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Amna Musabbeh Alqaydi Lecturer Academic RankLecturer


  • Language and grammar

Research Interests:

  • The language of the Holy Quran


Baccalaureate Arabic Language, Uae University, Al Ain, Recognition Excellence with Second Honors (3.60). • Professional diploma in teaching UAE University, Eye, Excellence Recognition with First Honor (4/4). • Master of Arabic language and literature, majoring in language and about, University of Sharjah, very good appreciation.3.56. • Now am studding PhD.
1. Participating in the Ras Al Khaimah Book Fair 2017. 2. Participate in a research paper at the Conference of Modern Trends in Arabic Language Education and Learning in 2016. 3. Participating in many voluntary and community work, within the school community. 4. Participating in the Uae Red Crescent Student Crescent Competition four times in which the school won third and second place. 5. Participating with the school in the Sharjah Volunteering Competition and winning it. 6. Participating in two papers in the Journal of the Dubai College of Islamic and Arab Studies entitled: (a) Arabic and the claim of applying intonation in it. (b) The expression of thirty chapters of the Qur'an by Ibn Khallawia (a study compared to the Book of Meanings of the Qur'an for furs). 7. Release of the first collection of stories entitled (Sol) Sunshine. 8. Issuing a story for young people entitled: The Mountain Echo.entitled: Planning and Linguistic Security. 10. Participating in the first postgraduate forum with a research paper entitled: Contiguousins in the Appendixes of the Holy Quran is a semantic approach.
 The first session of the Aqder Writing Initiative, 2016.  • Working paper recruitment course in the learning process, 7/5/2013.  • Educational bag preparation course, 11 March 2013.  • Training bag course for integration schools, from 25 September 2013 to 27/11/2013.  Attending the 3rd Forum to present best educational practices, 26/10/2013.
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