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Name: Khaleel  Bader  Bataineh
Institution: Irbid National University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Jordan   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: - Special training about distance learning and virtual classroom, the Deanship of Distance Education and E-Learning, Jazan University, 2012.

- Training course about developing teaching portfolio, Jazan University, 2011.

- International Conference on Language, Penang, Malaysia, May 2009/Presenter. “Gender Differences related to the Types of Simple Past Tense and Past Progressive Tense Errors”.

- Asian EFL Conference, Pusan, S. Korea, April 2009/Presenter. “Common Errors in the Use of the Simple Past and Past Progressive Tenses in Jordanian Undergraduate EFL Students' writings”.

-International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning/ KL, Malaysia 2008/ Presenter.' English Tense Errors in Jordanian Undergraduate Students’ Essays'
- Social Sciences Conference/Granada, Spain, 2007 'Malaysian ESL Students’ Use of Reading Strategies'.

-The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations/ Amsterdam, The Netherland 2007 'Second Language Learning Beliefs of University Students'.

-The 6th Malaysia International Conference on English Language Teaching (MICELT 2006) /Participant.

-The 13th Colloquium for Education/ National University of Malaysia 2006/ Presenter.” An Analysis of Morphological Errors in Jordan Undergraduate Students’ Essays in Writing”
Courses Taught: Syntax
Introduction to Linguistics
English Skills
Applied Linguistics
Grammar
Reading



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