Lamya Ramadan, M.A

English Language Instructor
+966 11 224222 Ext: 4917
Areas of Expertise
  • ESL Teaching
  • PYP Skills Teaching
  • IELTS
  • English Native Speaker
  • Curriculum Revision
  • Academic Research Writing
  • English Literature Research Writing
  • Academic Literary Novel Analysis

Education

  • MA. Masters of Arts Degree in  English language & Comparative Literature. 2001 American University in Cairo, Egypt.
  • American Diploma in Modern Teaching Methods. 1997 Pennsylvania, USA.
  • B.A. Bachelor Degree in Mass Communications & Minor in English & Comparative Literature. 1987 The American University in Cairo, Egypt.
  • London GCE (UK)  1982 British Council, Nigeria.

Experience

  • English Language & Academic Instructor, INTERLINK, Al Yamamah University, Riyadh, KSA  2013 – Today
  • English Language & Literature Academic Instructor, Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, KSA  2006 – 2013
  • English Language Skills & PYP Instructor, King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA. 2002 – 2006

Publications/  Internationally Accepted & Presented Research Conference Papers :

  • SSA Semiotic Society of America. 39th Conference, Seattle-Washington. Oct.2014 “Wagda” I Want To Ride A Bicycle Like My Friend” : A Call from a 12-year old girl in the Desert to be allowed to ride a Bike in front of everybody.
  • IJAS International Journal for Academic Disciplines. Freiburg, Gottenheim Germany.  2014 Germany. Dec. 2014  “This Is Chaos”: A Miraculous Awakening of a Society upon being inspired by the Film Arts .
  • IJAS Orlando, USA. International Conference for Academic Disciplines, 2011. Rosen College, Orlando. presented. “The Role of ‘We-men’ and ‘wo-men’ in American and Arab Contemporary Families. A Comparative study of Tennessee William’s The Glass Menagerie, Arthur Miller’s Death of A Salesman and Naguib Mahfuz’ Trilogy: Palace Walk, Palace of Desire and Sugar Street
  • 41st NEMLA, North East Modern Language Association. Mc Gill University, Montreal-Canada, April-2010 Presented a paper on “Imrataan” :An Egyptian Adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s Novel : Lady Windermere’s Fan.
  • NILETESOL, The 14th Annual AUC/NileTESOL Skills Conference. Cairo, Egypt. The American University in Cairo, Egypt. Presented a workshop on “Teaching Research Across Courses.” Feb. 2010.