• المقرارت الدراسية

    المواد الدراسية

    اسم المقرر Course Name Course Code اجبارية / اختيارية نظري / عملي مساندة/تخصصية
    مبادئ قواعد اللغة الإنجليزية Principles of English Grammar EN203 اجبارية عملي تخصصية

    وصف المقرر الدراسي*

    وصف المقرر الدراسي
    :
    أهــداف الـمـقـرر*
    By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
    Introduction to English Grammar will provide you with a basic understanding of the workings of English grammar. You will gain this understanding through the study and analysis of the structure of Engl

    المعرفة والفهم*

    المهارات العامة والمنقولة المصادر العلمية والمهنية المهارات الدهنية المعرفة والفهم
    After successfully completing the module, the student: 2. can analyze English sentences in terms of grammatical form and function 3. can write standard academic English at a level of grammatical corre test/quiz/ taking an exam by teaching the objectives to the classes

    اساليب التعليم*

    اساليب التعليم

    المراجع والدوريات*

    عنوان المراجع المؤلف النسخة الناشر مكان تواجدها
    Oxford guide to English Garammar Jane Eastwood 2002 Jane Eastwood on line

    المحتوى العلمي للمقرارت الدراسية*

    الموضوع العلمي التمارين عدد الساعات المحاضرة المعمل
    These are important grammar objectives for basic English courses. Present simple/present continuous (present progressive): Contrast between habits and temporary actions. Past simple Past continuous: 2 2 2 2
    Present simple/present continuous (present progressive): Contrast between habits and temporary actions. 2 2 2 2
    Present simple/present continuous (present progressive): Contrast between habits and temporary actions. 2 2 2 2
    Past simple 2 2 2 2
    Past continuous: Focus on use with the past simple to describe 'interrupted actions' in the past 2 2 2 2
    Present perfect: Focus on the use of present perfect for unfinished time—i.e. the duration form. Focus should also include adverbs commonly used with the present perfect, such as since, for, just, alr 2 2 2 2
    Future with "will:" Contrast this form with future intentions form—i.e. future with "going to." 2 2 2 2
    Present continuous (present progressive): Use for future intentions and plans, discuss similarities to future with "going to." 2 2 2
    Present continuous (present progressive): Use for future intentions and plans, discuss similarities to future with "going to." 2 2 2 2
    Present continuous (present progressive): Use for future intentions and plans, discuss similarities to future with "going to." 2 2 2 2
    Modal verbs of deduction: Use of must be, might be, and can't be in the present. 2 2 2 2
    Modal verbs of deduction: Use of must be, might be, and can't be in the present. 2 2 2 2
    Modal verbs of deduction: Use of must be, might be, and can't be in the present. 2 2 2 2