Teaching activities of the master are very innovative and provide for teachers exchange between partners from European countries and Tunisia.
Indeed students will have the opportunity to experience different teaching methods and critical approach to the subjects thanks to this peculiar teaching activities of Migrants Project.
Sharing different teaching methods and points of view is one of the objectives of the project that aims to reinforce the institution capacity of Tunisia Higher Education System.
What tunisian teachers think about that?
Keep reading to find out the experience during the Discourse Analysis session with Professor Amel Guizani and the visiting professor from Westminster, Hayet Bahri on framing theories and practices in the field of journalism.
“I am contributing to the MA course on Migration through an elective subject titled “Discourse Analysis and Migration Narratives”. This opportunity allowed me to teach a new subject and explore a new approach in relation to the question of migration. I drew my motivation from what I was learning thanks to my subject, but also from my students’ enthusiasm about and interest in the different issues that we discussed in class. The most enjoyable part of the course was the co-teaching sessions with Ms. Hayet Bahri, a visiting professor from the University of Westminster. The sessions focused on communication, the notion of framing, and its impact on analyzing/building narratives and counter-narratives of migration. The students’ exchanges and responses showed their good mastery of analysis techniques, critical thinking, and awareness of multiple aspects of the migration issue”, said Professor Amel Guizani.
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