Mode of Attendance: Part-time
This Communicative Arabic Post-Beginners Course is for students who are currently between Beginners 3 and Elementary 2 levels, or for students who have completed at least 60 hours of formal Arabic language study. (If neither of these apply to you but you think this may be your level, an online assessment can be conducted, please book here.)
The course has a communicative focus on activating students' conversational skills and their confidence in using Arabic for a range of real-world scenarios.
The course is taught in both English and Arabic. It is purely topic based in order to support students’ learning and practising the use of widely communicative language through role-play activities.
Our online courses are delivered through a blended learning model: this is composed of 15 hours of live online structured lessons with the teacher, plus a minimum of 5 hours of blended learning. This is a guided independent learning supported by complementary material and regular feedback from the tutor. The course objective will be achieved within the course.
Online Course Requirements
Please ensure you have checked the Learner Support page.
Materials for this course are authentically created and sourced by the teacher, so no materials need to be purchased for this course. If you wish to read about which materials were used for the preceding courses, please visit our course materials page and any enquiries about availability can be forwarded to SOAS bookshop firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry Requirements and Progression Route
This course is aimed at students who have completed the full Beginners Course (Beginners 1, 2, and 3) or equivalent (approximately 60 hours of formal study) and wish to further develop what they learnt before continuing in the Elementary. We recommend this course for students who wish to maintain their skills over the holidays.
Please note that each term classes are subject to quorum requirements.
See the full list of short evening courses and accredited programmes in Arabic on the Arabic Section Homepage.
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