عن قسم اللغة الإنجليزية

النبذة التعريفية اللغة الإنجليزية

  • يعد قسم اللغة الانجليزية بالكلية من الأقسام النشيطة التي تلقى إقبالا واسعاً لدى أوساط الفتيات في المنطقة. ويستقبل سنوياً ما يقارب 50 طالبة سنوياً. وربما يرجع الإقبال المتزايد على هذا القسم إلى الإدراك والوعي المتزايد لدى الناس بأهمية تعلم هذه اللغة العالمية لما يخدم مستقبل الطالبات. ويوجد في القسم حالياً حوالي(190) طالبة موزعات على المستويات الدراسية الأربعة. وقد تم تأسيس هذا القسم عند تأسيس الكلية في العام الجامعي 2009 -2010. وقد قام بتخرجي الدفعة الأولى في بداية هذا العام 2012 – 2013. قام القسم منذ تأسيسه بقبول عدد من الأساتذة المتميزين وقام بابتعاثهم لإكمال دراساتهم العليا في بلدان مختلفة من العالم. انتهج القسم خطة دراسية جيدة لبرنامج يستمر 4 سنوات أي 8 فصول دراسية. وقد احتوت الخطة على مواد تخصصية جيدة وضعت بتدرج مدروس للطالبات. ويمنح هذا القسم درجة البكالوريوس في اللغة الانجليزية.

الرؤية

  • يسعى قسم اللغة الانجليزية لتحقيق جودة تربوية تعليمية مهنية لبناء كوادر نوعية مؤهلة في اللغة الانجليزية تكون مواكبة للعصر وصالحة لسوق العمل.

الرسالة

  • إكساب الخريجات المعارف والمهارات للغة الانجليزية والتي تجعلهن قادرات على القيام بالتدريس الفعال والبحث وخدمة المجتمع.

الأهداف

  1.     إتاحة الفرصة للفتاة لتنال حظها من تعلم اللغة الانجليزية بطريقة منهجية واساليب متطورة.
  2.     بناء الشخصية العلمية الواعية بأهمية اللغة الانجليزية كلغة عالمية للأجيال الجديدة.
  3.     الإسهام في رفد قطاع التربية والتعليم بالمعلمات المؤهلات في مجال تدريس اللغة الانجليزية للمراحل التعليمية المختلفة.
  4.     إيجاد تعليم نوعي متميز يلبي رغبات الفتيات واستعدادهن الفطري وينمي معارفهن لخدمة التنمية الاقتصادية الشاملة.
  5.     بناء الشخصية القادرة على التحليل والاستنتاج والتأثير الايجابي في المجتمع.

البرامج العلمية

برنامج البكالوريوس

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    الخطة الدراسية :

    First Level

    First Semester

    Second Semester

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    T

    P

    total

    T

    P

    total

    1

    Pronunciation

    3

    -

    3

    1

    Speaking (1)

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Reading (1)

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Reading (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Grammar (1)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Grammar (2)

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Listening

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Vocabulary & Study Skills

    3

    -

    3

    5

    General Psychology

    3

    -

    3

    5

    An Introduction in  Education

    3

    -

    3

    6

    Arabic Language (1)

    2

    -

    2

    6

    Arabic Language (2)

    2

    -

    2

    7

    Islamic Culture (1)

    2

    -

    2

    7

    Islamic Culture (2)

    2

    -

    2

    total

    7

    19

    -

    19

    total

    7

    19

    -

    19

     

     

    Second Level

    First Semester

    Second Semester

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    T

    P

    total

    T

    P

    total

    1

    Phonetics and Phonology (1)

    3

    -

    3

    1

    Phonetics and

    Phonology (2)

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Writing (1)

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Writing (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Speaking (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Fiction

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Syntax

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Short Stories

    3

    -

    3

    5

    Introduction to English Literature (I.E.L.)

    3

    -

    3

    5

    General Educational Curricula

    3

    -

    3

    6

    Principles and Syllabi of Scientific Research

    3

    -

    3

    6

    Educational Psychology

    3

    -

    3

    7

    Home Management

    3

    -

    3

    7

    An Introduction to Computer

    2

    2

    3

     

     

     

     

     

    8

    Manual Skills

    2

    2

    3

    total

    7

    21

    0

    21

    total

    8

    24

    4

    26

     

     

    Third Level

    First Semester

    Second Semester

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    T

    P

    total

    T

    P

    total

    1

    Linguistics (1)

    3

    -

    3

    1

    Linguistics (2)

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Translation (1)

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Translation (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Drama

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Language Testing

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Non-Fictional Prose

    3

    -

    3

    4

    English Methodology

    3

    -

    3

    5

    General Teaching Methods

    3

    -

    3

    5

    Literary Criticism

    3

    -

    3

    6

    Educational Technology

    3

    -

    3

    6

    Evaluation and Assessment

     

     

     

    7

    Family Culture

    3

    -

    3

     

     

     

     

     

    total

    7

    21

    0

    21

    total

    6

    15

     

    15

     

     

    Forth Level

    First Semester

    Second Semester

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    No.

    Course Title

    Hours

    T

    P

    total

    T

    P

    total

    1

    Poetry

    3

    -

    3

    1

    Teaching School Textbook

    (T.S.T.)

     

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Small-Scale Research Project

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Practicum (2) (Practical)

    -

    4

    2

    3

    Communication Skills

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Education System in Yemen

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Practicum (1) (Theoretical)

    3

    -

    3

    4

     

     

     

     

    5

    School Administration

    3

    -

    3

    5

     

     

     

     

    total

    5

    15

     

    15

    total

    3

    6

    4

    8

     
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    وصف المقررات :

    • First Level:

    1-     Pronunciation

    This course was developed in the Faculty of Education- Seiyun as a core course for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. Traditionally, it is offered at the beginning of the first semester of the first year.  The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the student with the basic pronunciation information that are necessary to pronounce, polish and correct the sounds and pronunciation of the Arab students by offering the effective English pronunciation system with excessive practical exercises.

     

    1-      Reading (1):

    This course is designed to strengthen reading skills. Emphasis is on basic word attack skills, vocabulary, transitional words, paragraph organization, basic comprehension skills, and learning strategies This course focuses on the reading processes required at the university level to read and understand a wide variety of text types. It will emphasize the importance of scanning, predicting, checking, understanding the organizations of texts, understanding the explanations given, understanding attitudes, tones and differences in style.. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate competence in the skills required for higher studies. Emphasis is also on demonstrating successful academic skills and using current materials such as a newspaper. They will also learn how to organize their reading and keep record of what they read.

     

    1. Grammar (1)

    This course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the first semester of the first year. The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the students with the basic knowledge about English grammar that can show the students how to compose sound sentences according to the basic grammatical rules with a lot of drills and exercises.

     

    1. Listening

    This course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the first semester of the first year. The course is intended to strengthen the listening as one of the basic language skills for English learners. Its main target is to help students listen and understand English with excessive practical exercises.

     

    Speaking (1)

    This speaking course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the second semester of the first year.  The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the students with the basic information and instructions that are necessary to help students start speaking English with excessive practical exercises.

     

    Reading (2)

    This course introduces effective reading and inferential thinking skills to university students. Emphasis is on vocabulary, comprehension, and reading strategies. Upon completion, students should be able to determine main ideas and supporting details, recognize basic patterns of organization, draw conclusions, and understand vocabulary in context. Emphasis is also on demonstrating successful academic behaviors and using diverse materials such as periodicals.

     

    1. Grammar (2)

    This course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the Second semester of the first year. The course topics are supposed to be selected as a continuation to the prerequisite subject of Grammar (1) to provide the students with the essential knowledge about English grammar that can show the students how to compose sound sentences according to the basic grammatical rules with a lot of drills and exercises.

     

    Vocabulary and study skills

    This course was developed in the college of education-Seiyun as a core course for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. Traditionally, It is usually offered at the beginning of the second semester of the first year.  The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the students with the word formation that  is necessary for all the skills of English language.

     

    • Second Level:

    Phonetics & Phonology (1):

    This course will introduce the three kinds of phonetics: (Articulatory; Auditory; and Acoustic); A detailed description of Articulatory phonetics in terms of respiratory, phonatory, and Articulatory sub-systems; Description of English consonants in terms of the kind and source of air stream involved, the position of the vocal cords, the position of the velum, place of articulation and manner of articulation; Practice in the production and recognition of English consonants, sound-symbol association, and differentiating English and Arabic sounds where confusion results; Practice in the production and recognition of English vowels.

     

    Writing (1)

     This course will focus on the writing skills required at the BA level. It will familiarize students with the devices needed for effective communication in the medium of writing. They will learn how to organize their writing at the level of short paragraphs. 

     

     Fiction (1)

    The course on fiction I introduces the student to the genre of novel and Fiction II provides the scope for an in-depth study of a novel. The novel is a literary form that is perhaps more ‘visible’ to the public eye, as cinematic adaptations or TV programs based on novels are very common. However literary appreciation of the novel calls for rich reading experience and sensitive reading skills. Novels which draw from the experiences of whole generations and societies will open to the student new vistas in looking at the world around him/her and making sense of the complex interplay between humans and the society. It brings to the students an ability to look at others and thus understanding themselves in a deeper way. The novel literature of English has much to offer to the student by way of developing literary sense, critical evaluation skills and complex modes of expression.

     

    Speaking (2)

     This speaking course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the first semester of the second year. The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the students with the basic advanced knowledge and instructions that are necessary to help students speak English with excessive practical exercises.

     

    Grammar (3)

    The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the students with the essential knowledge about English communicative grammar with a lot of drills and exercises.

     

    Introduction to English Literature (I. E. L.)

    It is a course meant to give a general introduction to English literature before they take specific courses focusing on different genres of literature. It will introduce the student to the concept of literature, about the tradition of English literature and will involve a study of selected pieces representing the major genres of English literature.

     

    Phonetics & Phonology 2

     The course will talk about segmental phonology, and supra-segmental phonology, both of them approached from the angle of structural linguistics. The course is intended to be both content- and practice-oriented. Segmental Phonology (Phonetics and Phonology; Phone, phoneme and allophone: definitions, examples, and appropriate use of linguistic conventions in representing them such as,“[ ]”, and “/ /”, Some important allophonic variation rules involving, for example, the voiceless plosives and the lateral phoneme / l / in English; The principles of phonemic analysis and practice in applying them to data from English (and also from Arabic, if possible). Supra-segmental Phonology (Word Stress: some guidelines for recognizing word stress, Stress shift; Tone and intonation and how they change meaning).

     

    Writing 2

    This course will focus on the process of writing required at the BA level. It  will help students how to go through the process of drafting, rewriting, and editing when they undertake writing tasks such as writing reports, writing for a newspaper, (sequencing information), writing a speech (planning for writing and speaking), writing a dialogue (layout of dialogue) and writing narratives (telling a story). They will also be introduced to the skills of writing an essay.

     

    Fiction (2)

    The course on fiction I introduces the student to the genre of novel and Fiction II provides the scope for an in-depth study of a novel. The novel is a literary form that is perhaps more ‘visible’ to the public eye, as cinematic adaptations or TV programs based on novels are very common. However literary appreciation of the novel calls for rich reading experience and sensitive reading skills. Novels which draw from the experiences of whole generations and societies will open to the student new vistas in looking at the world around him/her and making sense of the complex interplay between humans and the society. It brings to the students an ability to look at others and thus understanding themselves in a deeper way. The novel literature of English has much to offer to the student by way of developing literary sense, critical evaluation skills and complex modes of expression.

     

    Short Story

     Short story is a literary genre that took shape mainly in the 20th century and it reflects the mind of modern times better than other genres. That its evolution was molded by such modern day phenomena as miniaturization and fast pace of life is reflected in its structure, style and size. In comparison to the novel’s wide canvas that touches whole societies or periods of history, the short story has developed as the inner voice of the isolated and alienated individual in the modern day society. The short story thus presents to the student extremely individualistic and varied voices from the world. It opens up the human mind and how it responds to the cataclysms of the world as an individual. This course is expected to provide an introduction to the extremely rich short story literature of English.

     

    Third Level:

    Linguistics (1)

    This course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the first semester of the third year. The course topics are selected to provide the students with an introductory basic knowledge about the field of linguistics. 

     

    Drama (1)

    In the study of drama, students are trying to make a literary reading of a creative work that was originally written for performance. This is at once a difficult and an exciting task. It creates in the student an awareness of how literature and performance are related. It helps the student to look at literature from a totally different angle and to appreciate the practical value of literature. Through this course the student is familiarized with the literary face of the great dramatic tradition of English. In Drama I the students take up the study of one Shakespeare play.

     

    Translation (1)

    This course was developed in the College of education- Seiyun as a core course for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. Traditionally, it is offered at the beginning of the first semester of the third year.  The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the student with the basic translation information and instructions that are necessary to start translating different simple texts with excessive practical exercises.

     

    Non-Fictional Prose

    Some of the major areas of future use of language for the English student would be print journalism, electronic media, official document and report writing and written communication through electronic and paper medium. These areas call for a command of the prose language of English, different from the literary register that has been familiarized through various courses on poetry, fiction and drama. The students are given the opportunity to understand the communicative, descriptive and narrative, argumentative and persuasive functions of English in creative pieces of writing. The familiarity with the vocabulary and structures of English in such situations is expected to provide a firm grounding in the use of English in many real-life contexts.

     

    Linguistics (2)

    This course was designed for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. It is usually offered at the beginning of the second semester of the third year. The course should be given after the prerequisite course of Linguistics (1). The topics are selected to provide the students with further advanced knowledge about the field of linguistics. 

     

    Drama (2)

    In the study of drama, students are trying to make a literary reading of a creative work that was originally written for performance. This is at once a difficult and an exciting task. It creates in the student an awareness of how literature and performance are related. It helps the student to look at literature from a totally different angle and to appreciate the practical value of literature. Through this course the student is familiarized with the literary face of the great dramatic tradition of English. In Drama II the students take up the study of a modern play.

     

     Translation (2)

    This course was developed in the College of education- Seiyun as a core course for all students admitted to the undergraduate program in English. Traditionally, it is offered at the beginning of the second semester of the third year.  The course topics are supposed to be selected to provide the students with the basic translation information and instructions that are necessary to help students start translating advanced texts with excessive practical exercises.

     

    Language Testing

     This course will focus on the relationship between testing and teaching; testing strategies and procedures, types of tests and test items, validity and reliability of tests; marking tests and interpreting results. Constructing tests for reading, writing, speaking and listening as well as for other areas taught on their courses will be given to students.

     

    English Methodology

    This course provides students with a theoretical framework for teaching English as a second and as a foreign language in a principle way. It offers a historical overview of the different approaches to language teaching and acquaints them with the major methods discussed in the literature. It introduced them to communicative language teaching and discusses issues such as communicative ability, classroom interaction, teaching vs. learning, content vs. skill. Against this background, it deals with the principles of teaching listening, speaking, reading, writing and how to integrate these four language skills in language teaching. It discusses language teaching techniques and how they relate to the different approaches to language teaching. It also deals with class management focusing on such topics as large classes, student grouping in class, individual differences and class control.      

     

    Fourth Level:

    Practical Criticism

    The course on Practical criticism helps the student to gain a basis for advanced study in literature. It helps them to gain a theoretical understanding of literature and to apply the theory to comprehend and analyze literature.

     

    Presentation

    This course provides an opportunity for students to develop skills in speech delivery and construction. Each speech and each audience is different, requiring special delivery and preparation. Throughout the semester students will learn the basics of how to deliver a good speech.

     

    Poetry

    Poetic sensibility requires extensive exposure and concentrated effort to develop. It is generally considered as a difficult mode to study and analyze. Its highly imaginative and extremely condensed character makes it an ideal mode for providing a rich literary experience for the student. The deeply moving power of poetry has the power to transform the imaginative world of the student. This course will introduce students to the form and meaning of poetic expression. Through selected poems the students will explore the world of poetic ideas and experiences.

     

    Research Methods (Proposal Writing)

     This course is intended to introduce students to quantitative and qualitative methods procedures in research as applied to the field of education. It focuses on encouraging students to read, interpret, and conduct research aimed at improving their practice in research methods. The students will be exposed to such fundamental and important steps in conducting research such as, planning and formulating the research, developing  of the problem statement and research purposes. It will also cover elements such as ,writing style, questions and hypotheses, definition of terms, significance of study, limitations and delimitations, review of related literature, research design, and  data collection.

     

    Non-British Literature:

    Literature produced in America and in recent times, Australia, Canada and India have contributed significantly to the development of English literature. These literary traditions have developed their own styles, thematic features and linguistic peculiarities. Literature translated into English from different languages form another important part of literature. The study of English literature becomes complete only when these literary traditions are also introduced to the student. 

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