Classroom Interaction

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  1. Dear Mohammed
    I have been looking at your excellent reading material and would be interested in using some of them to prepare our Italian students for the preparation of English exams here at the University of Parma in Italy.
    The students would access the material on an online learning platform which is passport protected.
    Would you grant us permission to upload your readings onto our platform?
    Thank you so much for your kind attention
    Irene Frederick (


    Hi Irene,

    You are welcome to use the content of MY ENGLISH PAGES Website as long as it is not for commercial purposes.

  3. Mohamed Boubakeur Limam says:

    Dear Mohammed Rhalmi
    So proud and deeply glad I am because of the suitable practical material you are supplying to us.
    English as foreign language teaching becomes a defeating challenge to most teachers and hence the constant need to a reliable approach is our ultimate seek.
    With my best regards.
    Mohamed Boubakeur Limam

  4. Ncube Courage says:

    Thank you very much Mr Rhalmi for sharing this article.

  1. July 30, 2017

    […] “The term “interaction” is made up of two morphemes, namely inter and action. It is a mutual or reciprocal action or influence. In English language teaching, interaction is used to indicate the language (or action) used to maintain conversation, teach or interact with participants involved in teaching and learning in the classroom” […]

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