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M. M. BELLAL, Lecturer of English.

Bloc Pédagogique. Office # 23.

Tel #: 3117

Mail: [email protected]

 

       

 

2011-2012ACADEMIC YEAR ACTIVITIES

1st year CSC – 3rd SI & 3rd SIQ

 

Activity One:  Making a Profile.

 

Make the draw (to decide the turns)

Week October 2nd to October 06th

Deadline (Sending files via email)

·      3rd SIQ_2; 1st year CSC_2

·      3rd SI_1; 3rd SI_2 

·      3rd SI_3; 3rd SI_4 ;1st year CSC_1

·      3rd SIQ_1  

To:  [email protected]

Wednesday October 05th

Thursday October 6th

Friday October 7th

Saturday October 8th

Start CV presentation:class Performance

3rd SIQ_2; 1st year CSC_2

3rd SI_1; 3rd SI_2 

3rd SI_3; 3rd SI_4 ; 1st year CSC_1

3rd SIQ_1  

 

Sunday October 09th

Tuesday October 11th

Wednesday October 12th

Thursday October 13th

 

Nb: Please, Bring your OWN laptop for your presentation.

 

The content of your CV:

 

 

INSERT YOUR PICTURE

HERE

4.5 cm*3.5cm

Forename & Name (capital letters):

 

 

Cross out the irrelevant information

SIGroup: ___          SIQ Group: ___  CSCGroup: ___

 

Date & Place of birth: __ /__/__.   @_________________

 

A. PERSONAL DATA: PROFILE   with  True features (details)

1. Physical Characteristics 

 

Complexion:

:

 

Hair colour:

:

 

Eyes colour:

:

 

Size in centimetres:

:

 

Weight in kilogrammes

:

 

Blood group:

:

 

2. Mental characteristics : Qualities – Defects etc.

(Self-short mental description or how do people ( friends, family, relatives)see you):

1.      ____________________________

5.      ___________________________

2.      ____________________________

6.      ___________________________

3.      ____________________________

7.      ___________________________

4.      ____________________________

8.      ___________________________

B. MARITAL STATUS:Fake information only for learning Sake.

       

Cross the wrong answer: put a cross if “Yes”! (Do you know their meanings?)

Single

Married

Divorced

Separated

Widow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C. ACADEMIC PROFILE:

 

Date:  From…To…

Place

Primary studies

 

 

Middle studies

 

 

Secondary studies

 

 

University studies

 

 

               

 

D. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Where (company, town, country)?

 

 

What (job)?

 

 

How long (duration)?

 

 

 

E. OTHER INTERESTS

Hobbies

·      Books (authors, titles, abstract),

·      Music (genre, band, title, lyrics,etc.),

·      Movies (actors, title, genre, plot, effects, synopsis, etc.),

·      Sports (discipline, game, players, etc.),

·      Travels (countries, towns, sites, sights, etc.),

·      Video games (title, genre, heroes,etc.),

·      TV Serials (actors, titles, plots, settings, synopsis,etc.),

·      Pictures (photographs, etc…)

software

Name, utility, genre, description, etc…

Other

Whatever hobbies I did not mention  here

 


 

Activity Two_1:Translation & Information Retrieval

 

Deadline is Monday October31st2011 for all classes.

Questions:

  • What does translation mean?
  • What are the advantages of translation?
  • What are the drawbacksand dangers of translation?

Take examples of badly done translation & well done one & see how to achieve an understandable translation.

Discussions are to be undertaken with students (oral production) within class sessions & scored. (Assignment #2)

 

Activity Two_2:Semantic Web (web2.0, web3.0) http://infomesh.net/2001/swintro/

 

The semantic web has given birth to many new concepts.  It’s good to know about some of them. The concepts also invoke languages that semantic web uses for services.

Productions are to be sent in “Word” & “Ppt” Formats.

 

Examples from last year (2010-2011): Folksonomy (my exposé), Humanware, e-Commerce, e-Business, e-Learning, e-Government, social networking (Facebook, Twitter, Viadeo, LinkedIn, etc.).

 

ActivityThree:  Make a Presentation on a chosen topic with a chosen partner

 

Deadline is January 03rd2012.

 

1.      Students should work collaboratively (02 persons);

2.      Students should choose the topic they want to deal with;

3.      Students must send a written document under PDF or DOC formats;

4.      Students must then send their PPT presentations (one week later);

5.      A draw to make an incremental list will be set in presence of students in their own groups to decide the order in which presentations will be led.

 

Discussions are to be undertaken with students (oral production) within class sessions & scored as Assignment #3.

 

It is advised that students may think of a partner & a topic at the very beginning of the academic year (October 2011).

 

Deadline dates are not definite. They may change according to task progress.

Other Activities are to come soon.

 

ActivityFour:Design a Grammar lesson – English Conjugation

Make a Presentation as a teacher on a chosen Tense.

Activity Five:Optional (Extra) Activity

 

Make a documentary movie with an oral comment

 

 

 

 

  1.  

Theme

personal choice

  1.  

Screenplay

personal choice

  1.  

Time

10 minutes Max

  1.  

Characters (number & gender)

Personal choice

  1.  

Personnel

Max 6 persons per project, with a definite and explicit mission (movie personnel).

Editor, producer, screenplay maker, speaker, etc.

  1.  

Place

Personal choice (preference ESI) 

  1.  

Music background

personal choice but that fits the theme

 

 

More details will be given later, if necessary.

 

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