Students in this course will continue perfecting thier knowledge of Arabic focusing on the four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students should expect text assignments as well as work with DVDs, audio and websites. Exercises include writing, social interatctions, role plays, and the interplay of language and culture.
- Teacher: Syonara Tomoum
This course is a continuation of Arabic 101. Students will complete the study of the Elementary Arabic book sequence. Emphasis will be on the development of all language skills using a communicative-oriented, proficiency-based approach. By the end of the academic year, students will acquire vocabulary and usage for everyday interactions as well as skills that will allow them to communicate in a variety of situations. In addition to the traditional textbook exercises, students will write short essays and participate in role plays, discussions, and conversations throughout the semester.
- Teacher: Mohamed Hassan
The course aims to help students achieve an Advanced-Low level of proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic with an exposure to one Arabic colloquial dialect through the practice of the four language skills.
- Teacher: Ahmad Alswaid