Hanaa Aly Ayoub

Bio: 
Interested in Postcolonial literature, Arabic novel, Egyptian Novel, African Novel, Saudi Novel. Interested in the development of the literary critical theory in the Arab world. Interested in gender studies in the Middle East. Interested in social structures and social inequality.

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Hanaa Aly Hussein Ayoub

Email: hayoub@ksu.edu.sa

 

Position: Lecturer

             Department of English Language and Literature

             College of Arts

             King Saud University

 

Work Experience:

April 2010 – Present: Lecturer

    Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.                             

      College of Arts

      King Saud University

January 2008 – April 2010: Language Instructor

                                            Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

                                            College of Arts

                                            King Saud University

September 2007 – January 2008: Cooperator

                                           Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

                                           College of Arts

                                           King Saud University

2002 – 2003: English Teacher

                  Najd National Schools for Girls

                   Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

Academic Qualifications:

2007: Masters Degree in English Literature from King Saud University / Saudi Arabia

Title of Thesis: The Dilemma of the Creative Woman in Three Novels by Marie Corelli

1999: Bachelors Degree in English Literature from King Saud University / Saudi Arabia 

Committees:

2011/2012 First Semester - Present: Coordinator of Schedule & Rooms Committee / Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

2009 / 2010 Second Semester: Member of Students’ Club Committee (coordinator of Book Club) – Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

2009 Second Semester: Member in Academic Advising Committee – Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

2008 / 2009 – Present: Coordinator of Registration Committee – Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

2008 Second Semester – 2009/2010 First Semester: Coordinator of Schedule Committee / Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

2008 Second Semester: SkillfulMember in Social Affairs Committee – Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit.

      Member of Academic Advising Committee – Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit. 

Relevant Skills:

Volunteer in the Students Academic Support Center in Dept. of Eng. Lang. & Lit. / College of Arts / King Saud University

Participated in Improving the Department Committee and presented a seminar on “SkilfulThinking in the Classroom” 

Training Sessions & Workshops:

Effective Teaching: 19 – 21 April 2008

Active Teaching and Teaching Big Classes: 26 April 2008 

Performance of University Professor in a Renewed World: 30 – 31 December 2008

The Seven Keys for Excellence in Teaching: 13 – 14 / 3 2010

Integration of Thinking Skills in the Curriculum: 12 – 14 / 4 / 2010

Learning Management System Training: 3 – 4 / 4 / 2010

Mind Maps: Application in College Training: 11 – 12 / 12 / 2010

The Scientific Approach for Writing Dissertations: 19 – 21 / 2 / 2011

Cooperative Learning: 13 – 15 / 3 / 2011

Searching in Databases and Digital Libraries: 7 – 8 / 5 / 2011 

Teaching Experience:

Basic Language Skills, Level 1

Vocabulary Building, Level 1

Translation Eng. to Arabic, Level 1

Reading Comprehension I, Level 1

Reading Comprehension II, Level 2

Intro. to Literary Forms, Level 2

Essay Writing I, Level 3

Translation, Level 3

Rise of the Novel, Level 3

Appreciating Poetry, Level 4

Intro. to American Literature, Level 4

Essay Writing II, Level 4

Romantic Poetry, Level 5

Speech, Level 5

19th Century Novel, Level 6

Modern British Novel, Level 8

 

Personal Data:

Date of birth: 24 / 01 / 1971.

Place of birth: Cairo / Egypt.

Nationality: Saudi.

Social Status: Married with four children.

 

Language, Computer, and Other Skills:

French: Studied 6 years in preparatory and secondary school

German: Lived in Germany for 3 years and understand simple everyday language.

Arabic: Native language

Responsible for electronic registration of students in the department.

Responsible for entering schedule on the system of the university.

Responsible for electronically assigning students to their advisors

Competent with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.