Carnegie Mellon University

Intermediate Arabic II

Course Number: 82-212

Fulfills Intercultural and Global Inquiry Gen Ed requirement

This course follows Intermediate Arabic I. It continues to build students communicative competence at the Intermediate Mid-High level in Modern Standard Arabic in all four skills (listening, reading, speaking, and writing) following a proficiency-oriented teaching approach. The course also continues to 1) integrate a spoken dialect to enrich students background in oral communication; 2) educate students about various aspects of Arab culture through written and audio-visual materials; and 3) engage in conversation with native speakers through the Natakallam program, virtual sessions, and guest speakers from City of Asylum and other institutions, in order to build their cultural literacy.

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Units: 12
Prerequisite(s): 82211