Using Literature in TAFL & Designing Abridged Literary Materials
Maqam for Arabic Studies & the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies
Maqam for Arabic Studies & the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies Invite you to attend a Two- day workshop, Tuesday 4th -Wednesday 5th 2023 on Using Literature in TAFL & Designing Abridged Literary Materials.
|An Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies workshop|
|Date||4 - 5 April 2023|
|Time||Event spans several days|
|Provider||Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies|
|Speaker(s)||Dr. Laila Familiar, NYU Abu Dhabi|
Day 1- 1.4 Peter Chalk
- Using literature in L2 education.
- How to use different literary genres.
- Benefits of using literary texts.
- Extensive reading in Arabic.
- Abridged literature.
- Process of abridging Arabic literature
- Pedagogical Task
Day 2- Lecture theatre 1. IAIS
- Share and discuss pedagogical proposals
- Designing activities for literary texts
- The process of publishing abridged literary works
Senior Lecturer of Arabic Language Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi Education: MA The American University in Cairo; PhD Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Laila Familiar has been in the field of Second Language Education since 1999, and she has a special interest in Arabic language teacher education, curricular design, and corpus linguistics. She is project manager of Khallina, a website developed for the teaching and learning of Arab culture(s) through open source audiovisuals. She is also the editor of two literature-based textbooks, Sayyidi wa Habibi (2013) and Saaq al-Bambuu (2016) for learners of Arabic, and the translator of La Tía Safeyya y el Monasterio (2000), a novel by Egyptian author Bahaa Taher.