Arabic 100 B (Heritage Students)
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- Term 2
This is a basic language acquisition module for students who have already studied the language 1A equivalent in the previous term, or who have equivalent knowledge. This is an introductory module is for students who have experience of spoken Arabic at home without having formally studied the written language. This module develops knowledge of some of the several basic constructions of the language, enabling students to develop their skills in reading and writing.
Objectives and learning outcomes of the module
On successful completion of this module a student will:
Gain knowledge and understanding of basic grammar
Gain knowledge and understanding of essential standard Arabic vocabulary
Gain knowledge and understanding of the appropriateness of basic structures in a given context
Demonstrate the ability to understand sentences and short passages in written language on certain everyday topics
Demonstrate the ability to produce sentences in written language on certain everyday topics.
Total of 12 weeks teaching with 4 hours classroom contact per week consisting of 2-hour lectures and 2-hour tutorials.
Method of assessment
- One mid term test (40 minutes) (30%)
- One Exam (2 hours) (70%).