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112نجم-3

 3

استماع و تحدث-3

211نجم-3

114نجم-3

 3

قراءة-3

213نجم-3

116نجم-3

 3

كتابة-3

215نجم-3

121نجم-2

 2

بناء مفردات-3

217نجم-2

122ترج-3

 3

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219ترج-3

لا يىجد

 3

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221حال-3

 

 

 

Course code: 211Eng-3                                                                      Course title: Listening and speaking-3

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 3

Pre-requisites: 112Eng–3

 

Course definition:

It aims to prepare students to become successful, independent learners through engaging communicative work, motivating, language learning strategies, academic power strategies and interactive web site.

 

Course syllabus:

Chapter (1): School Daze

Chapter (2): Cross- cultural Communication

Chapter (3): My Slice of the Pie

Chapter (4): I Said it My Way

Chapter (5): It's not easy being good

Chapter (6): Scientifically Speaking

Chapter (7): The Nature of Things

Chapter (8): All stressed out and No place to go.

 

Textbooks: 

  • Tapestry - Rebecca L. Oxford ( Series Editor)- Susana Christie ( Listening& speaking Editor)- ISBN:1-4130-0617-5

 

Course code: 213Eng-3                                                          Course title: Reading-3

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 3

Pre-requisites: 114Eng–3

 

Course definition:

It aims to encourage students to master new reading strategies and broaden their vocabulary.

It teaches them strategic reading skills, such as skimming, scanning, and recognizing topics and main ideas. It also provides practice in inference and critical thinking. It helps the students build speed and flexibility in their reading

 

Course syllabus:

 Part (1): reading for pleasure

Part (2): comprehension skills: previewing, scanning, skimming, using vocabulary, making inference, finding topic, discovering topics, understanding main ideas, summarizing

Part (3): thinking skills

Part (4) reading faster: unit (1) /Maria Montessori, unit (2) / Africa today, unit (3) /Global issues.

 

Textbooks:

  • More Reading Power- Beatrice S. Mikulecky & Linda Jeffries- Second Edition- ISBN 0- 13- 061199-9.

 

Course code: 215Eng-3                                                          Course title: Writing-3

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 3

Pre-requisites: 116Eng–3

 

Course definition:

It aims to develop strategies for learning vocabulary, prepare the students to succeed on standardized tests, encourage students to activate their writing skills in new contexts, promote personal expression through writing, immerse students in authentic language and complete with scaffolding and follow up activities to reinforce writing skills.

 

Course syllabus:

Chapter (1): Education and Student life

Chapter (2): City Life

Chapter (3): Business and Money

Chapter (4): Jobs and Professions

Chapter (5): Life styles around the World

Chapter (6): Global Connections

Chapter (7): Language and communication

Chapter (8): Tastes and Preferences

Chapter (9): New Frontiers

Chapter (10): Medicine, Myth and Magic

Chapter (11): The Media

Chapter (12): With Liberty and Justice for All

 

Textbooks:

  • Interaction 2 (writing) – Fourth Edition- Cheryl Pavlik & Margret Keenan Segal- McGraw- Hill Contemporary- ISBN: 0-07- 710870-1

 

Course code: 217Eng-2                                                          Course title: Vocabulary-3

Credit hours: 2hours                                                              level: 3

Pre-requisites: 120Eng–2

 

Course definition:

It aims to increase students' awareness of the way in which a dictionary can be used, increase their ability to construct words, provide practical comprehension practice, understand formal, colloquial and other more specialists forms of English.

 

Course syllabus:

  • Dictionary Practice 1
  • Topics: City Life, Issues in Education, Fashion in Clothes, The Environment, Advertising, Children Freedom, Censorship, Love, Attitudes to work and Leisure, The purpose of State Punishment
  • Related Word Group
  • Problem Words
  • Idioms
  • Identification
  • Description
  • Style
  • Spoken English
  • Miscellaneous
  • Word Games

 

Textbooks:

  • Advanced Vocabulary & Idioms- BJ Thomas- New Edition- ISBN: 978-0-17-557126-0.

 

Course code: 219Eng-3                                                          Course title: Translation-3

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 3

Pre-requisites: 122Eng–3

 

Course definition:

It aims to locate and consider the greatest number of translation problems types, discuss central lexical problems of translation and attempt to attack translation problems daringly, openly and unabashedly with the ultimate objective of defining and at the same time solve most of them in completely practical terms.

 

Course syllabus:

Chapter (1): grammatical problems

Chapter (2): Lexical problems

Chapter (3): Stylistic problems

Chapter (4): phonological problems

 

Textbooks:

  • Translation As Problems and Solutions- Special Edition- Dar El- Elm Lilmalayin.