AB 401 - Modern Standard Arabic Language in Context: Emerging Competent Abroad

Students who enter this course will have mastered most of the outcomes of the Independent Abroad level as defined by the IES Abroad MAP for Language and Intercultural Communication. Among other characteristics, these students are able to converse at a rate of speed approaching normal conversation. They are creative, spontaneous, and self-reliant as they solve problems, interpret texts, negotiate, and express their opinions, likes, and dislikes in the culture. Although they still make errors and experience communication breakdowns, these students tend to resolve these challenges on their own. Students who enter this level can already understand a variety of colloquial expressions.

Course Information

Discipline(s):

Arabic Language/Studies

Term(s) Offered:

Fall
Spring

Credits:

6

Language of instruction:

Arabic

Contact Hours:

90

Prerequisites:

Students who are placed in this level should be capable of achieving the outcomes in the Modern Standard Arabic Independent Abroad level as defined by the IES Abroad MAP for Language and Intercultural Communication

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