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Faisal Ibrahim Kasim Al-Shamali

Faisal Shamali

Faisal Shamali

Faisal Al-Shamali graduated with a BA in English Language and Literature, Yarmouk University, Jordan 1994 and with a MA in Linguistics, Yarmouk University, Jordan 1998. He got a CELTA certificate in 2009. He got TEYL and E-Teacher Pofessional Development Certificates in 2010. He got E-certificates in Webinars by Washington DC, American Embassy Jordan, etc. He has been teaching English Language since 1994 in Jordan,Saudi Arabia, Oman, Thailand. In 2004 and 2007, he held Mythology Festival in Jordan. He attends and presents papers at international conferences. He published papers in Universities proceedings, Websites and Omani Newspapers. Also, the papers are translated into Arabic and published in Omani Newspapers.
He is a member in TESOL. He is joining an online course on: Shaping the Way We Teaching English by University of Oregon. Now, I am joining webinar series 2 by Washington DC and webinar by American Tesol.

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Presentation Title/Description: Using Drama in ESL/EFL Classroom

I’ll define drama, where it comes from, where it can be applied, why it can be a useful resource, what are its basics, how to employ it effectively in ESL/EFL classroom through more interactive, more learner-centered activities. I’ll recommend approaches. I’ll report tips from teachers all around the world.

Dates & Times: Friday, July 29th, 2011, 10:30 (am) LA Time (UTC-7).  July 29th, 2011, 20:30 (8:30pm) Jordan Time (UTC+3). More time zones

Schedule with Webinar Room Link: Schedule (see row 17 on the timezone sheets).

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