Primary English Fair Uzbekistan

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Primary English Fair Uzbekistan
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Community Name: Tashkent, Sirdaryo, Samarkand, Jizzakh
Region: Tashkent, Sirdaryo, Jizzakh, Samarkand
Country: Uzbekistan
Volunteer(s) Name: A. Tuffli
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Montana
Affiliate organization: Uzbekistan Teachers Association (UzTEA)
Funds community contributed: $176
Percentage community contributed: 42%
PPCP #: 316-028
Year of project approval: 2003
Project located: yes
Projects started in Uzbekistan 2003 (3).
Audio-Visual and Duplicating Resources for Bobur School, Jizzak English Summer Camp, Primary English Fair Uzbekistan
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Other Projects in Uzbekistan (12).
Asmadel Women and Youth Social and Legal Support Center, Audio-Visual and Duplicating Resources for Bobur School, Bukhara English Youth Center (BEYC), Bukhara Future Leaders of Our World Camp, Bukhoro Sexual and Reproduction Health Training, Feghana Nurses Technical and Non-Formal Education Trainings, Fergana Printing of HIV/AIDS Brochures, Jizzak English Summer Camp, Kavola Clinic Remodeling Project, Navoi Region Camp Future Leaders of Our World (FLOW), Primary English Fair Uzbekistan
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Info about the Primary English Fair Uzbekistan

The proposed Primary English Fair will take place from March 23-29, 2004, in Tashkent City, Sirdaryo, Jizzakh and Samarkand regions. One day will be spent in each city. At each fair, Uzbek primary English teachers can receive materials and ideas that will help them in their classrooms. Both Peace Corps Volunteers and host country national teachers will set up booths that will distribute teaching tools to primary teachers. Teachers can visit the booths for four hours. Booth subjects will be classroom management, art, songs, puppets, visual arts, health, grammar and phonics. A local organization for Uzbek teachers, Uzbekistan Teachers Association (UzTEA) will also be present to share information about their organization. There will be a registration table where teachers will receive a folder with information on the booths, as well as an evaluation sheet. Upon turning in their evaluation, teachers will be able to enter a raffle drawing that will provide the winner with an Oxford English Picture Dictionary. Partnership funds are needed to pay for refreshments, supplies and transportation for host country national advisers and English fair participants. Host country nationals and local institutions have provided in-kind contributions totaling 42 percent of the total budget.

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