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Algeria

2010
Judicial Ethics and Conduct: A Proposed Teacher’s Manual for Algerian Magistrates
Organization: American Bar Association (ABA)
Project: Legal and Judicial Development in Algeria

This teacher's manual gives an overview on ethics and general suggestions for trainers, such as making a checklist for the training room, teaching and presentation tips, and interactive exercises.

2010
Judicial Ethics and Conduct: A Proposed Curriculum for Algerian Magistrates (Annotated for Instructors)
Organization: American Bar Association (ABA)
Project: Legal and Judicial Development in Algeria

The curriculum includes discussion points for eight sessions: Introduction, The Rule of Law, Regulation and Accountability of the Judiciary, The Unofficial Judge, The Judge in Official Capacity, and Conclusion. Material for prior reading also is included.

2010
The Algerian English Framework (AEF)
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Algeria Partnership Schools Program

This framework provides details on the levels of English competency in the following categories: interaction, interpretive learning, interpretive reading, productive writing, productive speaking and linguistic competency.

2010
The Inspector Competencies
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Algeria Partnership Schools Program

This resource describes competencies for inspectors, such as English language teaching knowledge and skills, reflective skills, interpersonal qualities and skills, administrative skills and more.

2010
The Teacher Competency Framework
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Algeria Partnership Schools Program

This resource lists guiding principles for teaching English in Algeria and describes teaching competencies, such as viewing English as a tool to make connections with the world and the aim of communicative competence.

2011
Day One: ELC
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used on the first day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a diagram of the Experiential Learning Cycle process. The four steps in this process include: concrete experience, observations and reflection, formation of abstract concepts and generalizations, and testing implications of concepts in new situations.

Day_one--_ELC.doc (English)

2011
Day Four: Daily Schedule
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource provides a plan for the fourth day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, including the schedule, training objectives and activities. Sample activities include: identifying teachers’ anticipated strengths and challenges in implementing the Algerian English Framework competencies, participating in a sample training workshop on adapting textbooks and evaluating learning objectives.

Day_4_Plan_0.doc (English)

2011
Day Three: Lesson Plan Part II Grammar Worksheet
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used on the third day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a worksheet that complements the sample English grammar lesson plan given to participants. Included are exercises for teaching rules related to "used to”.

2011
Day One: Needs Assessment
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used on the first day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a needs assessment survey for participants. Included are questions on their role as supervisors, their interests and goals in the workshop, qualifications and practical and educational backgrounds.

2011
Day One: Feedback
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used on the first day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a needs assessment survey for participants. Included are questions on their role as supervisors, their interests and goals in the workshop, qualifications and practical and educational backgrounds.

Feedback_Day_1.doc (English)

2011
Day Three: Daily Schedule
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This plan for the third day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course includes the schedule, training objectives and activities. The activities include: experiencing and analyzing a grammar lesson, discussing teacher competencies, challenges and guiding principles for English curriculum in Algeria, identifying key factors in planning training workshops for teachers, and analyzing textbook materials and planning improvements.

Day_3_Plan.doc (English)

2011
Best Practices for Supervisors Course Overview
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used in the Best Practices for Supervisors course, provides an overview of training questions, goals and content. Included are learning objectives for the trainees and how they might demonstrate having met the objectives. Discussion topics focus on the professional role of teacher supervisors, the Algerian Competency Based Approach and Guiding Principles, the Algerian English Framework (AEF), evaluation of textbook materials and training workshop development.

2011
Day Four: Adapting and Supplementing Textbooks to Include Language Planning
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used on the fourth day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is an article on language planning for teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) teacher or teacher supervisor. It discusses the importance of language planning and looks at ways activities can be used to adapt and supplement course books.

2011
Day Five: Algerian English Framework
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This document, used in the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a section from the Guide to the Algerian English Curriculum for Middle School 4 (MS4), a manual designed to support teachers in understanding and implementing the Algerian English Curriculum for the fourth year of middle school. The guide details the competencies for each year of English study and objectives for the final year of middle school. It also provides examples of pedagogy and assessment when using the curriculum, and contains sample themes and a sample unit.

AEF_Oct_15.doc (English)

2011
Day Four: Lesson Plan
Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: SIT Inspector Courses - Algeria

This resource, used on the fourth day of the Best Practices for Supervisors course, is a lesson plan template for teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) teacher and teacher supervisor. It includes a table for teachers to record their personal goals, the lesson's focus, objectives, procedures, rationale and interaction patterns (teacher to student, student to student), competencies to target, methods for assessment, required materials and/or resources, and post-lesson teacher reflections.

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