قسم اللغة الانجليزية

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حول قسم اللغة الانجليزية

تأسس قسم اللغة الانجليزية بمدينة طرابلس سنة  1965 و كان يتبع كلية المعلمين العليا  واستمر مع تغيير الاسم إلى كلية التربية سنة 1971م، ثم إلى مركز العلوم الإنسانية سنة 1986م.  في العام الدراسي 1986 -1987 تأسست كلية اللغات  تحت  اسم مركز اللغات , فى سنة 1988 صدر قرار اللجنة الشعبية العامة (سابقا) رقم 245 لسنة 1988 بتسمية المركز باسم كلية اللغات، في العام 2002   أدمجت كلية اللغات وكلية العلوم الاجتماعية والتطبيقية وكلية التربية تحت مسمى "كلية الآداب".

  في بداية فصل الخريف من العام الجامعي 2008-2009  أعيد نشاط كلية اللغات الأكاديمي في جميع مراحله عملا بقرار اللجنة الشعبية العامة (سابقا) رقم 535 لعام 2007   بشأن إعادة تنظيم الجامعات والمعاهد العليا ، ومن ثم تم فصل أقسام اللغات و من ضمنها قسم اللغة الانجليزية جميعها "طلابا وأساتذة" والتي كانت مند دمجة في كلية الآداب.

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نادية سعيد بن حامد هي احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم اللغة الانجليزية بكلية اللغات, جامعة طرابلس. ماجستير لغة إنجليزية _ تخصص علم اللغة التطبيقي. 2010. الدرجة العلمية أستاذ مساعد منذ 2020. تعمل الاستاذة نادية بجامعة طرابلس منذ 2011 إلى تاريخ هذا اليوم ،،ولها أوراق بحثية مختلفة في مجال تخصصها العلمي.

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Using Short Stories in Teaching English to Libyan learners

Abctract: The aim of this study is to investigate and demonstrate the role of using short stories in teaching English to adult Libyan learners, and to outline the results of integrating this genre of literature on the learners' four language skills. This study traces back the use of literature in general, and short stories in specific on teaching English as EFL and ESL. Moreover, it illustrates the benefits and drawbacks of using stories as supplementary materials in teaching. Also, it suggests various activities to be used in the language classroom to enhance the learners' receptive and productive skills. Furthermore, it discusses the results of using short stories in teaching English to Libyan learners and how did they respond to different literary texts. On the basis of the results of this research, the researcher hopes to show all English teachers in Libya the importance of making use of short stories in teaching, as it results in the enhancement of the learners' language skills and makes the learning and teaching processes more collaborative and enriching not just in language, but also in terms of motivating the learner, broadening his insights, and improving his critical thinking, learning autonomy and creativity. The methodology followed was based on the researcher's personal observation in teaching two experimental classes with two different levels using short stories as supplementary materials. In opposition to teaching other classes with the same language levels but without using 3 any short stories in the teaching process. The results noticed from the learners' home works, language competence and classroom activities showed that the two experimental classes' language abilities enhanced noticeably far more than the other classes.
فاطمة محمد دلة (2015)
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The City of the White Wall: A Creative Writing about the Old City of Tripoli

Abstract: The Old City of Tripoli (the Medina) is one of the oldest surviving historical cities in the world, established as an (Emporium) in the second millennium B.C. Not only is it the most important urban settlement on the Libyan coast, but also one of the oldest capitals in the world. It is the city of the White Wall, and the researcher is the storyteller of its narrative in the lights of an experience of twenty years within the society of the Medina. In addition to the importance of its strategic location, some other significant dimensions of its story, architecture, culture, traditions and tourism are basically included.
مريم أحمد سلامة (2015)
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Curriculum Deficiencies in T.T. Institutes to Train and Prepare the Professionally Qualified Teachers, to Teach English for Specific Purposes in Secondary Schools in Tripoli

Abstract: The main concern of this thesis is to examine the deficiencies of very important role of curriculum and syllabus plans in Tripoli Teacher Institutes to train and prepare the professionally qualified teachers to teach English for Specific Purposes in secondary schools in Tripoli. This study intended to investigate whether the curriculum and syllabus plans used in Teacher Training Institutes are adequate for training and preparing professional English for Specific Purposes teachers in secondary schools in Tripoli. Curriculum includes the philosophy, purposes, design, and implementation of the whole program. In this study a questionnaire and interview (of fifteen items) were distributed to two hundred and twenty five students who were enrolled in the 6th, 7th, and 8th semesters in the English department in Tripoli, Ganzour, and Bin- Ghesher in three Teaching Training, a questionnaire of twelve items was distributed to twenty secondary school teachers in various secondary schools in (Tripoli, Ganzour, and Bin- Ghesher ) schools, and interviews to twenty institute teachers in three institutes in Tripoli for investigation of curriculum and syllabus plans.
محجوبة أبوبكر الزيدي (2012)
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