A Training Course on Creative and Interactive Conversation
in English is Successfully Concluded
On May 29th, a training course on creative and
interactive conversation in English was successfully
concluded at the University. The course was part of a series
of training courses organized by the University-based
International Youth Exchange Program (Zajel) and the Office
of the University President Assistant for Graduate Affairs.
More than 25 students from the University participated in
the course which was administered by the international
volunteer Maryoline Mashers who trained the students on
interactive conversation, practicing language, employing
imagination methods, talking about global events, assuming
roles in acting and mythology in training.
Raghad Al-Kukhun, a student from the Faculty of Arts, said
the course was very useful to her and that it encouraged the
students to develop their English skills and their
personalities through practical use of the language. Other
students mentioned that the course helped them acquire more
skills and experience in English conversation which would
help them in their after-graduation job-seeking period.
This course is based on the necessity to train the
University’s students on a variety of skills related to
English which are most needed at the workplace. Having
advanced English skills can maximize the graduates’ chances
of finding a job. The training courses that the Zajel
Program and the Office of the University President Assistant
for Graduate Affairs hold are of vital importance to the
University’s students since such course offer training in a
variety of fields.