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Most of these resources on this page were developed by the Integrated English Language Program (IELP-II), managed by The Academy for Educational Development  (AED) and The America-Midast Educational and Training Services (AMIDEAST) in Egypt, (1998-2003) in collaboration with the Egyptian Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Center for Developing In-Service Training in Egypt (CDIST).

 

 

As an Educational Technology Program Specialist in this program at that time, I feel proud I contributed in a way or another to the development of these resources which were accessed and used by ESL teachers and educators worldwide.

Many hard copies of the materials and books posted here were distributed to Egyptian teachers in both the In-Service and Pre-service levels. If you are a teacher or researcher and have an interest in obtaining and using some of those professionally produced teaching materials, browse our list. All resources listed here is to be used for professional development and continuing education. The materials are the outcomes of many great efforts from IELP-II respected consultants, trainees, participants in different events and presenters in conferences and workshops.

Please feel free to browse of resources available in that list. Don't forget to visit this page later for more resources to be added to this page.

 


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*: All resources in this page are free for non-profit use. You can use them for your individual and/ or professional use only. They are not to be used for profit in any way.

**All information found in theses presentations reflect each author’s own views and is his/her personal responsibility. Authors are responsible for their own sources which they acknowledged to the best of their knowledge. Some of the ideas and techniques presented were the outcome and product of courses and workshops they attended. Neither IELP II nor this website are thus not responsible for the resources cited left out in these materials. However, information presented here is for the general benefit of EFL professionals and not for commercial purposes.


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