Mr.Fallah is one of my best co-workers an teachers at the ILI. When he was 13 years old, he was a brave soldier at war with Iraq and got badly injured in Operation Karbala-e 5 in Shalamche but fortunately now he is doing well with no problem. His is manners have always set good examples for me. Here he gave us his time to let you know him more!
Me:Hi and welcome to mofidili Please tell us about yourself?
I’m Mohammd Reza Fallah. About 42 years old. I am a teacher at the ILI and also a high school teacher.
Me: And how long have you been an English teacher?
It has been 15 years that I have been teaching!
Me: Which levels do you teach at the ILI?
A to Z.
Me: Excuse me?
I mean all levels. I teach up to Advanced 3 😉
Me: Do you wish you had another job? Why?
No, I’m happy with the present job. I like it!
Me: How do you think ILI classes are different? I mean the students? Why?
The new registration method (online), has given the chance to friends to sign up in the same class. As a result, in some classes we have more students from a particular school for example Emam Hossein, so their talents, interests, class activities, etc may be a bit different but not much.
Me: What kind of students are the best in your opinion? Why?
The more active the better! Because good class activity motivates weaker or shier students, too it and keeps everyone involved.
Me: Who is your best co worker at the ILI?
( Except me ) Thank God, I have a good relationship with all of my co-workers. However, I am a bit closer with Mr. Heshmatian. We really enjoy talking to each other..he is so fun!!
Me: What is your favorite level to teach at the ILI? Why?
No difference. I like Basic levels, especially Basic One, a bit more because there I can see the change at the end of the term more than other levels. Those who came to your class with little or no knowledge about English and most of the times can not speak even a word of English can talk and understand a few sentences after the first three sessions or four! It is so enjoyable and can give a lot of energy to a teacher!
Me: What is your best memory at the ILI? (In or out of classes)
Whenever I am asked to talk about my memories, my mind goes blank. I mean it seems that I forget everything suddenly! Nothing particular at the moment.
Me: What are your hobbies?
I go camping or mountain climbing once in a while. Sometimes I go swimming. TV and reading books are my favorites’too.
Me: Do you see movies?
Me: Which post of mofidili.com do you recommend English students to read?
I think you have done a great job designing and managing this web site. All of the posts are worth reading. “New Interesting Things to Read” can give them fascinating information about different things.
Me: Anything else?
Thank you very much.
Me: And thank you very much for your time and attention.
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