كتابة أفضل موضوع تعبير عن شخصية مشهورة بالانجليزي قصير جدا عن نيوتن وتوماس اديسون واحمد الشقيري واحمد زويل كامل جديد ومفيد

كتابة أفضل موضوع تعبير عن شخصية مشهورة بالانجليزي قصير جدا عن نيوتن وتوماس اديسون واحمد الشقيري واحمد زويل كامل جديد ومفيد
    طلابنا الكرام متابعي موقع المعلم المصري اليوم نستعرض اليكم افل موضوع تعبير عن 4 شخصيات مشهورة بالانجليزي وهم  نيوتن وتوماس اديسون واحمد الشقيري واحمد زويل قصير كامل .



    بينما يمكن للطلاب في الصف الرابع والخامس والسادس الابتدائي وللطلبة في الصف الاول والثاني والثالث الاعدادي والثانوي العام والازهري 5 سطور موضوع تعبير عن شخص مشهور بالانجليزي قصير جدا .

    موضوع تعبير عن شخص مشهور بالانجليزي قصير يحتوي على العديد من المعلومات عن احد الشخصيات المشورة الذي احدث طفرة كبيرة في عالم التكنولوجيا ,تعبير بالانجليزي عن شخص مشهور ,تعبير عن لاعب مشهور بالانجليزي ,وصف شخصية بالانجليزي ,تعبير عن شخصية مشهورة بالانجليزي قصير جدا ومميز .


    نيوتن Newton

    Isaac Newton was born in England in 1642 in the same year that Galileo died the world, and 

    has his father died the day before he was born two months, and married his mother after two 

    years of birth and left her son to live with his grandmother on a farm. After studying for four 

    years at the Royal School, his mother took him from school and decided to make it a farmer, but Newton was a lover of games Mechanism "mechanical" in his childhood and succeeded 

    to make a windmill and the water clock and sundial. We have alerted all his acumen in that 

    period of his stepfather, causing him to persuade his mother to return to school, and in 

    particular that Newton was a weak structure, making it invalid for the work of agriculture. 

    Newton was a student and patient self-confident in the abilities, making mental success ally. 

    At the age of eighteen he joined Trinity College Trinity University of Cambridge Cambridge to 

    complete his studies, and university fees were a financial burden upon him, making him the 

    performance of some of the work to assist teachers to meet a small fee they pay for it. 

    Newton has remained obscure to bring to the attention of the intellect and intelligence, professor of mathematics at the college, who began directing and guide him to the interest in 

    mathematics, and has achieved confidence Bnewton when put in the year 1665 in 

    mathematics theory called the theory of limits, and this was the first mathematical problem Newton was able to find a solution . 

    Newton has received a master's degree from the Faculty of "Trinity Trinity" in 1665 which the 

    same year that the theory of a double-edged, and that year an outbreak of plague, which led 

    the university to lock their doors for two years and so he returned to his hometown of Newton 

    "and Zthorb" where his grandmother lived and whether this could drop out of university, "especially away from the library" that lead to the end of Newton's scientific, but i'tikaaf at 

    home and spent most of his time in reading, writing and thinking, and meditation in the 

    universe and make some tests, and these actions have led to the discovery of components of 

    white light and realized the idea of gravity in the universe, when it reached the twenty-seventh 

    year-old was appointed professor of mathematics at Cambridge, and after he became 

    president of the department rather than the teacher, and was the first great work he has done 

    in that period is to build a telescope (the telescope) inverter, which gave him to the Royal 

    Scientific Society, which awarded him the title of the fellowship and requested him to write a detailed explanation of the work of this telescop

    It became famous Newton's views and ideas and research, so it was written out by many 

    scholars of his time asking him about some of those ideas and scientific research, that 

    convinced him that one of the scientists to collect research and opinions and all its work in a 

    book sent by the Royal Society, and already published in the year 1687 all work in the 

    mechanics in his first book Bernsibia (Principles Principia) This is a book is one of the great 

    effects to the human intellect, we have presented the foundations of mechanics and 

    developments expected in the future, and applied these principles to the movements of 

    celestial bodies using the law of gravity of the year. In 1703 a second book in optics (Optics) 

    which showed that Newton's experimental physicists as one of the scientists was a 

    philosopher and a great athlete. And Newton was chosen as President of the Royal Scientific 

    Society and Queen Anne granted a knighthood (Sir) in the year in 1705. Show the greatness 

    of this humble man of the words uttered on his deathbed, "If you've seen more than anybody 

    else, it goes back to standing on the shoulders of giants who preceded me" and was especially noteworthy of those giants of the world Galileo. 

    Newton died on March 20, year 1727 at the age of eighty-fifth year. It is this conclusion, we 

    find that Newton's curse a lot and a lot to educational attainment, which benefited mankind 

    after him. We are here to have all the means of support, whether from the State or how many parents will be Nuitin us to benefit from Arab countries ?????

    احمد الشقيري mazen alshugairi

    Family status Shukairi married twice and divorced with the first. [39] He is now married to Saudi fashion designer Rola Deshisha, whose clothes were designed in a Japan-inspired Japanese-inspired program. [40] The couple has two children, Yusuf and Ibrahim. [4] Of his own business, and of his family selling household items in addition to his advocacy and voluntary work. [41]
    Cultural heritage
    Since his beginnings and Shkairi draws attention to the idea of ​​his program and presentation and presentation of things, provide the young people with the characteristics of enthusiasm and took from the elders wisdom and eloquence of advice was able to mix the wisdom of the elders and young enthusiasm and produced this mix in the media awareness in which he addressed the minds of young people in depth and awareness and effectiveness, To occupy it until it became a symbol of inspiration for the Arab youth [42] but he described them as the man of change. [43]
    Al-Shukairi was considered a brilliant star of the new generation of satellite channels whose television programs helped revive the teachings of religion in the Arab world. By the end of the  

      last century, the number of religious channels had increased from 1 to 30 channels. Religious education on public stations such as Shukairi, In reaching the thirsty young audience, but completely oblivious to both politics and the traditional religious establishment, especially those prevalent in the Arab Republic of Egypt and Saudi Arabia, Shukairi has been able to combine deep religious commitment with now Ge mood Madaab and many Alohain refers to Islam a great Kabdaa needs rise better but his message is very strong and clear religious moderation and I've got (M.B.A) during his years in California. [10]
    Shukairy is not the first or the only one of its kind. The Egyptian thinker and reformer Amr Khaled has started reaching huge numbers of the public over the past years. This field has expanded significantly in the media through the creation of websites for each of them and the writing of collections of books. Is very different from the educational dry style of many Muslim sheikhs. In one of the episodes he followed the shukri camera during the city of Jeddah in his tour asking people where he could find a library and no one knew. In another episode he searched the trash basket, pointing to hills of rotting rice and meat. Which can be given to the poor even once sat as a hidden camera - silent style - facing people who steal the wallet from the pavement and ask them if the Prophet does such behavior, every time Shukairi ends his lessons on environmental awareness and conscious leadership [10] He spoke of the Qur'an as a contemporary moral guide rather than a series of hard-line laws of the earlier centuries. He began to say, "You can enjoy yourself, keep your independence and at the same time be a good Muslim." [10]
    Prostitution []
    In the last three seasons, Ahmed Al-Shukairy's method has been based on the idea of ​​learning through observation, simulation, imitation, or other learning through modeling. The theory of observation of Pandora is one of the theories of psychology that has tried over the years to explain complex human behavior. And then promote this behavior in different areas of life. [44]
    The model word refers to an actual person whose behavior is a role model for those who observe it. His behavior is inspiring for the response to everyone who observes him, and although the efforts of the education scientists are keen to benefit from the data of this theory in improving the level of education and improving the level of models and role models in the environment of children and young people However, these efforts have yet to reach the desired level. The biggest beneficiary of the results of the learning theory of observation are traders, and the owners of large companies, which market goods and products through the use of symbols and models - from celebrities, artists and stars - to those goods and products in different forms and situations.

    Biography and Life Story:
    Born on July 19, 1973 in the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to a rich, wealthy family, he is a social and intellectual programmer. After completing his high school in Manarat schools in Jeddah, he traveled to the United States when he was 17 years old to complete his university studies there. Bachelor of Systems Management, then MBA from the University of California, then returned to Saudi Arabia to complete his business.
    Shukairi started in 2002 with Yalla Shabab. In the following years, he participated in a tour program with Sheikh Hamza Yousef, who was shown on the MBC screen. His role in the TV show was also part of the Khawater program, which is a continuation of a project he started by writing a group Of the weekly articles in the Saudi newspaper Al Madina under the title of the thoughts of a young man as well.
    Al-Shukairi adopted awareness projects on the ground with lectures and seminars in public events and universities. Many young people were interested in volunteering and writing. They provided them with the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences and introduce themselves to the public.
    He married in 1995 after graduating directly, but his wife could not share the lifestyle committed to following the teachings of Islam in her life, and their marriage ended with divorce.
    In his childhood he wished to be an orthodontist or a businessman.

    There were several points in Shukairy's life, including the starting point for prayer in 1994, the starting point for  

      reading, the point of cessation of smoking (cigarettes and shisha) in March 2000, the point of marriage, the start point of Yala Shabab, the starting point of Khawater program.

    توماس اديسون Thomas Edison

    American Inventor, 1847 -1931 Thomas Alva Edison was born on February 11, 1847 in Milan, Ohio. With only three months of formal education he became one of the greatest inventors and industrial leaders in history. Edison obtained 1,093 United States patents, the most issued to any individual.

    Edison’s greatest contribution was the first practical electric lighting. He not only invented the first successful electric light bulb, but also set up the first electrical power distribution company. Edison invented the phonograph, and made improvements to the telegraph, telephone and motion picture technology. He also founded the first modern research laboratory.

    Edison was also a good businessman. He not only designed important new devices, he created companies worldwide for the manufacture and sale of his inventions. Along with other manufacturing pioneers of his era, Edison helped make the United States a world industrial power. He and Henry Ford became friends after Edison encouraged Ford to use the gasoline powered engine for the automobile.

    Edison was also a ruthless businessman who fought viciously to defeat his competitors. One of the most notorious examples of his competitive vigor were the lengths he went to to discredit Nicola Tesla’s Alternating Current system, which is the system of electrical distribution in use today.

    Edison had great faith in progress and industry, and valued long, hard work. He used to say, “Genius was 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.” Edison believed that inventing useful products offered everyone the opportunity for fame and fortune while benefiting society.

    احمد زويل Ahmed Zewail

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Ahmed Hassan Zewail
    Portrait of Ahmed Zewail
    Born February 26, 1946 (age 65)
    Damanhour, Egypt
    Nationality Egyptian and American
    Fields Chemistry, physics
    Institutions California Institute of Technology
    Alma mater University of Alexandria, University of Pennsylvania
    Known for Femtochemistry
    Notable awards Nobel Prize for Chemistry (Sweden)(1999)
    The Franklin Medal (USA) (1998)
    Wolf Prize (Israel) (1993)
    Priestley Medal (USA) (2011)
    Ahmed Hassan Zewail (Arabic: أحمد حسن زويل‎, IPA: [ˈæħmæd ˈħæsæn zeˈweːl]) (born February 26, 1946) is an Egyptian-American scientist who won the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on femtochemistry. He is the Linus Pauling Chair Professor Chemistry and Professor of Physics at the California Institute of Technology.
    Contents [hide]
    1 Birth and education
    2 Academic career
    2.1 Research
    3 Political work
    4 Publications
    5 References
    6 See also
    7 External links
    [edit]Birth and education
    Ahmed Zewail was born on February 26, 1946 in Damanhour, Egypt and raised in Disuq. He received bachelor’s degree and MS degree from the University of Alexandria before moving from Egypt to the United States to complete his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania with advisor Robin Hochstrasser. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley with advisor Charles B. Harris.[1]
    [edit]Academic career
    After some post doctorate work at UC-Berkeley, he was awarded a faculty appointment at Caltech in 1976, where he has remained since, and in 1990, he was made the first Linus Pauling Chair in Chemical Physics.[1] He became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1982.
    Zewail has been nominated and will participate in President Barack Obama’s Presidential Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), an advisory group of the nation’s leading scientists and engineers to advise the President and Vice President and formulate policy in the areas of science, technology, and innovation.[2]
    [edit]Research
    Zewail’s key work has been as a pioneer of femtochemistry—i.e. the study of chemical reactions across femtoseconds. Using a rapid ultrafast laser technique (consisting of ultrashort laser flashes), the technique allows the de******ion of reactions on very short time scales – short enough to analyse transition states in selected chemical reactions.[3]
    In 1999, Zewail became the tenth ethnic Egyptian to receive the Nobel Prize, following Egyptian president Anwar Al-Sadat (1978 in Peace), Naguib Mahfouz (1988 in Literature). Mohamed ElBaradei followed him (2005 in peace). Other international awards include the Wolf Prize in Chemistry (1993) awarded to him by the Wolf Foundation, the Tolman Medal (1997), the Robert A. Welch Award (1997), and the Priestley Medal from the American Chemical Society in 2011.[4] In 1999, he received Egypt’s highest state honor, the Grand Collar of the Nile.
    Zewail was awarded an honorary doctorate by Lund University in Sweden in May 2003 and is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Cambridge University awarded him an honorary Doctor of Science in 2006. In May 2008, Zewail received an honorary doctorate from Complutense University of Madrid. In February, 2009, Zewail was awarded an honorary doctorate in arts and sciences by the University of Jordan.[5] In May 2010, he received a Doctor of Humane Letters from Southwestern University. His students include scientists like Martin Gruebele
    Zewail is married, and has four children.
    [edit]Political work
    In his June 4, 2009 speech at Cairo University, US President Barack Obama announced a new Science Envoy program as part of a “new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world.” In January 2010, Ahmed Zewail, Elias Zerhouni, and Bruce Alberts became the first US science envoys to Islam, visiting Muslim-majority countries from North Africa to Southeast Asia.[6]
    When asked about rumors that he might contest the 2011 Egyptian presidential election, Ahmed Zewail said: “I am a frank man… I have no political ambition, as I have stressed repeatedly that I only want to serve Egypt in the field of science and die as a scientist.”[7]
    During the 2011 Egyptian protests he announced his return to the country. Zewail said that he would join a committee for constitutional reform alongside Ayman Nour, Mubarak’s rival at the 2005 presidential elections and a leading lawyer.[8] Zewail was later mentioned as a respected figure working as a intermediary between the military regime ruling after Mubarak’s resignation, and revolutionary youth groups such as the April 6 Youth Movement and young supporters of Mohamed ElBaradei.[9]
    [edit]Publications
    Advances in Laser Spectroscopy I, ed. A. H. Zewail, SPIE, Bellingham, 1977
    Advances in Laser Chemistry, ed. A. H. Zewail, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1978
    Photochemistry and Photobiology, Vols. 1 and 2, ed. A. H. Zewail, Harwood Academic, London, 1983
    Ultrafast Phenomena VII, eds. C. B. Harris, E. P. Ippen, G. A. Mourou and A. H. Zewail, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1990
    The Chemical Bond: Structure and Dynamics, ed. A. H. Zewail, Academic Press, Boston, 1992
    Ultrafast Phenomena VIII, eds. J.-L. Martin, A. Migus, G. A. Mourou, and A. H. Zewail, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1993
    Ultrafast Phenomena IX, eds.
    Age of Science (autobiography)
    Physical Biology: From Atoms to Medicine, ed. A. H. Zewail, Imperial College Press, London, 2008
    4D Electron Microscopy, ed. A. H. Zewail, Imperial College Press, London, 2009
    Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry (editor)
    [edit]References
    ^ a b Zewail, Ahmed. “Autobiography”. Nobelprize.org. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
    ^ “President Obama Announces Members of Science and Technology Advisory Council”. The White House. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
    ^ “Press Release: The 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry”. Nobelprize.org. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
    ^ “Zewail Wins 2011 Priestley Medal”, Chemical & Engineering News, p 5, June 21, 2010.
    ^ Kheetan, Thameen (26 February 2009). “Egyptian Nobel laureate calls for ‘scientific renaissance’ in Arab world”. Jordan Times. Retrieved 2009-02-28.
    ^ America.gov
    ^ Zewail: I have no political ambitions .. I would like service of Egypt a scientist only
    ^ ANSAmed (1 February 2011). “EGYPT: ZEWAIL RETURNS, CREDIBLE POST-MUBARAK FIGURE”. ANSAmed. Retrieved 5 February 2011.
    ^ Fahim, Kareem; Kirkpatrick, David D. (February 12, 2011). “Military Offers Assurances to Egypt and Neighbors”. The New York Times. Retrieved 12 February 2011.

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