Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL Number 8. July 2022 Pp.136-145
The Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic Sequestration Period on Sight Translation Female
Students’ Academic Performance at King Khalid University
Ali Albashir Mohammed Alhaj
College of Sciences and Arts
King Khalid University, Dhahran Aljanoub
Kingdom of Suadi Arabia
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Mesfer Ahmed Mesfer Alwadai
College of Education
King Khalid University, Abha
Kingdom of Suadi Arabia
Received: 04/25/2022 Accepted:07/06/2022 Published: 07/25/2022
Many alma maters, colleges, graduate schools, and institutes of higher education around the world postponed lecture hall teaching because of the coronavirus disease outbreak and moved on to learning and teaching online. The recent study aims at scrutinizing the effects of the covid nineteen pneumonia epidemic sequestration on the academic performance of sight translation female students at King Khalid University. Also, the study seeks to answer the following main question: has the covid nineteen pneumonia (Covid 19) considerably impacted translation of female students’ sight translation achievement?. The purposive sample of the study consisted of (47) female students of sight translation at the Dhahran al-Janoub female student campus, who attended lectures on different days and participated in the study. The main findings of the study revealed that the covid nineteen pneumonia epidemic sequestration might have both positive impacts and adverse effects on translation female students’ sight translation achievement.
Keywords: academic performance, the covid nineteen, translation, effect, female students
Cite as: Alhaj, A. A. M., & Alwadai, M. A. M. (2022). The Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic Sequestration Period on Sight Translation Female Students’ Academic Performance at King Khalid University. Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on
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