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Realities, Experiences, Challenges, and Remedies on Teaching and Learning English, Translation, and Literature in the Post-Pandemic Coronavirus Atmosphere in the World

 

The #Democratic_Arabic_Center based in Germany – Berlin, is pleased to present the work book of the international conference :- Realities, Experiences, Challenges, and Remedies on Teaching and Learning English, Translation, and Literature in the Post-Pandemic Coronavirus Atmosphere in the World

In collaboration with

  • The University of Benghazi  –  Libya
  • The University of Mosul College of Education for Humanities – Iraq
  • Al-Quds Open University –  Palestine
  • Mustapha Stambouli Mascara University –  Algeria
  • Manouba University – Tunisia

 

Realities, Experiences, Challenges, and Remedies on Teaching and Learning English, Translation, and Literature in the Post-Pandemic Coronavirus Atmosphere in the World

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Abstract

Learning and teaching English in expanding and outer circle countries encounter various challenges. Most of experiences in teaching and learning English in such countries have been proven unsatisfactory. So, this virtual international conference is a great opportunity for researchers and educators to present their papers in an international academic gathering regarding their experiences in teaching translation and English in their countries. The conference, also, provides great opportunities to the participants to publish their papers in an edited book free of charge and benefit from academic discussions.

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Index of Issue

Day Two: Monday June 7, 2021

Keynote Speaker:

Prof. Prakash Kona (English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, India)

Title: Learning and Teaching English at Pandemic Corona Virus

First Session

  Linguistic & Psycholinguistics  issues regarding teaching or learning English, translation, or literature in the post-pandemic Corona virus. Author/s Institution Country

 

Time
1 EFL Psycholinguistic Perceptions about Using Virtual Classrooms in Learning Writing  at QOU during the Covid-19 Pandemic Nashaat Elmassr,

Fatima Dwaikat, &

Jehad Almosalami

Al-Quds Open University Palestine 6:30 – 6:45

 

2 A Constructivist Perspective on How Teachers Can Raise Students’ Motivation and Autonomy in Online Learning Fouzia Ziane,

Assia Baghdadi, &

Rachid Mehdi

Department of English Language and Literature, University of Msila, Algeria 6:50 – 7:05
3 The Effectiveness of Foreign Language Anxiety on EFL Learners’ Speaking Skill in Libyan Universities Ahmed Sanoussi Al Jawad Department of English Language, Faculty of Arts & Science Kufrah, University of Benghazi Libya 7:10 – 7:25
4 The Significance of Linguistics in Language Teaching at Coronavirus Era Adam Alhasi Department of English, Faculty of Languages, Omar Al-Mukhtar University, Beida, Libya 7:30 – 7:45
Question and Discussion 7:50 – 8:30

 Day Two: Monday June 7, 2021

Second Session

  Issues regarding teaching or learning English language Skills & Elements in the post-pandemic Corona virus. Author/s Institution Country Time
1 Covid-19 and Border Writing Mohsen Hamli University of Manouba,

 

Tunisia 8:40 – 8:55

 

2 “of ” Prepositional Phrases in Civil Engineering Academic Written Texts: A Syntactic and Semantic Analysis Makhloufi Abdelkrim Applied Linguistics Department, University of Adrar, Algeria 9:00 – 9:15
3 In-service teacher training in Libya between myth and reality Fatima Tuhami Tomi &

Mustafa Dabia

English Language Department University of Tripoli Libya 9:20 – 9:35
  Questions and Discussion 9:35 – 9:55

 Day Two: Monday June 7, 2021

Third Session

  Challenges or remedies of teaching or learning English, translation, or literature in the post-pandemic Corona virus. Author/s Institution Country Time
1 The challenges of Teaching English to Basic School Students During COVID – 19: The Case of International Schools in Libya

 

Mohamed Almahroug

 

University of Misurata Libya 10:00 – 10:15

 

2 Investigating the Blended Learning Challenges Faced by Students of Translation in 6 Semester of the Faculty of Arts, the University of Zawia during Covid-19 Noura Bashir Shagi &

Hager Al Harari Abdullh

Translation Department, Faculty of Arts, the University of Zawia Libya 10:20 – 10:35
3 Challenges and Difficulties ESL Students Face in Reading Amal Laba English Language Department University of Tripoli Libya 10:40 – 10:55
4 The Effectiveness of Giving  E-Feedback from Libyan English Language  Teachers’ Perception Hana Abdulnnabi Ali Elkali

 

Faculty of education –Janzour University of Tripoli, Tripoli,

 

Libya 11:00 – 11:15
  Questions and Discussion 11:20 – 11:55

 Day Three: Tuesday June 8, 2021

First Session

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Nadia Nuesir  (University of Tripoli, Libya)

Title: Teaching TESOL in Post-Pandemic Corona Virus

Dr. Shaiban Harith Ahmed  (University of Tripoli, Libya)

Title: The Dark Room Teaching Technique Used and Developed Effectively by Online IELTS Courses during the Corona Virus Pandemic

   Raising the education of sharing and learning culture & Literature. Author/s Institution Country Time
1 Promoting Intercultural Understanding in the Libyan EFL Classroom through Picturebooks: A Dialogic Approach Hana El-Badri &

Fatma Abubaker

 

Department of Literature, Faculty of Languages, University of Benghazi, Libya University of Glasgow Libya &

Scotland

5:00 – 5:15

 

2 The Impact of Foreign Culture on Language Teaching Adam Alhasi Department of English, Faculty of Languages, Omar Al-Mukhtar University, Beida Libya 5:20 – 5:35
3 Translating Thought Connectors: ‘A Review to Some Assertions and Functions, in Orientalism, as a Highly Motivated Rhetorical Discourse’ Ahmed Attia H. Elimam Libya 5:40 – 5:55
4 Untranslatability Of The Holy Quran: Analytical Perspective With Reference To Four English Translations

 

Ahmed Gaibani, Fadil Elmenfi, & Sirag Shinnieb

 

Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of English, Omar Al-Mukhtar University Libya 6:00 – 6:15
5 QOU English Majors Reactions Concerning Learning Literature Courses

Online During Covid 19 Pandemic

 

Majid Hasanein English Department, Faculty of Arts, Al Quds Open University Palestine 6:20 – 6:35
  Questions and Discussion 6:25 – 6:55

Day Three: Tuesday June 8, 2021

Second Session

  Promoting the 21st century methods of teaching and theories of learning in the post-pandemic Coronavirus

 

Author/s Institution Country Time
1 The Introduction of the Communicative Speech Strategy: Towards a Better Instruction of Grammar Skills in Libyan Secondary Schools Ahmed Sanoussi Al Jawad & Fatma  Mahammed Abu Elkitan Department of English Language, Faculty of Arts & Science Kufrah, University of Benghazi Libya 7:00 – 7:15

 

2 The Influence of Mind-Mapping Teaching Technique on Improving Students’ Vocabulary Intesar Elwerfalli Department of Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Languages, University of Benghazi Libya 7:20 – 7:35
3 Mentoring as Model of EFL Teacher Development

 

Hassan Omar Magbool Bagwee Faculty of Continuing Education- University of Hodeidah, Yemen 7:40 – 7:55
  Questions and Discussion 8:00 – 8:30

 Day Three: Tuesday June 8, 2021

Third Session

  Experiences of teaching or learning English, translation, or literature in the post-pandemic Corona virus. Author/s Institution Country Time
1 Learning by Teaching: Facilitating Peer-to-Peer Tuition in Content and Language Integrated Learning John Blake University of Aizu Japan 8:35 – 8:50

 

2 Libyan EFL Learners’ Perceptions of Using Collaborative Teaching on Their Overall Learning Achievements Al Tiyb Al Khaiyali Deaprtment of English, Faculty of Arts, University of Sebha Libya 8:55 – 9:10
3 Experience of Teaching English in Libya in the Post-Pandemic Coronavirus

 

Najeeb Miftah Muman &

Fadel Bilead El-Jeadi

English Department, Faculty of Arts, Asmarya Univeristy, Zliten, Libya 9:15 – 9:30

 

4 Empower Learners in the 21st Century Skills after Coronavirus Pandemic Tamer Habara Director of AL Habara Language Center, Musrata, Libya 9:35 – 9:50
  Questions and Discussion 10:00 – 10:30

Day Four: Wednesday  June 9, 2021

First Session

  Supporting online resources and new learning technologies under Corona virus atmosphere. Author/s Institution Country Time
1 Integrating Multimedia and Technology in Open and Distance Education at Libya Open University Nadia A. Nuseir & Ahmed Maher Awad

 

 

 

English Language Department Faculty of Languages University of Tripoli

English Language Department Faculty of Education, Janzour University of Tripoli

Libya 5:00 – 5:15

 

2 The Role of Google Docs as an Instructional Tool in Enhancing Writing Skills in High Education Fatima Saad Aldawi & Ahmed Maher English Language Department University of Tripoli Libya 5:20 – 5:35
3 EFL Students’ Perceptions about Online Learning of Written Expression During the Pandemic-19 Assia Baghdadi Department of English. M’sila University Algeria 5:40 – 5:55

 

  Questions and Discussion 6:00 – 6:30

 Day Four: Wednesday  June 9, 2021

Second Session

  Technology Based Education Author/s Institution Country Time
1 The Integration of E-Learning to Professional Development Trainees’ Design of Electronic Portfolios Rania Elmajdoubi &

Haifa Yahya

Department of English Language, University of Tripoli Libya 6:35 – 6:50

 

2 EFL Sociolinguistic Perceptions about Using Virtual Classrooms in Learning Listening  at QOU during the Covid-19 Pandemic Nashaat Elmassri,

Reem Aburezeq, &

Baseem Ayyoub

Al-Quds Open University, Palestine 6:55 – 7:10
3 Investigating EFL Students’ Engagement and Satisfaction with Online Learning at Al-Quds Open University during COVID-19 Pandemic Khaled A. Dweikat Faculty of Educational Sciences Al-Quds Open University Palestine 7:15 – 7:30

 

  Questions and Discussion 7:35 – 7:55

Day Four: Wednesday  June 9, 2021

Third Session

  Second Session: The Role of Media in TEFL during COVID 19 Pandemic Author/s Institution Country

 

Time
1 The Menace of the Global Pandemic and the Obligation of New Media in Propagating Intercultural Adeptness Soumen Mukherjee School of Social Sciences & Languages VIT University, Tamil Nadu India 8:00 – 8:15

 

2 Role of Media Literacy in Teaching English Classes in Departments of English at Libyan Public Universities in Post-Pandemic Coronavirus Youssif Zaghwani Omar Department of Asian and European Languages, Faculty of Languages, University of Benghazi Libya 8:20 – 8:35
  Questions and Discussion 8:40 – 9:10
  Closing Speeches 9:15 – 10:00

Publisher : Democratic Arab Center For Strategic, Political & Economic Studies

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