Arabic 600 (PG)
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Objectives and learning outcomes of the module
At the end of the module, a student should be able to demonstrate . . .
- knowledge and understanding of Advanced Arabic grammar
- knowledge and understanding of a wide range of Arabic vocabulary
- knowledge and Understanding of a wide range of Arabic texts
- ability to produce written Arabic at an advanced level
- ability to understand and operate at a wide range of Arabic registers
- ability to communicate in Arabic at an advanced level
This module will be taught over 22 weeks with 5 hours classroom contact per week consisting of 3 hours of lectures and 2 hours of tutorials.
Scope and syllabus
The module provides teaching and learning of advanced level Arabic language. It covers wide variety of texts covering literature, politics, religion, science etc… Teaching will cover reading, analysing, writing listening and speaking.
A series of special PG lectures with associated seminars structured around the six themes Structure, Texts, Identity, society, Translation and Transformation (provided for PG students studying different languages) introduces students to general questions of role of language in language-based scholarship and research and provides them with the critical and methodological skills to relate their language acquisition to the thematic aspects of the study.
Method of assessment
One three hour written examination taken in May/June (60%); two term tests (20%); reading and conversation examination of 30 minutes duration (20%).