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ARAB 1002 : Beginning Arabic II

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ARAB 1002 : Beginning Arabic II
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Arabic (ARAB)
Beginning Arabic I
Beginning Arabic I
Summer 2015
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Fundamentals of grammar and pronunciation and development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in culturally appropriate contexts.
1. Recognize and produce the letters and sounds of the Arabic alphabet, and handwrite and type Arabic words with accuracy 2. Engage in basic social interactions in a culturally appropriate manner 3. Identify objects in their immediate environment 4. Elicit and provide personal information relating to family, friends, and studies 5. Have listening comprehension of short sentences, monologues, and dialogues relating to family, friends, and studies 6. Read lists containing highly contextualized words and phrases on familiar topics 7. Complete forms by providing basic personal information 8. Write discrete and linked sentences about familiar topics 9. Recognize differences in language varieties (MSA and Egyptian dialect), and sustain a basic conversation in both MSA and one dialect
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CCAS - GCR: Foreign Cultures
CCAS - GCR: Foreign Languages

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