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    Dear sir,
    i would like some of you dear teachers to help me in my small project.
    according to the weak level of english in my country i've planned to establish a small club or forum to help the interested people in the english Language.so i wish you to help me in th way of dealing with that.i named the club "brainstorming",i've some plans(this is breifly how i"m going to manage the session:i'll present the subject i use then present it abou 15mnts after that giving the speakers the opportunity to give their conceptions)now i would like you to help me in the way of presenting each time my subject.what do you think of my method?
    i would like you too to give me all the suggestions that may help me in my work.
    thnak you

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokia View Post
    Dear sir,
    i would like some of you dear teachers to help me in my small project.
    according to the weak level of english in my country i've planned to establish a small club or forum to help the interested people in the english Language.so i wish you to help me in th way of dealing with that.i named the club "brainstorming",i've some plans(this is breifly how i"m going to manage the session:i'll present the subject i use then present it abou 15mnts after that giving the speakers the opportunity to give their conceptions)now i would like you to help me in the way of presenting each time my subject.what do you think of my method?
    i would like you too to give me all the suggestions that may help me in my work.
    thnak you
    Do you mean a real-life club, or an on-line club?
    A real-life club where you all get together and speak English would be a good idea. It would give you practice in a relaxed atmosphere.
    An on-line forum-type club is probably a bad idea, in my opinion.

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    dear,sir/madam
    my club is on real life not an online club

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    What is the age range for participants and what sort of subjects will you cover?

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    hello
    the participants' number is not fixed till now because it's a new club,the 1st of it's kind too,it started working since three weeks,we have 2hours a week'every thursday' thus i can't give you a fixed number it may increase or decrease,till now we recieved about20 persons from diffrent ages
    we deal with all sorts of issues ie we discuss the diffrent subjects coz our aim is to improve the spoken english language
    i've briefly explain in my previous msg how we work
    than you.

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    Why don't you try a few formats with them first to see what goes down well. Also, you can continue to vary the format so that it doesn't go stale.

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    some useful materials for IELTS exam:
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