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18:43
Campagne de sensibilisation et d’information sur les mesures de protection contre les maladies infectieuses respiratoires ” Coronavirus 2019 n-Cov”

Campagne de sensibilisation et d’information sur les mesures de protection contre les maladies infectieuses respiratoires ” Coronavirus 2019 n-Cov”

Cellule d’Accompagnement, de Sensibilisation, d’Appui et de Médiation (CASAM), Unité de médecine de travail de l’université de Bejaia, Vice Rectorat des Relations Extérieures, de la coopération, de l’Animation et de la Communication et des Manifestations Scientifiques, Université Abderrahmane MIRA Bejaia; le jeudi 05 mars 2019.

1:29:10
Le droit européen, de la protection du consommateur, par: Dr ATMANI Bilal

Le droit européen, de la protection du consommateur, par: Dr ATMANI Bilal

Thème: Enseignement N° 1: Introduction au droit européen
Département de Droit Privé, Faculté de Droit et des Sciences Politiques, Université de Abderrahmane Mira Béjaïa
Date: Mercredi 20 janvier 2021

7:05
1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD  en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, Délibération

1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, Délibération

Département de langue et littérature anglaises
Intitulé de la thèse :
Raising EFL Learners’ Motivation to read Literary Texts through Using Literary Works –Based Films: The Case of Second Year LMD Students of English at Setif University
Résumé :
EFL students at Setif2 University have low interest in reading English literature. This reluctance is due to a number of critical issues. Therefore, this doctoral thesis was quasi experimental to examine the effectiveness of literature-based films in raising the reading motivation of seventy second-year students students’ reading motivation towards English literary texts. It also intended to ascertain the extent to, which students’ reading comprehension can be affected in relation to their reading motivation. Results showed that the target students demonstrated several positive effects of the treatment at the expense of the non-target. Their motivation to read was enhanced through reading the novel and watching its adaptation. Furthermore, their reading comprehension improved considerably as shown in the reading pre-test-post-test with t statistic of 7.686 and p value of 0.000.
Keywords: EFL Students, Literature Based Films, Literary Texts, Reading Comprehension, Reading Motivation.
Membres du jury
Dr. Salima Maouche Univ- de Bejaia Président
Dr. Nadia Idri Univ- de Bejaia Rapporteur
Dr. Fadila Kaci Univ- de Bejaia Examinateur
Dr. Hanane Sarnou Univ- de Mostaganem Examinateur
Dr. Abdelhak Hammoudi ENS El Eulma, Setif Examinateur

6:55
1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, débat part04

1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, débat part04

Département de langue et littérature anglaises
Intitulé de la thèse :
Raising EFL Learners’ Motivation to read Literary Texts through Using Literary Works –Based Films: The Case of Second Year LMD Students of English at Setif University
Résumé :
EFL students at Setif2 University have low interest in reading English literature. This reluctance is due to a number of critical issues. Therefore, this doctoral thesis was quasi experimental to examine the effectiveness of literature-based films in raising the reading motivation of seventy second-year students students’ reading motivation towards English literary texts. It also intended to ascertain the extent to, which students’ reading comprehension can be affected in relation to their reading motivation. Results showed that the target students demonstrated several positive effects of the treatment at the expense of the non-target. Their motivation to read was enhanced through reading the novel and watching its adaptation. Furthermore, their reading comprehension improved considerably as shown in the reading pre-test-post-test with t statistic of 7.686 and p value of 0.000.
Keywords: EFL Students, Literature Based Films, Literary Texts, Reading Comprehension, Reading Motivation.
Membres du jury
Dr. Salima Maouche Univ- de Bejaia Président
Dr. Nadia Idri Univ- de Bejaia Rapporteur
Dr. Fadila Kaci Univ- de Bejaia Examinateur
Dr. Hanane Sarnou Univ- de Mostaganem Examinateur
Dr. Abdelhak Hammoudi ENS El Eulma, Setif Examinateur

38:58
1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD  en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, débat part03

1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, débat part03

Département de langue et littérature anglaises
Intitulé de la thèse :
Raising EFL Learners’ Motivation to read Literary Texts through Using Literary Works –Based Films: The Case of Second Year LMD Students of English at Setif University
Résumé :
EFL students at Setif2 University have low interest in reading English literature. This reluctance is due to a number of critical issues. Therefore, this doctoral thesis was quasi experimental to examine the effectiveness of literature-based films in raising the reading motivation of seventy second-year students students’ reading motivation towards English literary texts. It also intended to ascertain the extent to, which students’ reading comprehension can be affected in relation to their reading motivation. Results showed that the target students demonstrated several positive effects of the treatment at the expense of the non-target. Their motivation to read was enhanced through reading the novel and watching its adaptation. Furthermore, their reading comprehension improved considerably as shown in the reading pre-test-post-test with t statistic of 7.686 and p value of 0.000.
Keywords: EFL Students, Literature Based Films, Literary Texts, Reading Comprehension, Reading Motivation.
Membres du jury
Dr. Salima Maouche Univ- de Bejaia Président
Dr. Nadia Idri Univ- de Bejaia Rapporteur
Dr. Fadila Kaci Univ- de Bejaia Examinateur
Dr. Hanane Sarnou Univ- de Mostaganem Examinateur
Dr. Abdelhak Hammoudi ENS El Eulma, Setif Examinateur

21:10
1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD  en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, débat part02

1ère Soutenance de doctorat LMD en Anglais, Mme MELLIT Djihane, débat part02

Département de langue et littérature anglaises
Intitulé de la thèse :
Raising EFL Learners’ Motivation to read Literary Texts through Using Literary Works –Based Films: The Case of Second Year LMD Students of English at Setif University
Résumé :
EFL students at Setif2 University have low interest in reading English literature. This reluctance is due to a number of critical issues. Therefore, this doctoral thesis was quasi experimental to examine the effectiveness of literature-based films in raising the reading motivation of seventy second-year students students’ reading motivation towards English literary texts. It also intended to ascertain the extent to, which students’ reading comprehension can be affected in relation to their reading motivation. Results showed that the target students demonstrated several positive effects of the treatment at the expense of the non-target. Their motivation to read was enhanced through reading the novel and watching its adaptation. Furthermore, their reading comprehension improved considerably as shown in the reading pre-test-post-test with t statistic of 7.686 and p value of 0.000.
Keywords: EFL Students, Literature Based Films, Literary Texts, Reading Comprehension, Reading Motivation.
Membres du jury
Dr. Salima Maouche Univ- de Bejaia Président
Dr. Nadia Idri Univ- de Bejaia Rapporteur
Dr. Fadila Kaci Univ- de Bejaia Examinateur
Dr. Hanane Sarnou Univ- de Mostaganem Examinateur
Dr. Abdelhak Hammoudi ENS El Eulma, Setif Examinateur