Arabic


Courses of Study

ML121f    Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I-A An introduction to Modern Standard Arabic for students with no previous knowledge of the language. Designed to develop all four skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—through a proficiency-based, student-centered approach. Students will develop accuracy and fluency in pronouncing and writing Arabic script, gain basic knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, and explore the ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity of Arabic culture. Nongraded. Prerequisite: Completion or concurrent completion of the college language requirement and permission of Professor John Turner. Three credit hours. Chatti
ML122s    Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I-B A continuing introduction to Modern Standard Arabic for students with previous exposure to the language. Designed to further develop all four skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—through a proficiency-based, student-centered approach. Students will hone accuracy and fluency in pronouncing and writing Arabic script, expand knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, and explore the ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity of Arabic culture. Nongraded. Prerequisite: Modern Language 121, completion or concurrent completion of the college language requirement, and permission of Professor John Turner. Three credit hours. Chatti
ML123f    Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II-A An introduction to Modern Standard Arabic for students with previous exposure to the language. Designed to expand all four skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—through a proficiency-based, student-centered approach. Students will hone accuracy and fluency in pronouncing and writing Arabic script, expand knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, and explore the ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity of Arabic culture. Nongraded. Prerequisite: Completion or concurrent completion of the college language requirement and permission of Professor John Turner. Three credit hours. Chatti
ML124s    Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II-B Continues Modern Standard Arabic instruction for students with previous exposure to the language. Designed to further develop all four skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing— through a proficiency-based, student-centered approach. Students will hone accuracy and fluency in pronouncing and writing Arabic script, expand knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, comprehend simple texts, and explore the ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity of Arabic culture. Nongraded. Prerequisite: Modern Language 123, completion or concurrent completion of the college language requirement, and permission of Professor John Turner. Three credit hours. Chatti