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Principles of Translation and Interpreting
English Language Category
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Student: Sameh A.GalilStudent: Dr. Lubna AdelStudent: Yousef AfifiStudent: Manal AhmadStudent: Prof. Omar Al-jarrahStudent: Sami Al-KhawaldehStudent: ghadeer AljefairiStudent: Chekra AllaniStudent: Mohammad AlomariStudent: Shadi AlrabadiStudent: Ghadeer AlsanadStudent: Ms. Nada AlzaidStudent: Yasmin BakryStudent: Maher Ben MoussaStudent: Nour DakkakStudent: Omar ElmetwallyStudent: Maram FahimStudent: Dr. Mohamed HamouriStudent: Nay HannawiStudent: Shaimaa HelalStudent: M HomidiStudent: m mStudent: Dr. Marine MiladStudent: courtney milesStudent: Alaa Nasr EldinStudent: Ahmad NazmyStudent: Chaimaa SanankouaStudent: Mustafa ThabetStudent: Rania YacoubStudent: ziad yahyaStudent: Dr. Nagwa Younis

Principles of Translation and Interpreting

This course primarily targets those who are interested in starting a career in translation and interpreting. It offers them the basics they need to embark such a career using the language pair: English and Arabic. It mainly discusses what translation is good translation/interpreting, the different tools translators and interpreters need, and how to produce good translation/interpreting.

All the texts used in the course are authentic, taken from various genres. Hence, after completing this course, you will know what makes a qualified professional translator/interpreter in addition to the basic skills translators/interpreters need.

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  • General Writing Skills in English
    English Language Category
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    Student: Omar AbdulkaderStudent: Ahmad AbuashourStudent: Firas AdadaStudent: Omar Al HajjajStudent: Prof. Omar Al-jarrahStudent: Sami Al-KhawaldehStudent: Haneen AlansariStudent: sara aliStudent: ghadeer AljefairiStudent: Chekra AllaniStudent: Erada AlmutairiStudent: Nouf AlNaimiStudent: Aqeela alnashabaStudent: Mohammad AlomariStudent: saleh alozaliStudent: Dr Huda AlrashidiStudent: Fatema AlsaeghStudent: Mohamad AlsharifStudent: Ibrahim AlsulamiStudent: sara altwaimStudent: Ms. Nada AlzaidStudent: Hanan ArnousStudent: Yasmin BakryStudent: Basma BchennatyStudent: Maher Ben MoussaStudent: Zainab BojubarahStudent: Hilda BraineeStudent: Nour DakkakStudent: Isra DaraisehStudent: Mohammad FarranStudent: Fatma FayezStudent: Mahmoud GamalStudent: Abbas HStudent: Jihad W. HaddadStudent: Dr. Mohamed HamouriStudent: Nay HannawiStudent: Wadeea HasanStudent: Dr. Yahia HassanStudent: Marwa HassanStudent: Shaimaa HelalStudent: Yusuf IsmaeelStudent: Mireille JabbourStudent: Dr. Samrena JabeenStudent: Ola KittanehStudent: m mStudent: Dr. Eng. Ahmad MikatiStudent: Dr. Marine MiladStudent: Alaa Nasr EldinStudent: Nelly nellyStudent: Mohammed NofalStudent: Aalia QuadirStudent: Aziz SaeStudent: Layla SaeedStudent: Hosam SharafeldeenStudent: Raeda TartoryStudent: Admin UserStudent: Rania YacoubStudent: marah zamel zamel_marah@0000

    General Writing Skills in English

    This training course is set to enrich some general writing skills especially how to write effective sentences, paragraphs, articles and essays as means of communication. It will go over how to compose English correspondences by using the correct grammar and punctuation marks, improving writing style and tone, and developing efficient general writing habits. Participants will learn various writing skills/strategies, write different writing genres, and receive feedback on their work.


    The training is designed with an intensive practical approach to allow participants to apply and practice workshop concepts in a safe environment to guarantee successful transfer of knowledge to the academic and workplace settings. To achieve this, participants will work together in teams, pairs and individually through forum discussions.

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  • Employability Skills for University Graduates
    English Language Category
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    Student: Prof. Ghada Abdel HafeezStudent: Firas AdadaStudent: Hussain AL mearajStudent: Prof. Omar Al-jarrahStudent: Sami Al-KhawaldehStudent: Zahra AlHatemStudent: Aqeela alnashabaStudent: ‪Muhammad alqahtani‬‏Student: Shadi AlrabadiStudent: Dr. Omer Awad hag Awad HagStudent: Maher Ben MoussaStudent: Hilda BraineeStudent: Hend DaoudStudent: Banan DaraisehStudent: Dalia ElbarbaryStudent: omer hagStudent: Mariam HamadStudent: Dr. Mohamed HamouriStudent: Dr. Yahia HassanStudent: Dr. Samrena JabeenStudent: m mStudent: Alaa Nasr EldinStudent: Aalia QuadirStudent: Kaldun SaidStudent: Rania YacoubStudent: ziad yahya

    Employability Skills for University Graduates

    Job seekers need to understand the fundamental employability skills that employers expect from them.

    Employability Skills for University Graduates is a hands-on-course which will provide opportunities for work-based learning experiences to graduates. The course, which is relevant and rigorous, effectively prepares them for the job market.

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  • Exploring Fiction & Understanding Its Elements
    English Language Category
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    Teacher: Amir Simkesh

    Exploring Fiction & Understanding Its Elements

    Course Description

    The objective of this mini-course is to furnish participants with a thorough comprehension of the elements of fiction, i.e., plot, character, setting, point of view, theme, and literary devices. By means of exhaustive explanations, accompanied by illustrative examples and engaging exercises, participants will acquire insight into the relationship among these elements in crafting captivating narratives, thereby enriching their understanding and appreciation of fiction.

    Course Objectives

    1. To provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental elements of fiction, such as plot, character, setting, point of view, theme, and literary devices
    2. To enhance participants’ ability to analyze and evaluate the interplay of these elements within fictional texts
    3. To equip participants with the skills to recognize and interpret the significance of various literary techniques and devices employed by authors in crafting fiction
    4. To foster critical thinking and analytical skills through engaging with diverse literary works and exploring their thematic and stylistic complexities
    5. To cultivate participants’ appreciation for the artistry and craftsmanship involved in creating compelling narratives, thereby deepening their enjoyment and understanding of fiction

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