قسم اللغة الانجليزية

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النبذة التعريفية اللغة الانجليزية

نشأة القسم

يعدّ قسم اللغة الإنجليزية من أكبر أقسام كلية الآداب بجامعة حضرموت تأسس عام 1975م وذلك مع إنشاء كليـة العلوم والآداب والتربيـة بالمكلا التابعة لجامعة عدن، وخلال مسيرته لأكثر من أربعين عاما تخرج في القسم نحو (2500) خريج وكادر مؤهل في مجال اللغة الإنجليزية وآدابها واللغويات والترجمة.

وخلال هذا المدى الزمني الطويل تطورت الهيئة التعليمية، بقسم اللغة الإنجليزية، من حيث العدد والمستوى والخبرة الأكاديمية، إذْ يضم القسم حاليا نخبة من الكوادر التدريسية المؤهلة والمجربة التي تحظى بحضور علمي وخبرة في مجال اللغة الإنجليزية والأدب واللغويات التطبيقية وطرائق تدريس اللغة الإنجليزية وقد أخذت على عاتقها مهمة الإسهام في بناء هذا الصرح العلمي الأكاديمي وعقدت العزم بالتفان والإخلاص في العمل ومواصلة السير قدما نحو الأهداف المنشودة للقسم …

بالإضافة لبرنامج البكالوريوس في اللغة الإنجليزية وآدابها واللغويات والترجمة، تم افتتاح برنامج الماجستير في علم اللغة ودراسات اللغة الإنجليزية بالقسم عام 2013 وقد أكملت الدفعة الأولى السنة التمهيدية وعدد طلابها (10) طلاب وطالبات تقدموا بخطط البحث لرسالة الماجستير وتم إقرارها في مجلس القسم والكلية، وقد تم أيضا استقبال الدفعة الثانية من طلاب الماجستير وعددهم (24) طالبا وطالبة في العام الجامعي (2016-2017 م).

الرسالة

النهوض بالمستوى الفكري والثقافي والتعليمي للطلبة والطالبات وذلك من خلال تطوير مهاراتهم اللغوية والفكرية والبحثية، وتقديم خريجين متميزين لتلبية متطلبات سوق العمل ولخدمة المجتمع وإعداد باحثين قادرين على مواكبة التقدم العلمي من خلال البحث العلمي .

الرؤية

الريادة في مجال التدريس والبحث في اللغة الإنجليزية وآدابها واللغويات والترجمة محليا وإقليميا ودوليا.

الأهداف

  1. تطوير مهارات الطلاب اللغوية والاتصالية باستخدام أحدث الوسائل والتقنيات.
  2. تزويد الطلاب بالمعرفة الشاملة للغة الإنجليزية وآدابها واللغويات والترجمة.
  3. إجراء البحوث النظرية والتجريبية والمقارنة في مجال اللغة الإنجليزية وآدابها واللغويات والترجمة.
  4. صقل مهارات التفكير النقدي والإبداعي لدى الطلاب.
  5. دراسة تطبيقات التقنية الحديثة في مجال اللغة الإنجليزية وآدابها واللغويات والترجمة.
  6. بناء الشراكة مع القطاعين العام والخاص عن طريق إجراء الدراسات وتقديم الاستشارات التخصصية.
  7. تشجيع الفهم النقدي لفكر وثقافات العالم المتحدث بالإنجليزية، وفتح قنوات الحوار الثقافي مع الأمم والشعوب المتحدثة بالإنجليزية.
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البرامج العلمية

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برنامج ماجستيرعلم اللغة ودراسات اللغة الانجليزية
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وصف المقررات :

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اسم الدرجة العلميّة :

اسم الدرجة بالعربية الماجستير في علم اللغة ودراسات اللغة الانجليزية

اسم الدرجة باللغة الإنجليزية MA of Arts in Linguistics and English Language Studies

متطلبات الحصول على الدرجة :

· النجاح في مساقات السنة التحضيريّة، وتحقيق المعدّل التراكمي المنصوص عليه في لائحة الدراسات العليا بالجامعة.
· النجاح في مناقشة الرسالة العلميّة، بحسب الضوابط المنصوص عليها في لائحة الدراسات العليا بالجامعة.

الخطة الدراسية :

تشتمل الخطة الدراسية على 36 ساعة إجبارية معتمدة موزعة على النحو التالي:

Source

Credit

Hours

Course Title

Course

No.

HUST

15

Postgraduate Foundation Module in English language studies

A

HUST

15

Postgraduate Foundation Module in Linguistic studies

Ling

HUST

6

Dissertation

A333

HUST

36

Total

السنة الأولى:

يتم تدريس المساقات في فصلين كمايلي:

الفصل الدراسي الأول:

يدرس الطالب (6) مساقات كما يأتي:

رمز المساق

ورقمه

رقم المادة

اسم المساق باللغة العربية

اسم المساق باللغة الانكليزية

الساعات المعتمدة

LF

101

الأساسيات اللغوية: أصوات اللغة

Linguistic Foundations: Sounds of Language

3

LF

102

الأساسيات اللغوية: تراكيب اللغة

Linguistic Foundations: Structures of Language

3

LF

103

الأساسيات اللغوية: معاني اللغة

Linguistic Foundations: Meanings of Language

2

LF

334

أساليب ومنهجية البحث

Research Methodology

2

LF

331

أساسيات التعليم العالي: فصل في مادة الأدب

Postgraduate Foundation Module in Literature

3

LF

332

بحث تخرج

Graduate Seminars

2

مجموع الساعات

15

الفصل الدراسي الثاني:

يدرس الطالب (6) مساقات كما يأتي:

رمز المساق

ورقمه

رقم المادة

اسم المساق باللغة العربية

اسم المساق باللغة الانكليزية

الساعات المعتمدة

LF

104

اللغويات النفسية

Psycholinguistics

3

LF

105

اللغويات الاجتماعية

Sociolinguistics

2

LF

335

النظرية والتطبيق في النقد الأدبي

Theory and Practice of Literary Criticism

3

LF

106

اللغة والتعليم

Language and Literacy

2

LF

336

اللغويات الأدبية

Literary Linguistics

3

LF

337

الأدب المتعدد الثقافات

Multicultural Literature

2

مجموع الساعات

15

السنة الثانية:

تخصص السنة الثانية لإعداد مشروع الرسالة حسب أنظمة الدراسات العليا بجامعة حضرموت.

توصيف المساقات :
توصيف مساقات الماجستير

Ling 101 Linguistic Foundations: Sounds of Language

This course is designed as two overlapping modules – Module 1: Phonetics and Module 2: Phonology. The course will introduce students to the physiological aspects of speech production. It will also explore processes of articulation, phonation and intonation in English and other selected languages, revise concepts of phoneme, features, abstractness, ordering and examine theories of lexical, metrical, auto-segmental dependence and government phonology, with emphases on analytical procedures and applications to real world language problems.

Ling 102 Linguistic Foundations: Structures of Language

This course deals with the principles of morphology and syntax with emphases on analytical procedures and applications to real world language problems. It introduces grammatical principles that govern the structure of words (morphology) and sentences (syntax) in human languages around the world. The aim of the course is to develop the student’s appreciation for both the variation found in human languages and the essential unity underlying that variation, and to strengthen his/her skills in analytic reasoning through the study of linguistic patterns. Lectures, assignments and tests will use examples from English as well as other languages.

Ling 103 Linguistic Foundations: Meanings of Language

This module focuses on the principles of semantics and pragmatics with emphases on analytical procedures and applications to real world language problems. Meaning in isolation and meaning according to the context and according to the speaker’s attention and the hearer’s understanding will be dealt with in this course. Linguistic semantics is the study of meaning as conveyed through language. The utterances made by speakers of a language are expressions of intentional and mindful activity. Communication through language is a reflection of our modeling of the environment and our attempt to understand reality with innate logical machinery for reasoning and inference. We begin with the study of logic (natural deduction) and show how propositional and first-order logical systems provide a natural means for the formal interpretation of linguistic expressions. We then examine the semantic of logical inference in terms of model theory and semantic types. The major subject areas of semantics will be covered, including quantification and plurality, anaphora and discourse, tense and aspect, ellipsis, and lexical semantics.

Ling 104 Psycholinguistics

This course discusses the theories of learning and the major contemporary issues relating to the psychological foundations of language. It deals with the behaviourists’ views on language acquisition especially the views of Skinner, Watson and Pavlov; the views of the cognitive psychologists such as Piaget and the cognitive-innateness hypothesis of linguists-cum-psychologists such as Chomsky, Slobin and McNeill. It examines the second language learning theories of Krashen, Selinker and others. It looks into human language processing including perception and production of speech and writing as well as the instrumental and integrative motivation towards language learning.

Ling 105 Sociolinguistics

This course seeks to examine the development and growth of Sociolinguistics as a field of study in the latter half of the Twentieth century. The following topics will be addressed:

· the definition and scope of Sociolinguistics;

· the definition and interpretation of basic concepts of theoretical importance in sociolinguistic research e.g. language-dialect, speech community, linguistic repertoire, linguistic variable, social variable, communicative competence, etc.;

· the contributions of researchers such as Gumperz, Hymes, and Labov to developments in sociolinguistic theory.

Ling 106 Language and Literacy

This course explores current debates in the rapidly changing field of language and literacy, and examines the relevance of research and scholarship to educational policy and practice. Its international focus and emphasis on social perspectives will enable the student to gain a deeper understanding of language and literacy in use, and to learn methods of making his/her own analyses. Student will draw on concepts and methods from several disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology and psychology as well as educational research. The course will appeal to teachers and others interested in language and literacy issues from an educational perspective. Among the areas related to literacy are domains of literacy, academic literacy, gender and literacy, historical aspects of literacy and social aspects of literacy.

This course features research and practice both within and beyond Yemen. The aims of the course are to:

· introduce current issues in the research field of language and literacy studies.

· familiarize the student with the relevant theoretical and methodological developments.

· enable the student to understand better the role of language in the processes of teaching and learning, especially in relation to teaching and learning about language.

· Explore the relevance of research in the field of language and literacy studies to contemporary issues in both global and local contexts.

· show the student how to use a range of methods for researching and analyzing language and literacy.

· encourage the student to reflect critically on his/her understanding of language and literacy through discussion with other participants in the course.

With an emphasis on social perspectives on language and literacy, the course covers themes in language and literacy studies such as language and social identity, the communicative processes of teaching and learning, literacy practices, access to literacy, and the uses of language with computer technology. Recent work is used to exemplify the different ways researchers investigate language and literacy practices in various educational contexts. The student will explore a range of language data, spoken, written and visual, and try out analyses for himself, completing a project on a topic that particularly interests him.

A331: Postgraduate Foundation Module in Literature

This course will explore a range of recent theoretical approaches to the study of literature, and how these impact literary research. It will expose students to theoretical and critical issues related to literature. Using these critical frameworks will sensitize students to the ideological nature of literary discourse and the ways in which certain dominant ideas of nation, race, ethnicity and gender are ratified or challenged. Thus this course develops students’ ability to think, interpret and evaluate differing views and perspectives.

A332: Graduate Seminars

The course is taught through tutorials (seminars). The tutorial groups will meet once a week to work on contemporary issues (see list below), having previously been given a hand-out with suggested topics for discussion and recommended reading list. One or more students in the group will present the chosen topic, which will be discussed by the group under the guidance of a lecturer. The aim of this component of the M.A. course is firstly to introduce major issues in linguistics, applied linguistics, literacy and English literature which would complement those taught in the course component and secondly to give students practice in writing academic papers and sustaining linguistic argumentation.

The proposed course content will include:

1. Speech and writing

2. Grammar

3. Corpus Linguistics

4. Language and IT

5. Critical Discourse Analysis

6. Language Acquisition

7. Psycholinguistics and Sociolinguistics

8. Applied Linguistics

9. Literacy

10. English Literature

A333: Dissertation

The dissertation course requires students to carry out research in linguistics or literature under the guidance of a supervisor. Students will use primary and secondary information and design their research study appropriately. They will hand in a complete dissertation consisting of 16000 – 18000 words at the end of the course.

A335 Theory and Practice of Literary Criticism

This course included a discussion of the major theories of literary criticisms and its influences on creative writings and literary development including the development of English literary criticism theories. Reading and evaluation of selected texts based on the literary theories discussed. The uses and application of literary theories and criticism in learning and teaching of literature in schools will be explored. The students will be able to:

a) Understand psychological, historical, biographical, formalist, feminist and postmodernist interpretations of literature.

b) Apply various critical approaches to the same work of literature.

c) Understand how various schools of criticism reflect social and historic conditions.

A336 Literary Linguistics

This module will introduce students to some of the ways in which linguistic analysis can be used to explore the language of literary texts. Topics covered will include: nouns and verbs; sentence structure; vocabulary and register; narrative and point of view; reporting speech and thought. The emphasis will be upon a practical approach, and texts studied will be predominantly drawn from contemporary literature. Students will also be introduced to some of the recent debates about the value of literary linguistics. Students who complete this module will have gained a good understanding of the language of literature.

This course introduces the student to a range of analytic techniques for a variety of text types, including prose fiction, poetry and drama. The student will develop a vocabulary for linguistic description and a repertoire of approaches to the analysis of literary texts. The student will also consider some recent developments in the study of literary linguistics which came out of the desire for social and contextual analysis in the study of language. Here the focus is on the situation of production and the reception of texts and the student will discuss approaches including critical discourse analysis, cognitive poetics and text world theory, as well as various techniques of analysis based in the study of pragmatic stylistics.

A337 Multicultural Literature

The Multicultural Literature course is an introduction to writing by people both from around the world and those living as minorities within Western culture. The curriculum concentrates on major novels, plays, poetry and essays written by those traditionally held outside the Western literary canon. The students will study the development of these literatures and the corresponding social and historical circumstances that helped shape them, as well as the social and political movements they helped to foster. This class will make students more aware of the differences that culture, ethnicity, class and gender have on the study of literature.

Students will use the literature as a starting point for enhancing their reading, writing,

speaking, listening, viewing and critical thinking skills.

      برنامج البكالوريوس
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      وصف المقررات :

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        نبذة :

        • تشتمل الخطة الدراسية على 136 ساعة إجبارية معتمدة موزعة على النحو الآتي:

        طبيعة المقررات

        الساعات المعتمدة

        نسبتها المئوية

        * متطلبات الجامعة

        16

        11.3 %

        * * متطلبات الكلية

        6

        4.2 % 

        متطلبات التخصص

        120

        84.5 %

        المجموع

        142

        100 %

        الخطة الدراسية :

        المستوى الأول

        الفصل الدراسي الأول

        الفصل الدراسي الثاني

        الرمز

        المــــــادة

        الساعات المعتمدة

        الرمز

        المــــــادة

        الساعات المعتمدة

        ن

        ع

        مج

        ن

        ع

        مج

        لغة عربية (1) *

        Arabic Language (1)

        2

        ـ

        2

        لغة عربية (2) *

        Arabic Language (2)

        2

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        2

        ثقافة إسلامية (1) *Islamic Culture (1)

        2

        ـ

        2

        ثقافة إسلامية (2) *

        Islamic Culture (2)

        2

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        2

        Grammar I

        3

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        3

        Grammar II

        3

        ـ

        3

        Reading I

        3

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        3

        Reading II

        3

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        3

        Vocabulary Study 1

        3

        ـ

        3

        Vocabulary Study 1

        3

        ـ

        3

        Speaking/Listening I

        1

        2

        3

        Speaking/Listening II

        1

        2

        3

        الإجـــمالي

        6

        14

        2

        16

        الإجــــمالي

        6

        14

        2

        16

        المستوى الثاني

        الفصل الدراسي الأول

        الفصل الدراسي الثاني

        الرمز

        المــــــادة

        الساعات المعتمدة

        الرمز

        المــــــادة

        الساعات المعتمدة

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        مج

        ن

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