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211نجم-3

 3

استماع و تحدث-4

212نجم-3

213نجم-3

 3

قراءة-4

214نجم-3

215نجم-3

 3

كتابة-4

216نجم-3

217نجم-2

 2

بناء مفردات-4

218نجم-2

219ترج-3

 3

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221ترج-3

221حال-3

 3

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Course code: 212Eng-3                                                                      Course title: Listening and speaking-4

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 4

Pre-requisites: 211Eng–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): Small Talk- Not deep, but important

Chapter (2): High- Tech/ Communication –A Curse or a Blessing?

Chapter (3): Humor- can Laughter Be the best Medicine?

Chapter (4): Academic Dishonesty- how common is cheating?

Chapter (5): Exploring American Culture

Chapter (6): Medical Ethics- Should doctors ever lie?

Chapter (7): The time bind – are twenty – four hours a day enough?

Chapter (8): Marketing Techniques

Chapter (9): Changes on Earth

 

Textbooks:

  • Tapestry- Rebecca L. Oxford/ Susanna Chritie/ Helen Kalstein Fragiadakis- Virginia Maurer- ISBN: 1- 4130-0618-3

 

Course code: 214Eng-3                                                          Course title: Reading-4

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 4

Pre-requisites: 213Eng-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) /Fiction- the Diamond family ,unit (2) / Biography – Two Popular Authors, unit (3) /Non-fiction- Reading Power Magazines.                                                                                                                               

 

Textbooks:

  • Reading Power- Beatrice S. Mikulecky & Linda Jeffries- Third Edition- ISBN 0- 13- 130548-4( pbk:alk.paper).

 

Course code: 216Eng-3                                                          Course title: Writing-4

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 4

Pre-requisites: 215Eng-3

 

Course definition:

It aims to help students perfect their composition skills, assist them with real –life tasks, illustrate organizing elements, such as topic sentences, supporting details and signal words and guide them in major rhetorical forms, such as comparing and contrasting, describing, analyzing data, writing test answers, letter writing and summarizing.

 

Course syllabus:

Organization, Understanding paragraphs, Organizing Information by time, Organizing information by order of importance, Organizing information by space, The writing process, Supporting the main idea, Giving instruction, Writing description, Expressing an opinion, Comparing and contrasting, Writing about causes and effects, Writing personal and Business letters and Writing summaries.

 

Textbooks:

  • Ready To Write- A first composition Text- Third Edition- Karen Blanchard & Christine Root ISBN: 0-13-042463-3.

 

Course code: 218Eng-2                                                          Course title: vocabulary-4

Credit hours: 2hours                                                              level: 4

Pre-requisites: 217Eng–2

 

Course definition:

It aims to present and explain new words in context and shows learners how to use them and how to work out rules for using them.

It's based on a corpus of real written and spoken language to ensure that vocabulary is relevant and up-to-date.

It promotes good learning habits with study tips and follow up tasks

 

Course syllabus:

  • Effective vocabulary learning
  • Word formation
  • Connecting and linking
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Topics
  • Feelings and actions
  • Basic concept
  • Idiomatic expressions
  • Phrasal verbs and verb based expression
  • Varieties of English

 

Textbooks:

  • English Vocabulary in Use- Upper/ intermediate- Second Edition- Michael McCarthy& Felicity O'Dell.

 

Course code: 220Trans-3                                                       Course title: Translation-4

Credit hours: 3hours                                                              level: 4

Pre-requisites: 219Trans–3

 

Course definition:

It aims at teaching art of translation away from complicated ways

It also aims at connecting different civilizations and developing standard of understanding  among nations

 

Course syllabus:

  • Importance of translation
  • Opinions about translation
  • Sentence
  • Parts of speech
  • Punctuation
  • Notes and difficulties
  • Style and Kind
  • Practice
  • Useful expressions
  • English nouns vs. Arabic nouns
  • Common abbreviations

 

Textbooks:

  • Your Guide to Translation- Abdulkarim ElGaboury- First Edition- ISBN: 4721-1216- 2001G/ 1422H.