ARAB 011A. Arabic Conversation

A conversation course concentrating on the development of intermediate skills in speaking and listening through the use of texts and multimedia materials in Modern Standard Arabic. The aim of this course is for the student to acquire well-rounded communication skills and socio-cultural competence. The selected materials seek to stimulate students' curiosity with the goal of awakening a strong desire to express themselves in the language. Students are required to read chosen texts (including Internet materials) and prepare assignments for discussion in class. Moreover, students will write out skits or reports for oral presentation in Arabic before they present them in class. This class is conducted entirely in Arabic.
Prerequisite: For students who have taken or are presently taking ARAB 011  or the equivalent.
0.5 credit.
Eligible for ISLM
Fall 2017. Hanna.
Fall 2018. Hanna.
Fall 2019. Hanna.
Catalog chapter: Modern Languages and Literatures: Arabic  
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