Dr. Noga Ilani

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Dr. Noga Ilani
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Dr. Noga Ilani

Education

 

Name of University

Department                   

Degree / Diploma        

Date of Award

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew & Semitic Languages

Ph.D.

1993

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew & Semitic Languages

M.A.

1978

Bar-Ilan University

Education

Certified Teacher

1973

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew & Semitic Languages

B.A.

1972

Bar-Ilan University

English Literature

B.A.

1972

           

Academic experience  

 

Period

Institution                    

Department        

Rank / Function

1997-present

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew Expression & Ulpan

Senior lecturer

2001-2002

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew & Semitic Languages (editing program)

Senior lecturer

1999-2002

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew Expression & Ulpan

Head of Unit

1999-2002

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew Expression & Ulpan (Hebrew as a Second Language Specialized Teaching Program)

Head of Program

1995-1996

Tel Aviv-Yafo Academic College

Hebrew Expression & Literacy

Head of Department

1973-1997

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew Expression & Ulpan

Assistant / lecturer

1995

Bar-Ilan University

Translation Studies

Lecturer

1975-1985     

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew & Semitic Languages - Hebrew Computational Linguistics             

Assistant Editor

1985

Bar-Ilan University

School of Education

Lecturer

1973-1984

Bar-Ilan University

Hebrew Language & Semitic Languages

Teaching assistant

 

Academic Profile

Dr. Noga Ilani earned her Ph.D. in the Department of Hebrew Language and has been educating in Bar-Ilan University since 1973.  Her Ph.D. dissertation – "On Stylistic Choice in Modern Hebrew" - addresses the study of the syntax and style of literary texts as compared to journalistic language.

      Teaching

  •  Dr. Ilani has been teaching Academic Writing to Israeli (1St Language) and overseas (2nd Language) students, and has been teaching all levels of Hebrew at the Ulpan in the Department of Expository Writing in Hebrew & Hebrew as 2nd Language (former name: Unit of Hebrew Expression & Ulpan) at Bar-Ilan University since 1973.
  •  An experienced teacher, Dr. Ilani has received the Rector Awards for Excellence in Instruction; she is a member of the team for instruction improvement, and contributes her skills, knowledge and experience to the department’s academic activity.
  • Has served as the head of the department during 1999-2002. During these years she has led and administered the "Hebrew as a Second Language Specialized Teaching Program", the Hebrew language courses in the Pre-Academic Studies Program and in the 5 Colleges under the supervision of Bar Ilan University.
  • In her teaching, Dr. Ilani uses individual methods based on personal relationships. She spares no effort and devotes hours to ensure students are provided with all the tools and knowledge in order to succeed in the course, including: frontal, personal training; checking assignments; correcting them; and guiding students on ways to improve them. When needed, she does so individually and helps students succeed in achieving respectable academic results. The letters of appreciation she receives and the results of the lecturers’ instruction level survey attest to the proven success of her investment. She continues helping her students and guides them on writing various papers while at university.
  • Alongside, Dr. Ilani has taught the following courses in the Department of Hebrew and  Semitic Languages: Bibliographic Guidance, Guided Reading of Classic Sources, and Syntax for Students of Literature. She was previously a teachers’ assistant in courses on Morphology, Hebrew Syntax, Phonetics, Introduction to Semitic Linguistics, and Studies of the Masora.
  • Dr. Ilani taught courses on editing (Normative Considerations in Language Editing of Modern Hebrew, Stylistic Choice in Various Lingual Areas) in the Department of Hebrew Language and the Department of Translation Studies.
  • In addition, she held in-service programs for teachers in the School of Education.
  • Dr. Ilani has led and administered the Hebrew Expression & Literacy Department at Tel Aviv-Yafo Academic College (1995-1996).

      Publications (see attached file)

  • While teaching, Dr. Ilani continues her academic research, publishes chapters and articles in  books and articles in periodicals in Hebrew and English.
  • She edits, authors and co-authors many learning materials; is currently developing original instruction materials for online courses via the Internet.
  • Dr. Ilani has written exemption exams, level-assessment exams, and various admission exams.

Additional Academic Activities

  • Dr. Ilani participates in national and international conferences, both scientific and educational-methodological ones; she participates in organizing and facilitating conferences, workshops and study days. (see attached file)   
  • She was Assistant Editor of Hebrew Computational Linguistics (1975-1985), and wrote book reviews within for the Literary column.
  • Dr. Ilani was scientific consultant on two books by Eilat Berger for language instruction in high schools: Language Knowledge: Syntax and Reconstruction (1994) and Language in Context (2000), Modan Publishing.
  • Editor of Helkat Lashon a Journal for Theoretical and Applied Linguistics.

      Public activity

  • Dr. Ilani is the representative of the Senior-Lecturers in Bar-Ilan Senate (2009-2010).
  • She has been a member of the board of IAAL (Israel Association of Applied Linguistics) since 1996. She is a member of ILS (Israeli Linguistic Society), IALS (Israel Association for the Study of Language and Society), Script (The Israel Association for Literacy and Language), AILA (Applied International Linguistics Association), World Union of Jewish Studies, and NAPH )National Association of Professors of Hebrew).

 

 

Publications

Dr. Noga Ilani

                          List of Publications & Conferences

 

  1. Up to the last promotion

a. Ph. D. Thesis

                On Stylistic Choice in Modern Hebrew. Bar-Ila University, Ramat-

                Gan, 1992 (650 pp.). [Hebrew]

          

            b. Refereed  Publications

               (1) Articles and Chapters in Books

              Contextual Conditionings for Casus Pendens in Modern Hebrew. Kantor

              Book, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1996, pp. 1-11. [Hebrew]

              

               (2) Articles in Periodicals

                     The Expansion of Selectional Groups of Biblical Verbs in Modern

                     Hebrew. Hebrew Computational Linguistics 19:1982, pp.5-17.

                     [Hebrew]

         

          c. Non-refereed Publications but Professionally Recognized

              (1) Articles and Chapters in Books

             Syntactic Conditioning for Casus Pendens in Modern Hebrew

             Literature. Proceedings of the Eleventh  World Congress of Jewish

             Studies D (1): 1994, Jerusalem, pp. 147- 154. [Hebrew]

        

          d. Methodical, Educational Publications and Learning Materials

              (1) In the Literature. Hebrew Computational Linguistics 9-23:1975-

                    1985, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan. [Hebrew]

              (2) A Guidance and Exercises for Improving Writing Style (with

                    Dina Goldberg). Bar-Ilan Universty, Ramat-Gan, 1989. [Hebrew]

              (3) Two Chapters in Iyuney Lashon Be-Farashat Ha-Shavu'a U-ve

                   -Hagey Israel. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1989.

              (4) Two Chapters in Ha-Daf Le-Takanat Ha-Lashon - Lashon Nekiya.

                    Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1990.

              (5) Scientific consultat of Language Knowledge: Syntax &

                     Reconstruction by Eilat Berger. Modan, Tel-Aviv, 1994. [Hebrew]        

              (6) Editing of Hebrew Expression, Composition and Style – a

                      handbook for the course "Hebrew Academic Writing". Bar-Ilan

                       University, Ramat-Gan, 1995 and on. [Hebrew]

               (7) Editing Handbooks for the various levels of the Hebrew Ulpan.

                      [Hebrew]

              (8) Exemption exams, level-assessment exams and admission exams for L1 & L2                                 Hebrew students. [Hebrew]

 

  1. Since the last promotion

a. Refereed Publications

               (1) Articles and Chapters in Books

                   [1] Al Ha-Musa Ha-Pnimi Ba-'Ivrit Ha-Hadasha – Shikuley Signon.

                        Hebrew – A Living Language 2 – Studies on the Language in

                        its Social and Cultural Contexts, eds. Rina Ben Shahar & Gideon

                        Toury. The Porter Institute for Poetics & Semiotics, Tel Aviv

                        University – Hakibbutz Hameuchad, Tel-Aviv, 1999, pp. 25–37.

                   [2] Identifying and Defining the Inner Object in Modern Hebrew.

                         Studies in Hebrew and Language Teaching in Honor of Ben-

                         Zion Fischler, eds. Ora Schwarzwald & Raphael Nir. Reches,

                         Even-Yehuda, 2001, pp.153-162. [Hebrew]

                   [3] The Unit of Hebrew Expression and Ulpan: Directions and

                        Outlines in Academic Writing (with Dalia Cohen-Gross & Dina

                        Goldberg). Bar-Ilan University – from Concept to Enterprise

                        (1) – Milestones and History of Departments, ed. Dov Schwartz.

                        Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2006, pp. 245- 255. [Hebrew]

             

              (2) Articles in Periodicals

                    [4] Syntactic Conditioning for Casus Pendens in Literary Modern

                         Hebrew. Helkat Lashon 27:1998, pp. 44–61. [Hebrew]

                    [5] Internal Object in Modern Hebrew. Hebrew Linguistics

                          47:2000, pp. 5–19. [Hebrew]

                    [6] Contextual Conditionings for Casus Pendens in Modern Hebrew.

                          Helkat Lashon 35:2004, pp. 20–32. [Hebrew]

                    [7] Academic Writing in Hebrew (Pannel). Helkat Lashon 35:2004,

                           pp. 20–32. [Hebrew]

                    [8] Seder Milim – Hoveret Hadracha Ve-Tirgul. Hebrew Higher

                          Education 11:2004, pp. 33-47.

                     [9] Non-Vocalized Orthography in Israeli Books – Planned or

                           Unplanned? (with Dalia Cohen-Gross). Helkat Lashon 37–38:

                          2006, pp. 33–47. [Hebrew]

                     [10] Discussion on Word Order in the Framework of Teaching

                          Writing (with Dina Goldberg & Sigal Shlomo). Script 10:2006,

                          pp. 75-90. [Hebrew]

                     [11] Language of Modern Writers as a Means for Teachin Stylistics:

                            the Case of the Inner Object in Hebrew. Hebrew Higher

                           Education 12: 2007, pp. 121–128.

                     [12] Al Otsar Ha-Milim Bi-Shney Targumim Shel Ha-Eeved le-Isaac

                           Baschevitz-Singer. Hador – the Hebrew Annual of America

                           2:2008, pp.108-117.

                     [13] In Memorial – Prof. Rachel Landau (with Zohar Livnat). Helkat

                            Lashon 40:2008-2009, pp. 205-210. [Hebrew]

                     [14] Contextual Conditionings for Extraposition in Modern Hebrew (type of                                               Discourse). Hebrew Higher Education 15:2013the National Association                                       of Professors of Hebrew in Institutions of Higher Learning, the University                                         of Wisconsin, Madison, pp.109-123.         

                     

             (3) Reviews of Books in Periodicals 

                    [14] Language: its Contexts and Environments (by Zvi Sar'el).

                           Hebrew Linguistics 50-51:2002, pp.151-153. [Hebrew]

                    [15] Hed Haulpan (an Internet Journal) 100 vol. (a double volume),

                           Ido Basok (ed.) Hebrew Higher Education 16: 2014: 227-229.

             

            (4) Accepted for Publication (attached confirmation)

                   [16] Word Order in Modern Hebrew (with Dina Goldberg & Sigal

                         Shlomo). EHLL ed. Geoffrey Khan, Brill, U.S.A. (13 pp.)

                   [17] The Inner Object in Modern Hebrew. EHLL ed. Geoffrey Khan,

                         Brill, U.S.A. (5 pp.)

                   [18] Stylistic Alternation in Modern Hebrew. EHLL ed. Geoffrey

                           Khan, Brill, U.S.A. (13 pp.)

        [19] Morphological & Syntactical Aspects in Two Translations of "the

                         Slave" (by Baschevitz-Singer). A tribute to Prof. Ora

                        Schwarzwald eds. Malka Muchnik & Tzvi Sadan, Bar Ilan

                       University (10 pp.)

                   [20]  Is Hebrew Plene Spelling in Israeli Books Accidental or Deliberate? (with

                           Dalia Cohen-Gross). Hebrew Studies (13 pp.)

                   [21] The Inner Object in Modern Hebrew: Identification, Definition, Structure,

                           and Syntactical Role. Hebrew Studies (27 pp.)

       

          b. Methodical, Educational Publications and Learning Materials

               (1) Scientific consultat of Language in Context by Eilat Berger. Modan,

                    Tel-Aviv, 2000. [Hebrew]

               (2) Editing a Handbook for the course Normative Considerations in

                     Modern Hebrew Editing. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan,

                    2001.[Hebrew]

               (3) Updating the Tochnit Ha-Limudim La-Ramot Ha-Shonot Ba-Ulpan

                    by Dalia Cohen-Gross (with Osnat Bishko). Bar Ilan University,

                    Ramat Gan, 2001.

               (4) Word Order - A Guidance and Practice of Word Order in Modern Hebrew (with                      Dina Goldberg & Sigal Shlomo). Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2002. [Hebrew]

               (5) Developing New Materials for on-line courses via the Internet.

 

  1. Scientific Conferences

a. International Conferences

               (1) Syntactic Conditioning for Casus Pendens in Modern Hebrew

                     Literature. Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies,

                     Jerusalem, 1993. [Hebrew]                       

               (2) Contextual Conditioning for Casus Pendens in Modern Hebrew

                     (2). Twelfth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem,

                     1997. [Hebrew]

               (3) Identifying and Defining the Inner Object in Modern Hebrew.

                     Thirteenth World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2001.

                     [Hebrew]

               (4) Word Order in Hebrew – Guidance and Practice (with Dina

                     Goldberg & Sigal Shlomo). Naph Conference, Tampa, Florida,

                     2003. [Hebrew]

               (5) Language of Modern Writers as a Means of Teaching Stylistics –

                     the Case of the Inner Object in Hebrew. IAIMTE 4th

                     International Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 2003.

               (6) Stylistic Choice and its Contribution to the Teaching of L1 & L2.

                     LSHK Annual Research Forum, Hong Kong, 2003.

               (7) On Two Translations of "the Slave" (by Baschevitz-Singer) – the

                      Lexicon. NAPH Conference, Austin, Texas, 2004. [Hebrew]

                (8) Language of Writers as a Means for Teaching Stylistics. NAPH

                      Conference, Palo Alto, California, 2005. [Hebrew]

                (9) Morphological & Syntactical Aspects in Two Translations of "the

                      Slave" (by Baschevitz-Singer). Fourteenth World Congress of

                      Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2005. [Hebrew]

                (10) Literature (chair person). NAPH Conference, Stern College for

                       Women, Yeshiva University, New York, NY, 2010. [Hebrew]

                (11) Word Order in Two Translations of "The Slave" (by Baschevitz-

                       Singer). NAPH Conference, College Park, University of Maryland,

                       2011. [Hebrew]

b. workshops and other activities

                  (1) a lectuer on "Language Aquisition Problems" in the course of prof. K                                    Agnihotri R. in the Department of Linguistics in New Delhi University,                                February 2005.

                 (2) Workshop on "Academic Writing" with Dr. Victoria Moulheisen and Prof.                             Sadishoma, Head of Writing Center and with the center crew in Waseda                            University, School of International Liberal Studies, Tokyo, Japan, April                                  2006. 

                  (3) Workshop in the conference "Life and Work in Accademia: Event for                               New and  Aspiring Lecturers in Languges, Linguistics and Area                                  Studies". The Center of Languages and Linguistics, Eston University,                                Birmingham, April 2012.                                 

                  

                     c. National Conferences        

               (1) On the Inner Object in Modern Hebrew – Stylistic Considerations.

                     Hebrew – a living Language – Oranim Conference, Oranim

                     College, Kiryat Tiv'on, 1993.

               (2) Contextual Conditionings for Casus Pendens in Modern Hebrew.

                     IAAL Conference, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1995.

               (3) Word Order - Poster (with Dina Goldberg & Sigal Shlomo).

                    SCRIPT Conference, Zichron Ya'akov, 2003.

               (4) Ivrit Mul Safa Zara (chair person). IAAL 29th Conference.

                    Talpiyot College, Tel-Aviv, 2003.   

               (5) Discussion on Stylistic Parallels and their Contribution to the

                     Teaching of Writing (with Dina Goldberg). IAAL 30th Conference,

                     Tel-Avi University, 2004.

              (6) On the Lexicon of Two Translations of "the Slave" (by

                    Baschevitz-Singer). Oranim 5th Conference, Kiryat Tiv'on, 2004.

              (7)  Facilitating at the SCRIPT Spring Conference on "Theory and

                    Practice In Spelling and Punctuation”, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-

                    Gan, 2005. 

             (8) Non-Vocalized Orthography in Israeli Books – Planned or

                    Unplanned? (with Dalia Cohen-Gross and Dina Goldberg).

                    SCRIPT Spring Conference, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan,

                    2005.

             (9) Organizing the 31st Conference of IAAL (Israel Association of

                   Applied Linguistics), Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2005.                 

             (10)  Learning Hebrew as a Second Language (chair person). IAAL 31th

    Conference, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan,  2005.

             (11) Ways of Stylistics (chair person). IAAL 34th Conference, the Open  

                     University, Ra'anana, 2008.

        (12) Language of Comunication (chair person). IAAL 39th Conference, Achva                                Academic College, 2012.   

 

c. Invited Papers, Workshops & Study-Days

            (1) The Expansion of Selectional Groups of Biblical Verbs in Modern

                  Hebrew. The Hebrew Language Department Colloquium,

                  Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1979. 

            (2) Al Darchey Hora'at Rashey Ha-Prakim. The Workshop for

                  Improving Instruction, the Unit of Hebrew Expression, Bar-

                  Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1992.

            (3) On the Inner Object in Modern Hebrew – the language of Literary

                  texts and Newspapers. The Hebrew Language Department

                  Colloquium, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1993.

            (4) Stylistic Considerations in the Language of Modern Hebrew

                  Literature (for editors). The Hebrew Language Department

                  (Editing Colloquium), Bar-Ilan university, Ramat-Gan, 1993.

            (5) Different Possibilities for Describing Adverbials (for editors). The

                  Hebrew Language Department (Editing Colloquium), Bar-Ilan

                   University, Ramat-Gan, 1993.

            (6) Different Methods for Teaching Hebrew Writing. The Workshop for

                  Improving Instruction, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 1996.

             (7) Evaluation of Writing in Progress (with Dalia Cohen-Gross). The

                   Workshop for Improving Instruction, Bar-Ilan University,

                   Ramat-Gan,1998.

              (8) Formulating Tasks as a Tool for Conducting the Writing Process

                    (with Dalia Cohen-Gross). The Workshop for Improving

                     Instruction, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan,1998.

              (9) Iyunim Be-Hora'at Ivrit Ke-Safa Shniya (A Study Day – with

                    Osnat Bishko). The Unit of Hebrew Expression, Bar-Ilan

                    University, Ramat-Gan, 2000.

            (10) Hebrew and the Academic World (a Study Day – chair person). Bar-

                    Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2003.  

            (11) Shibushey Lashon - A lecture for the administrative stuff of the

                    faculty of Jewish studies. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2008.

            (12) Hebrew Instruction to Arabs in Institutions of Higher Learning

                   (a Study Day – chair person). Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan,

                     2008. 

             

 

              

  

 

             

            

                   

 

 

         

Courses

  • Dr. Ilani has been teaching Academic Writing to Israeli (1St Language) and overseas (2nd Language) students, and has been teaching all levels of Hebrew at the Ulpan in the Department of Expository Writing in Hebrew & Hebrew as 2nd Language (former name: Unit of Hebrew Expression & Ulpan) at Bar-Ilan University since 1973.
  • Dr. Ilani has taught the following courses in the Department of Hebrew and  Semitic Languages: Bibliographic Guidance, Guided Reading of Classic Sources, and Syntax for Students of Literature. She was previously a teachers’ assistant in courses on Morphology, Hebrew Syntax, Phonetics, Introduction to Semitic Linguistics, and Studies of the Masora.
  • Dr. Ilani taught courses on editing (Normative Considerations in Language Editing of Modern Hebrew, Stylistic Choice in Various Lingual Areas) in the Department of Hebrew Language and the Department of Translation Studies.
  •  she held in-service programs for teachers in the School of Education.
  • Dr. Ilani has led and administered the Hebrew Expression & Literacy Department at Tel Aviv-Yafo Academic College (1995-1996).

Research

Areas of Interest

Teaching Hebrew as a First and Second Language, Academic Writing, Stylistics, Hebrew Syntax, and Discourse Analysis.