I’m Dr Mansoor S. Almalki, I work as an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, Dean of Supportive Studies, and Director of the English Language Centre at Taif University. I obtained my PhD from the University of Melbourne (Language Assessment) in 2014 & my MA in TESOL from Curtin University in 2009, I hold Cambridge Train the Trainer & CELTA certificates, and taught English for several years in Saudi Arabia as well as in Australia. My main research interests include language assessment, teacher identity, professional development, blended approaches in language education, and qualitative research methods in applied linguistics.
Dr Mansoor S. Almalki
Dr Ghazi Algethami
I am an Associate Professor in Linguistics at Taif University. I am interested in second language acquisition, in particular how speech and pronunciation are learned and taught. I also have a professional experience in academic quality assurance, accreditation, and development.
Daliyah Hesham Saleh Alzeer
I am an experienced English instructor and an active researcher at Taif University. I have an MA in English literature with second honors from Taif University, 2018. Academic volunteering and enhancing the students’ academic experiences are two of my professional priorities. I presented and participated in many conferences, programs, and workshops regarding training, self-development, academic research, TESL, PD, and programming. My research interests include computational linguistics, psycho linguistics, and theoretical linguistics. I always appreciate research collaboration.
El-Saed Ramadan Ibrahim
I am a CELTA certified teacher and MA (Applied Linguistics) holder with over 20 years of a teaching career. I have taught English in different institutions in Egypt as well as in KSA. I have been teaching English as a lecturer at Taif University for 8 years. I have a genuine interest in developing my students’ proficiency in the English language and eagerly engage in the process of teaching and learning. I have achieved many certificates in teaching English such as teaching grammar, speaking, pronunciation, vocabulary, and oriented assessment in addition to attending a lot of TESOL symposiums at Taif University and Cambridge University Press.
Alexis Ade Oyebade
A native English teacher obtaining a Masters Degree in English Language Teaching (ELT) from The University of East London and a CELTA certificate. An enthusiastic and motivated person who is eager to lecture second language learners of English in order to benefit others and likewise further one’s experience in the field of teaching English as a foreign language (TEFOL). A highly organised and efficient individual with experience in teaching English to a wide variety of learners ranging from children to Arab university students and medical doctors
I am certified Cambridge Teacher Trainer and English language instructor at TUELC. I have been teaching English since 2019. I am BA holder of English department and MA TESOL student at Taif University. I am interested in professional development.
Yaser Hussien Hage
I was born and raised in Aleppo city, Syria. I am an English language instructor, certified CELTA. I have a published paper entitled VLSs . I am in the final stage of obtaining the master degree from Malaysia (viva stage) . I have been working as a coordinator at Turabah branch for two years.
I am Abdulhameed Gary an English Instructor at the English Language Center at Taif university. I hold a Master Degree in Teaching Methodology from Umm Alqura University and I am a CELTA certified. Teaching English is my only and lovely job, and I have been teaching English language for more than 25 years.
I graduated with a BA from the university of central Lancashire (Preston, UK) and completed my CELTA and TEFL Advance. I have been an ELT teacher at Taif university for 6 years. I taught medical students for the last 3 years. I worked for Lancashire County Council (Preston UK), Blackburn & Darwen council for 12 years, where I taught ICT skills embedded with English literacy to adults of all ages in many different venues across Lancashire. I was observed by the Lancashire Adult inspectorate with positive feedback. I am always committed to good teaching practice that will enhance students learning. I have an excellent rapport with students, which help students to achieve their goals.
Abdulaziz Mohammed Khair
I graduated from Omdurman Islamic University faculty of arts, in 1998, Sudan. I had a BA degree in English language and its literature. I have been teaching English as second language for more than twenty years. I worked in several educational institutions in Sudan and Saudi Arabia. I am an English language instructor at Taif University, English language centre. I worked as a course coordinator for six semester. I attended lots of professional development courses. I am an MA scholar in applied linguistics. I am interested in error correction and feedback and their role in enhancing EFL/ESL learners’ achievement.