المقررات الدراسية


Eng. 114 Composition (1) : Writing Paragraph (Credit 3 hrs)

Students will be given practice in producing ordered and developed writing that would meet practical needs. The students will be required to develop their abilities to describe and narrate. Students will also be introduced to the basic concepts of paragraph writing, topic sentences, unity and coherence.

Eng. 116 Remedial Grammar (Credit 3 hrs)

The course aims at teaching basic language structures. It focuses on practice, and the use of fundamental grammatical elements. Topics covered include: 1. articles, adverbial, adjectival and noun phrases 2. prepositions; 3. tenses; 4. passive voice; 5. clauses (adv, clauses, adj. clauses, noun clauses; 6. reported speech ; 7.verbal (gerunds, infinitives and participles)

Eng. 413 Advanced Writing (Credit 3 hrs)

In this course students practice producing the longer and substantial essay of several paragraphs. Attention will be given to the process of developing formal argumentative essays and the short research paper. Emphasis will be given to rules of evidence and the methods of presenting it to support the points of view expressed. This should prepare the students to write a term paper of 1250 or more words in which they show their ability to handle the mechanics of research and to synthesize the findings of their readings from secondary sources. In addition, students will be encouraged to write about literature perceptively and in an organized manner.

Eng. 421 History of the English Language (Credit 2 hrs)

The course is primarily intended for senior students with an aim to presenting the historical development of English in a way that strikes a happy balance between internal inflections and external history — the political, social and intellectual factors that have determined the development at different periods. Students are introduced to the genetic hypothesis (the discovery of Sanskrit and the Proto-Indo-European family), sound laws, and loan words. The relationship between French and English in England after the Norman Conquest forms an integral part of this course. Students are also acquainted with Old English and Middle English.

Eng. 424 Transformational Grammar (Credit 3 hrs)

This course deals with the background to transformational grammar in American descriptive linguistics, phrase structure grammar; Chomsky's Syntactic Structure and earlier transformational theory, Chomsky's Aspects of the Theory of Syntax and later transformational theory, interpretive and generative semantics, and the application of transformational grammar to varied language data.


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الساعات المكتبية

الساعات المكتبية



اليوم
الوقت
الأثنين
8   -   10  ص
الثلاثاء
10   -   12  ص
الأربعاء
8   -   10  ص

أرقام الاتصال

أرقام الاتصال

0565586399

الإرشاد الأكاديمي

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اليوم
الوقت
الأثنين
10   -   12   ص
الأربعاء
10    -   12   ص

البريد الالكتروني

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إحصائية الموقع

عدد الصفحات: 14

البحوث والمحاضرات: 3

الزيارات: 4430