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Foreign Language Lab Semester Hours
Monday - Tuesday
8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Wednesday - Thursday
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
 
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Course Offerings

UW Oshkosh's Arabic courses are offered through the UW System Collaborative Language Program (CLP).

Beginning Language and Structure

Arabic 110: Introduction to Arabic I
This is a four-credit course which introduces the student to the basics of Arabic grammar, beginning with the alphabet and introductory elements of conversation. We will focus on reading, writing, speaking and listening skills through a combination of exercises in class, lab and individual work by students.

 

Arabic 111: Introduction to Arabic II
This is a four-credit course which teaches the student more basics of Arabic grammar and elements of conversation to reinforce knowledge gained the previous semester. It will focus on reading, writing, speaking and listening skills through a combination of exercises in class, lab and individual work by students.

Prerequisite: Arabic 110

Required Texts:

  1. Alif Baa w/ DVDs: An Introd. to Arabic Letters and Sounds. 2nd edition. Brustad, Al-Batal, & Al-Tonsi. Publisher: Georgetown Press
  2. Al-Kitaab FII TA Allum Al-Arabiyya w/ DVDs, Part One, 2nd Edition. Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi. 2nd edition. Publisher: Georgetown Press
  3. A Dictionary of Modern Standard Arabic, Hans Wehr (Arabic-English Dictionary), ISBN-10: 0879500018, Publisher: Spoken Language. This text required for Arabic 111 only - NOT for 110.
  4. Al-Mawrid: A modern English-Arabic / Arabic- English by, Munir Baalbaki. ISBN 0-86685-786-9 (recommended)

 

Intermediate Language and Structure

Arabic 210: Intermediate Arabic I
This is a four-credit course, which is a continuation of the first-year, introductory courses in spoken and written Arabic. Will count toward fulfillment of the Bachelor of Arts language requirement.

Prerequisites: Arabic 111

 

Arabic 211: Intermediate Arabic II
This is a four-credit course, which is a continuation of the third term intermediate course in spoken and written Arabic. Will count toward fulfillment of the Bachelor of Arts language requirement.

Prerequisites: Arabic 210

Required Texts:

  1. Al-Kitaab for Beginning Arabic, Part One; Brustad, Al-Batal, Al-Tonsi. Publisher: Georgetown Press
  2. A Dictionary of Modern Standard Arabic, Hans Wehr (Arabic-English Dictionary)
  3. Al-Mawrid: A modern English-Arabic/ Arabic- English by, Munir Baalbaki. ISBN 0-86685-786-9 (recommended)
by schrod69 — last modified Aug 07, 2012 10:54 AM