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Annual competition 6 May, 2010
From 3 till 5 May an annual competition UzTEA Excellence in Teaching English Award took place at Samarkand secondary school N 35. Six participants from different schools (Aziz Latypov, Albina Khayretdinova, Arevhat Simonyants, Karina Avanesova, Damira Abdusalyamova, Nigina Muhsinova) showed 30-minute demo lessons. Criteria announced to the participants in advance were used by jury to evaluate the lessons. Judges were pleased to see growth of professional skills of the participants demonstrating interesting and creative lessons.
The beauty of the spirit 3 May, 2010

On Sunday, May 2, participants of Reading Club, Samarkand UzTEA, visited Bukhara, “the beauty of the spirit”, Bukhara the Holy, Bukhara the Noble, the Dome of Islam, the Pillar of Religion. Bukhara is one of the most impressive places in the world and the Old City is probably the most impressive place in Bukhara, the heart of it. Find some photos of the Old City with its magnificent Ark Fortress, Registan, Kalon mosque, Kalon minaret and Ismail Samani Mausoleum and if you have never been to Bukhara, do you best to visit this wonderful city.

44th Annual International IATEFL conference and exhibition 12 April, 2010
From 7 till 11 April 2010, 44th Annual International IATEFL conference and exhibition was held in Harrogate, England. IATEFL stands for the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Languages. Its mission is to link, develop and support English Language Teaching professionals throughout the world. Founded in the UK in 1967, IATEFL now has over 3,500 members in 100 different countries. This year Firuza Rashidova, president of National Branch of UZTEA and Farangiz Shokirova, a representative of UzTEA Samarkand Branch, attended the conference for the first time.
Wedding party of our friends4 April, 2010

On 3 April we were guests at the wedding party of our friends, Yulduz Usmanova and Javohir Murodov, who had met on 30 December, 2007 in the Reading Club session called Urban legends. As all these years they have been active participants of our projects, we decided to make a poster with their photos taken from different sessions and to compose a new urban legend about Yulduz and Javohir. There were so many photos, that it was difficult to put all of them! As a result, we had to glue two posters together and use both sides.

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