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  • April 2016

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    Farida Badr

    Curriculum Vitae

    Education:

    1-ACTFL OPI Arabic tester certified, The American Council on the Teaching of

    Foreign Languages, the Oral Proficiency Interview in July 2013-2017.

    2- PhD candidate at Cairo university, Institute of Educational Studies, department of

    High Education and Continuing Learning, in the field of TAFL, Teaching Arabic as a

    Foreign Language, Expected graduation 2017.

    3- Masters of TAFL, Teaching Arabic as a foreign language, at AUC the American

    University in Cairo 2008.

    4- Bachelor of Archaeology with honors, minor Egyptology, Cairo University.

    5- Graduate Diploma in Arabic and Islamic Studies faculty of Dar El Eloom, Cairo

    University.

    6- Bachelor of Education, minor educational technology including:

    A- Graduate General Diploma in Education Institute of Educational Studies, Cairo

    University.

    B-Graduate Special Diploma in Counseling and Technology, Institute of Educational

    Studies, Cairo University.

    C-Graduate Diploma in CALL, Computer Assisted Language Learning Institute of

    Educational Studies, Cairo University.

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    7- Graduate Diploma in prehistory, Faculty of Archaeology at Cairo University.

    8- Diploma of CCTAFL, Career Certificate of Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language

    at SCE, School of Continuing Education in the American university in Cairo.

    9- Diploma of certificate in Translation: from Arabic to English and from English to

    Arabic Language at SCE, School of Continuing Education in the American university in

    Cairo.

    Positions and years of experience:

    1-Lecturer in Arabic for more than ten years at UNC, the university of North Carolina

    at Chapel Hill and AUC, the American university in Cairo.

    2- Arabic language lecturer in summer 2011 and summer 2012 at the Middlebury

    College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

    3-Coordinator of the first Immersion Arabic program at UNC in summer 2012.

    4- Volunteer reviewer of Educational program accreditation at ACTFL/NCATE/CAEP,

    Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), which was formerly National

    Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

    5-Volunteer ACTFL/OPI tester in Arabic, The American Council on the Teaching of

    Foreign Languages and the Oral Proficiency Interview.

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    Employment history:

    1. Arabic Lecturer at UNC, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, July 1st 2010

    present.

    2. Arabic lecturer at Middlebury College at Mills in summer 2012.

    3. Arabic Lecturer at SILP, summer intensive program at MIIS, Monterey institute of

    international studies, CA, summer 2011.

    4. Arabic Lecturer at AUC, the American University in Cairo, 2006 to summer 2010.

    5. Teaching assistant at AUC, the American university in Cairo 2005\2006.

    6. Teaching Arabic and computer for ten years at MOE, Ministry of Education at five

    Egyptian public and private schools.

    7. A tour guide and curator in the Egyptian museum at Tahrir square.

    8. A tour guide and curator in the Islamic museum in Monira, and the Coptic

    museum in Old Cairo.

    Prizes and awards:

    1- The honoring award of a volunteer accreditation reviewer at ACTFL/CAEP fall

    2014, spring and fall 2015.

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    2- The award of Ford foundation fellowship for distinguished students and leaders

    in their countries and attending the English and leadership training at University of

    Arkansas.

    3- Teaching assistantship at the American university in Cairo, the Arabic language

    institute.

    4- The award of the Teacher of the year at Green private school, Cairo.

    5- The award of the The distinguished Student of the year at Faculty of

    Archaeology, Cairo University.

    6- The award of the Ideal Student of the year at Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo

    University.

    7- The award of the Distinguished student in ancient Middle Eastern history by

    professor. Ahmed Fakhry at Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University.

    8- The award of the Distinguished student in ancient Egyptian history by

    professor. Abd El Aziz Saleh at Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University.

    Books:

    Contemporary Juristic Issues related to Muslim Women or Muslim Womens Fiqh

    .El Aqsa El Dawlia El-Haram, Cairo ,

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    Academic presentations and chairing sessions:

    1. Presenting a co-research paper in the International Journal of Arts and Sciences

    (IJAS) International Conference for Academic Disciplines in Freiburg, Germany

    December 2015 under the name of A proposed Curriculum Approach to

    Develop an Arabic Cultural Dimension to Learning the Arabic Language for

    Non-Native Speakers.

    2. Presenting a research and survey about virtual Arabic classes through Illuminate

    Live! Bridge program on Sakai at the Asian studies department workshop in April

    10th spring 2015.

    3. Presenting a paper in IDEC, International Distance Educational Conference, Doha,

    Qatar with the title, Common Writing Mistakes of Arabic on the Facebook,

    fall 2014

    4. Spring 2014, April 24th -27th attending the NCOLCTL, National Council of Less

    Commonly Taught Languages and Chairing two sessions: Action Research in a

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    Second Language Classroom and Preparing Learners to Become Competent

    Members of a Foreign Culture on Friday April 25th

    2014.

    5. Fall 2013, October 10th-13th attending the MESA conference, Middle East studies

    association and chairing the panel with the title: Living with neighbors on Friday

    Oct. 11th

    , 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana .

    6. Presenting a paper in NCOLCTL, National Council of Less Commonly Taught

    Languages in Chicago, IL with the title, Creating and evaluation a new Arabic

    summer immersion program, spring 2013 .

    7. Presenting a paper with the title Non-Arabic words in the Egyptian proverbs

    in the first international Congress on Arabic & English Applied Linguistics and

    Rhetoric & Writing Challenges in Teaching Language and Rhetoric, at AUC, the

    American University in Cairo March 23-26, 2009.

    8. A guest speaker presenting a lecture with the title How to be a successful IFP

    fellow at the IFP, International Ford Foundation Fellows meeting with new

    fellows 2007\ 2008 at Amideast Egypt, Cairo 2008.

    Attending Conferences:

    A- Fall 2015, (IJAS) International Conference for Academic Disciplines in Freiburg,

    Germany.

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    B- Fall 2014, IDEC, International Distance Educational Conference, Doha, Qatar.

    C- Spring 2014, April 24th -27th attending the NCOLCTL, National Council of Less

    Commonly Taught Languages

    D- Fall 2013, October 10th-13th attending the MESA conference, Middle East studies

    association.

    E- Attending the ACTFL convention, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign

    Languages annual convention in Orlando, Florida, Fall 2013, November 22-24th

    .

    F- Attending and presented a paper at the NCOLCTL, National Council of Less

    Commonly Taught Languages, my papers name is Creating and evaluating a

    new Arabic immersion program. Also, chairing session # 4G about the

    "Kswahili language" spring 2013.

    G- Attending the ACTFL convention, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign

    Languages annual convention in Philadelphia and the workshop of

    ACTFL/NCATE standards for the preparation of foreign language teachers on

    Thursday November 15th 2012.

    H- Attending the NCOLCTL, National Council of Less Commonly Taught

    Languages 2012 in Madison WI from April 27th till April 29

    th in Sheraton Hotel.

    I- Attending ACTFL convention, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign

    Languages annual convention and world language expo and the Arabic workshop

    in Denver November 17th to 20

    th 2011.

    J- Attending and presenting a paper in the first International Congress on Arabic &

    English Applied Linguistics and Rhetoric & Writing Challenges in Teaching

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    Language and Rhetoric, at AUC, the American University in Cairo March 23-26,

    2009.

    K- Attending BERA conference, British Educational Research Association, London,

    September 2007.

    Grants:

    1-The Middle East and Islamic center grant to attend the ACTFL conference in Fall

    2011 at Denver, Colorado. ($500)

    2-The African center grant for attending the NCOLCTL workshop in April 27th

    2012 at

    Madison, Wisconsin. ($250)

    3-The Heloise Catherine Merrill Faculty Excellence grant at the Department of Asian

    Studies to attend the NCOLCTL conference from April 27th,

    2012 at Madison,

    Wisconsin. ($600)

    4- T he Middle East and Islamic center grant to attend the ACTFL conference in Fall

    2012 at Philadelphia, PA. ($500)

    5-The Heloise Catherine Merrill Faculty Excellence grant at the Department of Asian

    Studies to attend the ACTFL OPI workshop in MIILS College, CA summer 201