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Education Bachelor Degree: Bachelor Degree in English Language and Literature,(July, 2006), Girls' College of Education, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, KSA. Masters Degree: Masters Degree in Applied Linguistics, (December, 2012), University of Reading, Reading, UK.
Jan./27/2009 until now
English lecturer in The Languages and Translation Department, University of Tabuk.
Cooperating in the Department’s Committees especially the Quality & Activities.
Organizing and implementing Translation (2 &4) courses.
Teaching linguistic courses in the Department such as Translation, Language Acquisition, and Phonetics.
Coordinator for the activities in the Department 2011.
Worked at the Staff Affair Unit in the Faculty of Education and Arts 2010.
Worked at the Students Affair Unit in the Faculty of Education and Arts 2009.
May\12\2007 –Jan./24/2009 |
Saudi Hollandi Bank , Prince Sultan Branch ,Jeddah ,S.A.
My job was to :
Greet the clients and assist them with their needs.
Receiving calls and following up calls with clients.
Customer service duties such as opening accounts and ordering ATM cards.
Cross-selling of bank products.
July 2006 – August 2006
Millennium Institution Of Technology &Management , Jeddah, S.A.
Total Quality Management, Vice President for Development and Quality - Deanship of Development and Quality Assurance, University of Tabuk, 14 /12 / 2014.
Procedural and Regulatory Frameworks Employment at the University according to The Higher Education Council, Vice President for Development and Quality - Deanship of Development and Quality Assurance, University of Tabuk, 15 / 12 /2014.
Designing an interactive learning module using Lecture Maker, by the National Centre of E- Learning and Distance Learning, Ministry of Higher Education, KSA, 10-11/ 12/2014.
Selected terms in the domain of University testing, measurement , and evaluation, Organized by the Unit of Measurement and Evaluation at the University of Tabuk, 27 /10/ 2014 .
Training on the SDL , Sahari Hotel, 5-7/3/2014.
Establishing an Effective Quality Assurance System, Al-Alamiah for Education and Training, 1-2/ 01/2014.
The International Fair of Higher Education, 2nd Year, Riyadh, KSA. 2011.
Writing programs and course learning outcomes and its role in enhancing the quality of teaching and learning , University of Tabuk, 22-23/05/2010.
Service Excellence, The Institute of Banking,25/10/2008-27/10/2008.
Effective Communication Skills , The Institute of Banking, 24/11/2008 -26/11/2008.
Principles Of Banking , The Institute of Banking,29/11/2008-01/12/2008.
Customer Care Through Telephone , 27/12/2008-29/12/2008.
International Computer Drivers License Certificate(ICDL) , New Horizon Institute,2006.
Taught English for Intermediate and Secondary students as part of Bachelor Degree Requirements .
Learning and Technology, Effat College,2006.
Excellent in Microsoft Office(Word, Power Point, Excel, Access, Outlook) and Lotus Notes.
Trained in using the Database and Customer Service ( Globus T24).
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Research & literature 1
This study examines the attitudes of Saudi students specializing in English language and their teachers towards the use of L1 (Arabic) in L2 (English) classrooms, a controversial topic which has gained attention lately. The study was carried out at the University of Tabuk in Saudi Arabia. To reach a better understanding of this matter, the study focused on third level students and most of the English language teachers in the university. The study employed three data-gathering tools: questionnaires, interviews and observations. The observation was conducted first on eleven classes then followed by questionnaires and interviews to get a precise idea about their attitudes towards the use of Arabic in English classes.
The results reveal that teachers mainly have a negative attitude towards L1 but use it in limited areas. Among the most common uses are; greetings, translating new words, and contrasting the two languages. In spite of the teachers’ use of Arabic in these areas, they avoided it in giving feedback, instructions and clarifications which contradicts some of the recommendations in previous studies. Whereas students tend to have a more positive attitude towards L1 they employed it when translating new vocabulary, asking for explanations and doing group work. These findings are in line with the judicious use of L1 in the L2 classroom with teachers and students resorting to it when needed.
Research & literature 2
An evaluation of selected activities from ‘Task listening’ by Lesley Blundell and Jackie Stokes (1981); student’s book, teacher’s book and audio CD.
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