Middlebury

ARBC3397

High Intermediate Arabic II

This level builds on the writing and conversational skills the students already have in order to take them up to the advanced proficiency level. The students study literary discourse and news reports, along with listening to authentic interviews and talks, write lengthy assignments, and give short oral presentations. In addition, they review some advanced grammatical rules on daily basis. They also choose one of the dialects offered in the School to acquire the necessary conversational skills that would enable them to engage in a meaningful discourse with educated Arabs in a medium that is not considered artificial or unfamiliar in the Arab World. The study of the dialect is uniquely integrated into the general curriculum emphasizing the linguistic realities in the Arab World. Work outside of class requires between four to five hours a day.

Required Text:

Connectors in Modern Standard Arabic. Al-Warraki et al. AUC Press, 1994. ISBN 9789774243547

Media Arabic. Elgibali et al. AUC Press, 2007. ISBN 9789774161087

Additional texts selected by the instructors
Subject:
Arabic
Department:
Arabic
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:

Sections

Summer 2015 Language Schools

ARBC3397A-L15 Lecture (Atta, Tarbouni)
ARBC3397B-L15 Lecture (Ali, Qbilat)

Summer 2014 Language Schools

ARBC3397A-L14 Lecture (Abuhakema, Ma)
ARBC3397B-L14 Lecture (Faiza, Said Ramadan)

Summer 2013

ARBC3397A-L13 Lecture (Morkus, Said Ramadan)

Summer 2012

ARBC3397A-L12 Lecture (Morkus, Salem)

Summer 2011

ARBC3397A-L11 Lecture (Faiza, Said Ramadan)
ARBC3397NA-L11 Lecture (Faiza, Said Ramadan)

Summer 2010

ARBC3397A-L10 Lecture (Alguineedy, Bounajma)

Summer 2009

ARBC3397A-L09 Lecture (Said Ramadan)

Summer 2008

ARBC3397A-L08 Lecture (Said Ramadan, Youssef)

Summer 2007

ARBC3397A-L07 Lecture (Al-Kebsi, Faiza)

Summer 2006

ARBC3397A-L06 Lecture (Bennis, Koroglu)

Summer 2005

ARBC3397A-L05 Lecture