Arabic for Elementary Students, Basic, Part II
- Grades 2-6
The second course in this introductory Arabic-language series for elementary school students explores the language, culture, and traditions of the Arab world. You’ll continue to explore Arab culture, and learn sentence formation, grammar, and vocabulary. You’ll also expand your knowledge of Arab countries and compare aspects of the culture to your own.
During virtual class meetings your instructor will guide you through lessons, discussions, games, and other resources designed to enhance your learning. You will also participate in one-on-one virtual meetings with your instructor and teaching assistant.
Meeting times: Tuesday, Thursday – 7-8 p.m. ET
Time Commitment: 4 - 5.75 hours per week (2 hours class time, 0.75 hours optional meeting, 2-3 hours independent work).
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Course PrerequisitesArabic for Elementary Students, Basic, Part II requires:
Cost and Financial Aid
- Nonrefundable Application Fee - $15 (Waived for financial aid applicants)
- Nonrefundable International Fee - $20 (outside US only)
Financial Aid is available
We are committed to serving all talented youth regardless of financial circumstances. Financial assistance is available based on need.
Please acquire all course materials by the course start date. If you have questions about these materials or difficulty locating them, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book Title: Mastering Arabic 1 with 2 Audio CDs, 3rd edition
Author: Jane Wightwick and Mahmoud Gaafar
Book Title: Mastering Arabic 1 Activity Book: Practice for Beginners, 2nd edition
Author: Jane Wightwick and Mahmoud Gaafar
- Headset with microphone
This course requires a computer with high-speed Internet access and an up-to-date web browser such as Chrome or Firefox. You must be able to communicate with the instructor via email. Visit the Technical Requirements and Support page for more details.
This course uses a virtual classroom for instructor-student communication. The classroom works on standard computers with the Zoom desktop client, and on tablets or handhelds that support the Zoom Mobile app. Recorded meetings can only be viewed on a computer with the Zoom desktop client installed. The Zoom desktop client and Zoom Mobile App are both free to download.
Most course lectures may be viewed on mobile devices, but some assignments and quizzes must be completed on a desktop or laptop computer.
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