ARBC 6698

Language Practicum

This is a one unit course which is designed to give graduate students an opportunity to reflect on Arabic pedagogical theories and become familiar with a range of teaching strategies and techniques. The course includes class observation, lesson planning, a micro-teaching component and actual teaching demonstrations of the language skills. Students are required to conduct interviews with professional instructors during which they discuss the best practices as well as problems encountered in teaching the beginning, intermediate and advanced college level Arabic classes. To address the linguistic phenomenon of diglossia, students will practice teaching Arab dialect(s) alongside the formal varieties of the language. The course is offer in the last summer session towards the completion of the Master’s degree.
Language School
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Summer 2017 Language Schools, Mills 6 Week Session

ARBC6698A-L17 Lecture (El-Genidy)

Summer 2016 Language Schools, Mills 6 Week Session

ARBC6698A-L16 Lecture (El-Genidy)

Summer 2015 Language Schools, Mills 6 Week Session

ARBC6698A-L15 Lecture (El-Genidy)

Summer 2013, Mills 6 Week Session

ARBC6698A-L13 Lecture (Abdalla)