Events and news
- Professor Ahmad Atawneh and Miss Eman Dmeiri accompanied 12 MA students to the United States of America in an International Leadership Program sponsored by the US State Department. The group visited about 15 universities and community colleges in 5 states over a period of 4 weeks from June 9th to July 5th 2010. MA students came back with a very rich experience about the US culture and nature of TESOL programs there.
- Professor Ahmad Atawneh published a new paper “The Language of Occupation” Hebron University Research Journal. V.5.No. 1
- Dr Mohammed Farrah and Dr. Hanna Tushyeh got an acceptance for their paper “Enhancing Reading and Writing Skills among Hebron University Students through CALL. ” Hebron University Research Journal.
- Dr. Raghad Dwaik published a new paper “Motivation Types among EFL College Students: Insights from the Palestinian Context” An-Najah University Journal for Research - Humanities (B). Volume 24 , Issue 1 , 2010
- The English Department held The First Symposium on Research in Applied Linguistics and TESOL. Hebron University. 19th December 2009
- The English department held a workshop about Skills and Systems in ELT. A 20 Hour British Council Training Course. Hebron University 10-14 January 2010.
- Dr. Ahmed Atawneh presented a research paper “The language of Occupation” APETAU 4th International Conference. Jordan. 14-16/11/2009.
- Dr. Mohammad Farrah attended the International Visitor Leadership Program on Teaching English as a Second Language March 15- April 2, 2010. USA
- Dr. Mohammad Farrah attended the TESOL's 44th Annual Convention and Exhibit (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages). March 24-28, 2010. Boston, Massachusetts USA
- On the 15th May 2010 Dr. Adel Atawneh and Mr. Basim Al-Sahib accompanied a group of English Language students on a trip to Al-Qasabah Theater in Ramallah to watch the performance entitled “One Step To the Moon.” It was a fruitful and educational experience.
- Dr. Ahmed Atawneh presented a paper under the title “Political discourse of the Israeli Occupation: the spirit of Orientalism.” International conference of Language, conflict, and security. Cambridge University, UK April 10-11, 2010
- During the past three months, several MA theses in the Applied Linguistics and TESOL were sent for examinations and the students defended their theses successfully.