Mrs Sadeem Ibn Alameer

Mrs Sadeem Ibn Alameer
Mrs Sadeem Ibn Alameer is Postgraduate Reseacher in Applied Linguistics at University of Birmingham and part of PhD Students for Out Of Our Minds

Sadeem was a Ph.D. student in Applied Linguistics at the University of Birmingham from Spring 2020 until Spring 2024.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature with Second-Class Honors and a Master’s degree in Linguistics with First-Class Honors, both from Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud University (IMSIU), Saudi Arabia.

Sadeem's research interests include data-driven learning, learner corpus research, second language acquisition, and computer-assisted language learning (CALL). For her Ph.D., she conducted an exploratory corpus-based study on Arab EFL learners' usage of phrasal verbs. Furthermore, she carried out a classroom intervention study to compare the effects of implicit and explicit uses of corpus-based activities on the development of phrasal verb knowledge among Saudi learners of English.

Sadeem is now again working as a Lecturer in the College of Languages and Translation at IMSIU, Saudi Arabia; her PhD studentship was funded by the same institution.