2||13:38, 4 July 2008|
|Hello Nadia||0||23:51, 16 April 2008|
|Certification||1||04:33, 11 April 2008|
|Hi Nadia||0||07:22, 2 April 2008|
Myself Dr. K.S.Ramakrishnan, a participant of eL4C50 workshop. I had visited your user page and found it is one of the neatest and best so far I had visited. Congratulations for that and we would like to get a lot of ideas and inspirations from you. Keep it up. Please visit my userpage and let me know your suggestions. Warm Regards. --Dr. K S Ramakrishnan 13:57, 8 May 2011 (UTC)
Dear Nadia, Congratulations for UPE Award. Very well deserved indeed. I always open your page to see the amazing photographs you have added with nice captions. Being a Botanist I admire your plants & Nature contributions. Do keep adding. Warm wishes.--Dr. Gita Mathur 10:51, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
hi, Nadia, this is another Nadia from Russia, a member of Nellie's workshop 'Integrating Technology'. I was happy to get your message and sent you the reply. i am not sure how to correspond here properly, so i am sending several messages from different places. Hope to hear from you soon, Nadia
Thanks for passing by. You're right. AUC moved to New Cairo last Fall. I graduated in the old Tahrir Campus in 2007. I've been lucky to witness the move to the New Campus.
hi, Nadia. Thank you for writing to me and welcoming me, I am very glad you have contacted me. I am a complete newbie in online teaching / learning. I would like to know more and learn how to collaborate in ELT and EFL. Please feel free to write to me to firstname.lastname@example.org See you soon, Nadia from Russia
Hi. I am currently in the EL4C22 WE class with you. loved your page and agree with your life philosophy, specially in relation to kids and is never too late to learn, and also love ikebana and the wabi-sabi understanding of the world and self as you cleary reflect in your thoughts --teresa 18:02, 30 April 2009 (UTC)
Hi. I am currently in the EL4C22 WE class with you. I chose to write to you because I am also in Japan (Ibaraki-ken). My wife is Japanese and while we live in California we are back here for a couple of months living with her parents. At some point I will learn how to upload pictures...and I will show you our 2 kids!
Ganbatte kudasai, --Brian Evans 04:52, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
Greetings from India.
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hi ,,,, I hope you will reach home soon and safe. I have one question, you told me that there is a link in your site that deals with learning Japaneese and o really cannot find it, so can you guide me?
Just arrived back to Japan. The page I mentioned is on my ikebana teaching under virtual ikebana. If you click on that it is the site for kids Japan and there is a section on Japanese. Let me know if you can find it. If not will send the link
I am just starting this as this week I am teaching "English time" to all classes of the local elementary school
Looking forward to reading your impressions. Do you work with visual documents? If you do, how do you go about it?
The only time I used something visual was a video of a documentary on Egypt. The students were in the 3rd grade and I just showed a little they insisted they wanted to see all of it. I thought it would be too boring. I left it in the school for them to see later, their homeroom teacher was trying to skip parts but they wanted to see it all. It was over 30 minutes long but they were very quiet.
This time, last week, I tried to get some documents and use a projector with the computer but it was too complicated as I had to teach 12 different classes in 4 days. What I find good is to make them listen to different music and I bring clothes, boxes, table cloths and artifacts from different countries. They love to look, touch and wear the clothes, shawls etc.. at the end of the lesson. This way they can practice colours, names of metals etc.. It can get quite chaotic so I stopped letting touch the drum (which they broke) and the small metal cymbals, like castanets.
For adult classes, I use power point presentations, I also teach by connecting to the internet, this has to be carefully arranged because only certain classrooms had the internet connection, and I used a DVD. The DVD is so that they can get used to different English accents. I usually keep the visual presentation to about 15 minutes for a 90-minute lecture. For certain courses I would try to finish the DVD and this I kept at the end of lesson. Depending on how advanced the class was I would repeat a small segment several times. These adult classes were the ones I taught in Kyoto University and there were about 60 students per class. The elementary classes are usually more than 30 till 40 students/class. The homeroom teacher usually stays and if there are children with special needs an extra teacher accompanies them.
I hope this answers your question. Please let me know if I can be of use
I've just noticed you asked for certification too... Have you received anything yet? Do you know how it works?