Abdulqader Alyasin


Abdulqader Alyasin has been working in English language teaching and education in different countries, including Syria, the UK, and Qatar. He obtained his MA in English Language Teaching (ELT) and PhD in ELT and Applied Linguistics from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, and to further enhance his practical teaching skills, he attended a training course and was awarded a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) from Cambridge University. Prior to taking up the role of Assistant Professor at Lusail University, Alyasin worked as Academic Writing Lecturer, Research Methods Tutor, English for Academic/Specific Purposes Tutor, and Personal Tutor at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom. Throughout his career in these positions, he coordinated, developed and taught academic writing and research skills, data collection and analysis methods, phonetics and phonology, oral communication, grammar, syntax and semantics, linguistics, teaching methods, reading, composition, and comprehension. Alyasin also worked as a book proposals peer reviewer for Cambridge University Press. With a longstanding interest in theory and practice in language studies, he has mentored, supervised and examined MA students in TESOL, ELT, and Applied Linguistics. Alyasin’s research interests revolve around teacher cognition, curriculum policy and practice, educational change, teacher training and development, (English) language teaching in difficult and crisis circumstances, and bilingual education.

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