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Prof.Abdulkader Asaad Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • Syntax

Research Interests:

  • Syntactic studies, the Hole Kuran Language, Islamic sciences.

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Degree Date University and Country Thesis Title 1- BA 28/6/1977 Baghdad - Iraq - 2- MA 30/1/1982 Baghdad - Iraq The Impact of Syntactic and Linguistic Significance in Eliciting Legislative Judgments from the Verses of the Holy Koran. 3-PhD 29/3/1987 Baghdad - Iraq Jame’ Al-uloum Al-Nahawi/his life and views and verification of his book (Problems Detection and Dilemmas Clarification in Parsing the Holy Koran). 4-Scientific License 1//10/1993 Iraq An authorizations to teach Islamic Sharia and Arabic given by Iraqi Scholars.
• Discuss the graduation researches for students of the Department of Arabic Language male students. • Supervise the graduate researches of the Department of Arabic language female students. • Supervised dozens of research papers.
• Participated in many committees of the department, college and university as member and chair. • Journal of the Faculty of Arabic Language- Al-Azhar University, Cairo. • Al Tajdid Journal Islamic University- Malaysia. • I have been nominated by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Sharjah as an expert at the Islamic Organization in educational, scientific and cultural fields in the Islamic world.
• Supervised a number of postgraduate studies theses. • Discussed many postgraduate theses. • Supervised a big number of graduation researches for female students
• Course outlines for BA, MA, and PhD levels. • The linguistic editing of the university magazine-2008. • Academic advisor. • Books arbitration for publication. • Research arbitration for publication and academic promotion. • General presentations and lectures.
• Good planning and preparation will lead to better understanding. • Simplifying the required material and linking it to real life situations. • Familiarizing students with intellectual analysis to make sure that they master the content. • Students interaction in the class through creating discussions and taking notes. • Classroom activities and non-curriculum once such as visiting the university libraries.
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