The Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research, the National Broadcasting and Television Institute (SNRT) and the British Council in Morocco signed a joint venture to broadcast a new radio show in Rabat on Monday. English language learning.
The “English Time” program is aimed at young learners and consists of 43 episodes of 15 minutes each, according to a report. This format will give children and their parents the opportunity to learn and apply the basic skills of Shakespeare’s language.
The project has been building success with teachers, learners and families since the inception of the “Obla Air” program. The project was designed by the British Council in collaboration with the Ministry and SNRT to promote distance education through television and radio during the lockout period imposed by the Govt-19 epidemic.
This signature made it possible to highlight the distance education approach adopted by the Ministry through the access of many free and digital educational resources, especially digital digital resources to all English teachers in the state. British CouncilTable for textbooks approved by the Ministry.
Among the collaborative projects, we also see the fourth edition of “Connecting Classrooms,” which helps young people acquire the knowledge and skills of the twenty-first century and develop and contribute to coexistence and global civic values. For growth and innovation economy. Nearly 800 high schools and about 1,500 teachers and school directors participated. The program has made it possible to conclude numerous international partnership agreements with organizations in the United Kingdom and other countries, and to award International School Gifts (ISA) to many Moroccan schools.
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