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ARBC0101

Beginning Arabic I

Beginning Arabic I
The goal of this course is to begin developing reading, speaking, listening, writing, and cultural skills in Arabic. This course stresses written and oral communication, using both formal Arabic and some Egyptian dialect. Emphasis is also placed on reading authentic texts from Arabic media sources, listening to and watching audio and video materials, and developing students' understanding of Arab culture. 6 hrs lect/disc.
Subject:
Arabic
Department:
Arabic
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG

Sections

Fall 2014

ARBC0101A-F14 Lecture (Liebhaber)
ARBC0101B-F14 Lecture
ARBC0101C-F14 Lecture (Nassif)

Fall 2013

ARBC0101A-F13 Lecture (Soltan)
ARBC0101B-F13 Lecture (Liebhaber)
ARBC0101C-F13 Lecture (Al-Rihawi)

Fall 2012

ARBC0101A-F12 Lecture (Almallah)
ARBC0101B-F12 Lecture (Greeley)
ARBC0101C-F12 Lecture (Greeley)

Fall 2011

ARBC0101A-F11 Lecture (Fakhreddine)
ARBC0101B-F11 Lecture (Soltan)
ARBC0101C-F11 Lecture (Morkus)

Fall 2010

ARBC0101A-F10 Lecture (Fakhreddine)
ARBC0101B-F10 Lecture (Almallah)

Fall 2009

ARBC0101A-F09 Lecture (Liebhaber)
ARBC0101B-F09 Lecture (Fakhreddine)

Fall 2008

ARBC0101A-F08 Lecture (Liebhaber)
ARBC0101B-F08 Lecture (Liebhaber)
ARBC0101C-F08 Lecture (Wali)

Fall 2007

ARBC0101A-F07 Lecture (Masmoudi)
ARBC0101B-F07 Lecture (Liebhaber)

Fall 2006

ARBC0101A-F06 Lecture (Masmoudi)
ARBC0101B-F06 Lecture (Al-Masri)

Fall 2005

ARBC0101A-F05 Lecture (Abuhakema)
ARBC0101B-F05 Lecture (Soulaimani)

Fall 2004

ARBC0101A-F04 Lecture (Abuhakema)

Fall 2003

ARBC0101A-F03 Lecture (Stone)