Asmaa Ahmed is an English Demonstrator at the British University in Egypt (BUE) who has been teaching English for thirteen years. She worked at Berlitz Language centre for three years as an English instructor for adults, where she taught general English, Business English, Conversational English, and Report Writing. She also worked at the German University in Cairo (GUC) as an English instructor in the English and Scientific Methods’ department, where she taught Academic English, Communication and Presentation skills, Critical Thinking skills and Research Paper Writing.
Asmaa is a graduate of the Faculty of Languages (Al-Alsun), Ain Shams University, where she studied English Language and literature. She has completed a diploma in Applied linguistics with a 3.9/4 GPA, and is currently working on her MA in Cognitive linguistics in Faculty of Al-Alsun (languages), Ain Shams University.
In her pursuit to enhance her professional skills, she attended a course in general and legal translation in the translation unit at the Faculty of Al-Alsun in 2007. Then, she gained a certificate to be a Professional Certified Trainer (PCT) from the American University in Egypt (AUC) in 2010. She also attended workshops in Dale Carnegie about Team work, Communication skills and leadership skills.
Asmaa participated in some conferences like the International Symposium on Comparative Literature – Writing Across Borders held in Cairo University and the BUE Cross-cultural Conference. She has published two papers; the first in 2019 in Cairo Studies Journal entitled "English-Arabic Code-Switching of the Arabic Language Speakers in Instant Messaging: Motivations and Structure", and the second in 2021 in the Philology Journal entitled "Image Schema in Multiethnic American Novel Covers".
Diploma in Applied Linguistics , Faculty of Al-Alsun, Ain Shams University.
B.A in English Language and Literature, Faculty of Al-Alsun, Ain Shams University.
- Applied Linguistics
- Cognitive Linguistics
- Curriculum Development
Hassan, A. A. (2019). English-Arabic code-switching of the Arabic language speakers in instant messaging: Motivations and structure. Cairo Studies in English, 2019(2), 39-59.