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Curriculum Vitae



Name: Rasheed S. Al-JarrahDate of Birth: August, 13, 1968Nationality: Jordanian

Objective
·        Although already secured a position at a well-established, respectable institution (Yarmouk University), I am looking forward to finding a teaching and/or research position that will add to my knowledge and experience.
Education
Doctor of Philosophy (English Applied Linguistics) 1999/2002 - Ball State University/USA.
·        Dissertation: An Optimality-Theoretic Analysis of Stress in the English of Native Arabic Speakers
·        Rank: Excellent, Cumulative Average: (3.983 of 4).
·        Related coursework: Theories of Grammar, Historical Linguistics, Discourse and Text Analysis, Advanced Syntax, Phonetics, Phonology, Semantics & Pragmatics.
Master Degree|1998 1999| - Ball State University/USA.
·        Related coursework: English Grammar, Meth Eng. FL, Second Language Acquisition;, Language & Culture, Pragmatics, Research Methodology, Contrastive Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Applied linguistics.

Master Degree|1991 1994| Yarmouk University| Irbid-Jordan
·        Related coursework: Morphology and Syntax, Shakespeare, English as a foreign Language, English Composition, 18th Modern Century British Prose, English Phonetics & Phonology, English Semantics & Pragmatics, Literary Criticism
·        Thesis: Production and perception Of English sentence stress by native speakers of Arabic

Bachelor Degree|1986 1990| Yarmouk University| Irbid-Jordan
·        Major: English Language & Literature
·        Rank: Excellent, Cumulative Average: 87 (out of 100)
·        Related coursework: Grammar and Reading, Reading and Vocabulary Development, Language Skills, Listening and Speaking, Introduction to Literature, Writing I, Translation of General Texts from Arabic into English, English Language Skills, Pronunciation and Expression I, Writing II, Survey of English Literature, Translation of General Texts from English into Arabic, Skills of Aural-Oral Communication, Survey of American Literature, Survey of English Literature, Introduction to Linguistics, phonetics and Phonology, Writing about Literature, Advanced Grammar, English Syntax, Introduction to the Theory of Literary Criticism, Shakespeare and Renaissance, 19th Century English Novel, English Morphology, Contrastive Linguistics, the Novel and the Short Story, Sociolinguistics, Modern and Contemporary Drama, World Literature, Dystopian Literature and Turkish Language.  
Tawjihi "High School" Degree|  1986| Ibbin Ibillin Secondary School for Boys| Ajloun-Jordan

Secondary Education                  1983-1986    Al-Mazar School for Boys
Primary Education                       1974-1982    Al-Mazar School for Boys

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 Teaching Experience
·        Part-Time lecturer    1994/95 ­­- 1996/1997      Eng. Lang. Dept./Yarmouk
·        Full-Time lecturer     1996/97 -1997/1998      Language Center/ Yarmouk
·        Assistant Prof.          2002 - 2012                 Language center/ Yarmouk
·        Associate Prof.        25/6/2012 - 2017        Language Center/ Yarmouk
·        Full Prof.                 11/7/2017 - Now         Eng. Dept.
Courses I teach
·        Language Skills courses including 100, 101, 111, 104, 105, 401, 402, 403, 404.
·        Eng. 203 (Phonetics)
·        Eng. 204 (Phonetics and Phonology)
·        Eng 206 (Writing)
·        Eng. 310 (General Linguistics)
·        Eng. 311 (Advanced Phonetics and Phonology)
·        Eng. 313 (Advanced English Grammar)
·        Eng. 417 (Semantics)
·        Eng. 493 (Special Topic)
·        Eng. 623 (Pragmatics)
·        Eng. 626 (Discourse Analysis)
·        Eng. 621 (Phonology)
·        Eng. 691 (Special Topic)

RESEARCH
·        Research Interests: Phonology, Semantics, Pragmatics, Form-Meaning 
                                  Interface, Discourse Analysis, Text Analysis, Language   
                                  Universals, Qur'anic Language studies, Language Acquisition,
                                  Language Learning, Second Language Assessment.
·        Published Papers: Lecturer
1.      Mitleb, Fares, Fawaz Al-Abed Al-haq & Rasheed Al-Jarrah (1996). Production of English Sentence Stress by Native Speakers of Arabic.

2.    Mitleb, Fares, Fawaz Al-Abed Al-haq & Rasheed Al-Jarrah (1996). Perception of English Word Stress by Native Speakers of Arabic.

·        Published papers: Assistant professor
3.    Al-Jarrah, R. (2008). Cairene Arabic word stress: A constraint-based analysis. "Dirasat, Human and Social Sciences". 35(3): 625-638.

4.    Al-Jarrah, R. (2008). Interaction of weight effects with extrametricality in Cairene Arabic: A constraint-based analysis. "Jordan Journal of Modern Languages and Literature". 1(1): 43-60.

5.     Al-Jarrah, R. (2009). Accentuation of English verbs: A discourse analysis. "Association of Arab Universities Journal for Arts". 6(2): 75-93.

6.    Al-Jarrah, R. (2011). Why does the verb fail to be xabar? A relevance-Theoretic analysis. "International Journal of Linguistics". 3(1): 1-19. Available online at http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijl/article/view/689/pdf

7.    Al-Jarrah, R. (2011). Extrametricality revisited. " LiBri, Linguistic Literary Broad Research and Innovation". 2(1): 3-35. Available online at http://www.edusoft.ro/brain/index.php/libri/article/view/203

8.    Al-Jarrah, R. (2011). The "teaching-learning-assessment" model: a constraint-based approach. "Dirasat, Human and Social Sciences". 38(2): 709-726.

9.    Al-Jarrah, R. and Al-Ahmed, S. (2012). An optimality-theoretic account of corrective feedback in process writing. "Asian EFL Journal". 14 (3): 10-40.

10. Al-Jarrah, R. and Al-Hamdah, M. (2013). The Pragmatic Functions of the Imperative in Jordanian Arabic. "Association of Arab Universities Journal for Arts".

11. Al-Jarrah, R. (2011). Debating torment of the grave: An optimality-theoretic account of (inter)textuality. International Journal of Linguistics. 3(1): 1-32.

·        Published Papers: Associate Professor

12. Hisham Obiedat & Rasheed Al-Jarrah (2012). The Legal Translator a Photocopying Machine!. International Journal of Linguistics. 4(3): 588-603.


14. Rasheed AL-Jarrah, Yazeed Hammouri, Marwan Jarrah (3013) .Paragraph Inner Structure: THE STEP MODEL. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 3(12): 165-172.
15. Kelle Taha, Rasheed, S. Al-Jarrah, and Sami Khawaldeh . Determining the Intended Meaning of Words in a Religious Text: An intertextuality-oriented Approach. Canadian Social Science. 9(4): 15-26.
http://cscanada.net/index.php/css/article/view/j.css.1923669720130904.26.
16. Sayyah Al-Ahmad & Rasheed Al-Jarrah (2013).The impact of direct corrective feedback type on the linguistic accuracy of EFL students’ writing. Asian EFL Journal. 17(2): 8–3.

18. Taha, Kelle, Marwan Jarrah & Rasheed Al-Jarrah (2014). The Discoursal Arabic Coordinating Conjunction Wa (AND). International Journal of Linguistics. 6(4): http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/ijl/article/view/4547.

19. Al-Jarrah, Rasheed, Ahmad Abu Dalu and Marwan Jarrah (2015). A Relevance–theoretical Account of Three Arabic Pragmatic Operators of Concession in a Political Discourse. Lodz Papers in Pragmatics.11(1): 49–74. DOI: 10.1515/lpp-2015-0004.

20. Al-Jarrah, Rasheed (2016). Corrective Feedback & Conflicting Results. Journal of College Writing (JCW). Vol. 12.

21. Al-Jarrah, Rasheed (2017). Are writing teachers really entirely free agents? The case from Jordan. Issues in Writing. Vol. 19. No.2. 110-38.

22. Rasheed Al-Jarrah. (2016). A suggested model of corrective feedback provision. Ampersand. Vol. 3: 98–107. doi:10.1016/j.amper.2016.06.003

23. Al-Ahmad, Sayyah & Al-Jarrah, Rasheed. How should content feedback and form feedback be administered in an EFL context?  Journal of College Writing (JCW). Vol. & No. (Pending)

·        Published Papers: Full Professor
24. Jarrah, Marwan, Al-Jarrah, Rasheed and Abu-Dalu, Ahmad (2018). Assignment of Plural Modes in Northern Rural Jordanian Arabic. Dirasaat. Vol. 35 (3), 210-223.

25. Al-Jarrah, Rasheed S. & Al-Ahmed, Sayyah (2018). Effects of the location of feedback on linguistic accuracy in EFL students' timed and untimed essay writing. Asian EFL Journal. Vol. 20 (9.1), 215-247.

26. Al-Jarrah, Rasheed, and Abu-Dalu, A, and Obeidat, M. (2018). Translation of Strategic Ambiguity: A Relevance-Theoretic Analysis. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics. Vol. 54 (1), 1-35. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/psicl-2018-0001

27. Jaber, Aziz; Omari, Osama & Al-Jarrah, Rasheed. (2019). The Domain of Emphasis Spread in Arabic: Evidence from Urban Jordanian Arabic. LINGUA, 222, 10-25. Currently Available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0024384118306545?dgcid=coauthor.

·        Under consideration for possible publication

28. Syllable structure in Jordanian Arabic: A constraint-based approach
30. A Note on Translating ustȗrah in the Noble Qur’an

Thesis Supervision

1.    Kholoud Faleh Kathloum Mashaqbeh. (2009). The Acquisition of grammatical number by children: A case study. Yarmouk University.

2.    Mohammad Farhan Saber Al-Hamdeh. (2010). The Pragmatic Functions of the Imperative in Jordanian Arabic. Yarmouk University.

3.    Lo’ay Ahmed Saleh Khatatbeh. (2010). The translatability of "Ostention" in prophetic Hadiths and Islamic historical texts: A relevance-theoretic account. Yarmouk University

4.    Rashid Amhed Mosa Al-Harahsheh. (2011). The translatability of political and military euphemistic terms and expressions from English into Arabic. Yarmouk University.

5.    Samir Jameel Abed Al-Rahman Abu-Sardaneh (2011). The role of phonological and visual processing in word recognition of Jordanian school students learning English as a foreign language. Yarmouk University.

6.    Heba Abdelhaleem Alqawasmi (2012). Language acquisition among autistic children. Yarmouk University. Yarmouk University.

7.    Anas Mustaf Dweekat. (2012). Word stress of Najdi Arabic: An optimality theoretic Analysis. Yarmouk University.


9.    Amani Nasri Otoom (2013). An optimality-theoretic account of phonological disorders of Jordanian Children. Yarmouk University.

10. Basem Badarneh (2017). Syllable Structure and Stress Patterns of Jordanian Arabic: The acoustic Correlates of Stress. Yarmouk University.

11. Faris Mashhour Rababa’h. (2017). Acoustic Correlates of Emphasis in Rural and Urban Jordanian Arabic. Yarmouk University.

12. Khadija Daoudi. (2017). Tense and Agreement Production by Algerian Agrammatic Aphasics: The Tree Pruning Hypothesis. Yarmouk University.

13. Nesrine Salem. (2017). Emphasis in Consonant Cluster: A Sociophonetic Study on Algerian Arabic. Yarmouk University.

14. Soraya A. Arib. (2017). Constraint Interaction in Kabyle Berber Phonotactics: An Optimality-Theoretic Account of Spirantization. Yarmouk University.

15. Almomany, Ibrahim. (2018). Effects of Age and Gender on Emphasis Production in Jordanian Arabic: A Socio-phonetic Study. Yarmouk University.

16.  Aldoum. Firas. (2019). Linguistic variation in Ghouri Jordanian Arabic. Yarmouk University.

17.  Qarush, Adnan. (2019). A Linguistic Study of Emojis and Emoticons among Jordanian University Students. Yarmouk University.

18.  Alzu’bi, Wala. (2019). A Sociolinguistic Study of Thanking in Jordanian Arabic. A case Study of Jordanian Couples. Yarmouk University.

19.  Shkour, Abedlatif. (2019). A Socio-pragmatic Analysis of Refusal Strategies among Jordanian Facebook Users. Yarmouk University.

UNPUBLISHED WORKS
About 250 articles are available on my personal website: http://www.dr-rasheed.com/
VOLUNTEERING EXPERIENCE
·        Promote the participation of youth in social and political processes in Jordan.
·        Create a space for young people in Jordan to learn new skills, exchange their views and develop their ideas.
·        Build a network of well-trained youth, who wish to be socially and politically active.
·        Promote political participation.
·        Promote religious concerns and interfaith dialogue
·        Strengthen women's potential in Third World countries.
·        Support dialogue between civil society organizations and political regimes.
Courses, Certificates&Workshops
·        Teacher Training Program (TTP)
·        Communication Skills
·        Teacher License
·        Work Ethics
·        Leadership Skills
·        Dialogue Skills
·        Advocacy Skills
·        Advanced Communication Skills
·        Human Rights
·        Advanced Human Rights
·        Social Democracy
·        Political Participation

skills
Language
·        Arabic (mother tongue)
·        English (native-like)
·        Turkish (elementary)
Soft Skills
·        Communication skills
·        Leadership skills
·        Interpersonal skills
·        Analytical skills
·        Decision-making skills
·        Time management skills
·        Presentation skills
Software & Application
·        Microsoft Office (i.e. Excel, Word & Powerpoint)
·        Praat

CONTACT INFORMATION
Home Phone: 962 2 7033852
Work phone: 962 2  7211111  ext. 4177
Mobile:  0777469303
            rsaljarrah@yu.edu.jo
            rsaljarrah@just.edu.jo
Mailing address:      Rasheed Al-Jarrah, Ph.D.
                              Language Center
                              Yarmouk University
                              Irbid
                              Jordan