Mar 07, 2021  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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ARB-1010 Elementary Arabic


Credits 3
ARB 1010 is a course designed for students who are able to read and write the Arabic alphabet but have little knowledge of Arabic grammar and beginning to intermediate-low speaking skills. It focuses on the four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students learn Modern Standard Arabic, which is the language used for reading and writing Arabic today. Students learn grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary, reading, and writing of the Arabic alphabet in order to produce basic paragraphs. Some conversational Arabic and cultural topics are included. NOTE: Students who have not taken ARB-1000 and who want to enroll in ARB-1010 should have a basic knowledge of the alphabet and the sounds of the language. They will need to contact the Academic Coordinator of Foreign Languages to determine eligibility for this course.
Prerequisite(s): ARB-1000 or equivalent
3 class/1 lab hour or equivalent.
Course Outcomes
1. Listen to authentic passages in Arabic for comprehension at the elementary level.
2. Initiate simple statements by using elementary vocabulary and sentence patterns in Arabic. 
3. Utilize elementary vocabulary and sentence patterns in Arabic to reply to simple statements. 
4. Read simple sentences in elementary Arabic for comprehension. 
5. Write a simple paragraph in Arabic, using harakat, the Arabic voweling system.
6. Identify the characteristics of the various Arabic cultures. 

 



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