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‫‪Training of Trainers‬‬

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‫ﺍﻷﺴﺘﺎﺩ ‪ :‬ﻝﻌﺠﺎﺝ ﺤﻤﻭﺩ ﻋﺯﻴﺯ‬

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Special thanks to :
1-The British Council in Algeria .
( Miss Jancis – Miss Saim ☺ )
2-The Department of Training and Inspection in Djelfa .
( Mr Guesmiya and his colleagues )
3-The one I respect a lot and who has been giving a lot to
this Wilaya .
( Miss Fatiha Zahaf – The inspectress of English - )
4-The administration of the lycee ( Biskra )
5- Mr Double D *Sebti El Mouets*
( 4 the materials , the wedding and the funny time )
- A teacher of English in Roussikada 6-The inspectors and the trainers from Skikda , Annaba ,
Souk Ahras , Tebessa , Oum El Bouaghi , Ouaragla ,
Illizi ( Mr Kofi Kodjiya ), Khanchla , Bejaya and
Batna .
7-To Mr Yadadden Noureddine

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Day I

13th February,2010

Miss Jancis : English Project Manager
Miss Saim : Collaborator .

Introduction to The Project .
House keeping
Teachers Vs Trainers
Adults Vs Children

Introduction 2 the project :
To develop a group of teachers as trainers that will help inspectors and facilitates
their tasks and to prepare them ( trainers ) 4 further tasks as training and monitoring
other teachers .
Standards of Choice :
1. TKT grade
2. Motivation , the ability to lead and direct ... .
3. British Council trainer's recommendation or Inspector's recommendation .
Housekeeping :
Course Outline .

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Course Outline
Biskra 14 – 16 February 2010

3 x 5 hour sessions plus break
Day 1
9 – 12.30

1.30 – 3.30

Day 2
9 – 12.30

1.30 – 3.30

Day 3
9 – 12.30

1.30 – 3.30

Course outline
Introduction and housekeeping
What kind of trainer do you want to
become? Teaching vs training.
Influences on trainers and their training
role.
Lunch Break
How adults learn – teachers as adult
learners, children v adults, how do we
learn?

Training techniques
FSOW
Poster Creation
Demo session with 2 trainers

Planning a session
Problem trainees
Observation and feedback

Flipchart list
Recipe ‘session stew’
Collaborative learning
Simulation
Problem solving

Lunch Break
Video of a lesson and feedback on the
lesson.
Ways of training. Feedback

GD + Brainstorming
Jigsaw reading

Video observation

Micro-training and feedback

Microteaching

Lunch Break
Either:
Practicalities of planning and delivering
training in Algeria
Different learning styles

Pyramid discussion
Mad debate
Presentations

Or:
BC resources for teachers – sample
workshop for immediate cascade

Demo session

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Main Focus
What kind of trainer ?
* Mingling Task = Walking around the room and asking different persons .
Getting 2 know you
FSOW * Find Someone Who........

Name and wilaya

1.has been to the British Council before.......
2.has done some teacher-training , eg INSETs workshops ....
3.has never conducted a training course before
4.will be conducting training workshop in the future
5.has taught both adults and young learners
6.has taught in more than 2 schools
7.wishes they'd had more warning about this course
8.has developed training materials before
9.likes the way this training room is arranged
10.does not like the way this training room is arranged
Activity type

FSOW

Interaction
Aims

Whole class mingle
a. An ice-breaker to ensure participants can get 2 know each
other.
b. 2 enable trainer to assess levels of knowledge and
experience
1.Why is mingle activity useful ?
2.What drawbacks can you predict ? Time – room
3.What solutions / alternatives could u suggest ?

Discuss

How a trainer should be ? An ideal trainer

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Positive points
1.Motivating
2. Getting to know
3. A warmer
4.An energizer
5.Exchange ideas- open minded-

6.Patient
7.Model
8.Speaks English
9.Cheerful
10.Communicative

Negative points
1.Impatient
3.No sense of humour
5.Threatning
7.Strict
Drawbacks
-noise
-physical layout
-time
-training habits
-off topic
-issues for the pupils
-use of Language

2.Detached
4.Use of L1- mother tongue6.Not active
8.Linguistic inability
Solutions
* whisper
*change the plan
* time limit
* interesting presentation
*
* restrictions : talk to those u do not
know
* set rules ( no L1 )
check understanding ( re-explain again )

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What is a typical trainer ? Page 03
Task : Brainstorm as many ideas as u can .

1. a facilitator
2. trainees centred
3. source
4. a collaborator
5. a model
6. an advisor
7. a planner
8. a guide
9. a friend
10. an adopter
11. an adapter

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Reflection
Activity type
Interaction

Creating a poster
Group work / Whole class discussion

Aims

Exchanging viewpoints
Creativity
Concretising existing knowledge

Discuss

How useful is this type of activity ?
Motivating – funny – new – creative
What are the drawbacks ?
Takes time
What solutions could u suggest ?
Use an overhead projector / a computer
How could u use this type of activity yourself as a trainer ?

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Miss Saim's lesson :

Teachers Vs Trainers
Slips of papers are given to the trainers with written words on them

English

black

small

at

on

tall

Arabic

white

In

red

yellow

thin

Spanish

fat

under

Chinese

Instructor : Look 4 your partners .

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Regrouping

at

on

black

yellow

under

in

red

white

Fat

Tall

thin

English

Arabic

small

Chinese

Spanish

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Trainer A Miss Jancis
1. gave roles
2. no eliciting
3. teacher centered
4. free grouping
5. no warmer
6. less interaction
7. report work missing
8. no real purpose
9.input
10.short time

Trainer B Miss Saim
a.
b. eliciting
c. learner centered
d. guided grouping
e. warmer
f. interactive
g. value trainees feedback
h. monitoring
i. output task
j. twice timing

Activity type
Interaction

Demonstration lesson
Teacher

Aims

2 enable ToTs to be aware that trainers interpret their roles in
different views of teaching / learning
How useful is this type of activity ?
Change routines / a model
What are the problems ?
Confusion = instruction purpose / Time consuming / critical
reaction
What solutions could you suggest ?
Would u use this type of activity yourself as a trainer ?

Discuss

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Adults VS Children

Teacher
- use adequate language
- teach about language

-

1 ms level
use simple language
use gestures
setting clear instructions
teach the language

The trainers are divided into three groups .
Each group is given a part of the text
Each group reads his part and underline the keywords.
Each member of the group is given a number
Then the ones sit together , the twos sit together and…….
The new members of the group discuss , share and exchange the information .

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A

B

C

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A

B

C

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A

B

C

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A

A

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Day 02
14th February,2010
Homework ( Page 11 ) * Day 01 reflection *
- One thing I learned --------------------------- Techniques of learning .
- One thing that surprised me -------------- Miss Saim giving a lesson .
Activity type
Interaction
Aims
Discuss

-

Jigsaw reading
Group work
Minimizing the time
Reporting
Why this type of activity useful ?
To bridge an information gap
- What drawbacks can you predict ?
Time consuming / regrouping
- What solutions / alternatives could you suggest ?

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- One question I want 2 ask --------------1.How can we convince teachers of the change ?
2.How to deal with writing in large classes ?
Extra questions :
1. How 2 mark a situation of integration ?
2. Will there be other training sessions as such ?
3. Shall we be teachers and trainers at the same time ?
4. What s the difference between evaluating an objective and evaluating a
competence ?

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How do we learn ? Page 12 stick the page .
1*Any experiences…………………………………..learning .
- Meeting with the inspectors .
- Independent schools .
- Vocational Schools .
- My learners .
- TKT workshops .
- The native speakers .
- Computer programs .
- The colleagues .
2*Any………………………………………………….your learning.
- No group work .
- Lack of speaking English among the teachers .
Professional learning is supported by :
1. Opportunities / 2. Content / 3. Environment .
Opportunities
Going to England

Content
Be realistic

Trainings

Be close to our
environment
Syllabuses

Documents

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Environment
Involve the mass media in
the operation
Use tic *internet*
Drawing posters

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Page 13
Planning and evaluating
- Have you ever felt like this ?
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees!!!!!!
- What do u need to consider when dealing with trainees who express this sort of
opinion ?
Individual differences .
- How would you respond ?
Encourage them , hide my feelings … .
Taking into account
-trainers background
-educational system
-reward

Response
-rise awareness
-focus on reasons 4 planning
-help with planning * focus on what is
necessary – freedom 2 experiment
-model
1*be an example
2*observe/ analyze what happens without
planning
-be practical
-arrange mentors – a novice teacher with an
experienced teacher
-keep plans / adapt and improve
-stress on professional duty
-share planning
-simplify

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Page 15
Planning a good a lesson ( Flip charts )
-

Well planned
Well presented
Aids
Content
The presenter
Due time
Theory and practice
Objective
Learner centered
While teaching

1- Opening :
Give the objective of the lesson .
2- Communicative :
2 deal with the area u are supposed 2 treat .
3- Workshop :
Invest what has been presented or dealt with in the communicative phase .
4- Evaluation :
Feedback .

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Pre-teaching
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Decide on the theme of the session according to your needs .
Select the participants concerned .
Inform the training department ( date – place – venue size… )
Prepare the material needed .
Plan the session + alternatives .
Allocate tasks if appropriate .

P.R
I- Reflection
- Think about the work u did .
II- Follow up
- 4 the administration ( attendance sheet +reports )
Lesson Plan : Page 15 + Filp charts
Step01 : Individual work = Note 01 idea per slip of paper ( 5mn )
Step02 : Group work = Discuss in groups ( 05 mn )
Step 03: Filp chart = Recipe 4 a good training session . ( 10 mn )

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Analysis : Page 14
1* What are your feelings ?(Personal )
- A nice painting / - Socializing / - Sharing ideas / - Matching pieces to make
supporting / - Motivating / - Interesting / - Paraphrasing / - Connectivness.
2* What have u learnt about groups and group work in training?
- Collaborative work / - Different ideas / - Sharing experience .
3* What would u like 2 follow up on and learn more about as a result of
this activity ?
- TO GET MORE INVOLVED .

Plan the session
1234-

Timing
Verity of activity
Communicative situation ( Flash cards )
a* provide techniques for encouraging students to speak .
b* relate techniques to C.B.A .
c* give models for setting up activities .
d* rise awareness of correction techniques .
e* model useful classroom techniques .

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Tasks allocated to trainers to prepare lessons on the 3rd day .
Brainstorming
1- Why do not students talk ?
Group work ( ? / read + compare )

10 mn

2- Criteria for a good speaking
Class / individual / pairs

10 mn

read + match + cut ups + mingle

3-Match activities to competencies
Group of 03 / read and match + divide the task + jigsaw answers

20 mn

4-Procedure fro fluency development
Pairs + reorder + cut ups

10 mn

5-Micro teaching
Group of 05 / lesson plan + teaching + peer feedback

45 mn

6-Error correction techniques
Group of 05 / Brainstorming

15/20 mn

Linguistic competencies : GSPV
1.Grammar
2.Spelling
3.Pronunciation
4.Vocabulary

Competencies :
1. Interaction
Infinitive .
2. Productive speaking
Sentences in the present simple .
3. Linguistic competencies
Present simple .
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DVD COMMENTS : Page 19
☺ - No trainer centered .
- Can be repeated .
- Saves time .
- Teacher reflect .
- Attractive .
- Done in training .
- People may switch off .
- Technology ( mass media ) .
- Hard to find the right videos .
- Not 100% natural .
- No opportunity 2 ask WHHHHHHHHHHHHY ?

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Aspect

Comments

Teacher s personality
personality
-creating raport
-clothes
-voice
-behaviour
-facial expressions
-relationship
Classroom management
-organising seating / groups
-light
-whiteboard
-eye contact
-teacher s voice
Planning / Flexibility
-Identifying / dealing with
possible disruption s
-timing
-shifting from a stage to
another one
Fairness
-attending to needs of all
students
-handouts
Other issues
-health and safety
-warn the stuff
Comments on the lesson as a
whole
-students

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Reflection
Compare this lesson with your own teaching
situation. What are the implications for you as a teacher /
trainer ? Discuss .

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Day 03

15th February , 2010

Pyramid Discussion

Page 26
Take into consideration :
Audience size
Irrelevant :
Last night football match / refreshment / air conditioner .
Most important :
Topic / audience age / training
From the most important to the least important :
1* Topic
3* Audience age
5* visuals

2* Style of training
4* Length of the session

NB: venue size = group size
venue location = place
accent = pronunciation

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