Second-semester Arabic. Basic language skills, both spoken and written.
ARAB 102 covers beginning to intermediate skills in spoken and written Arabic; includes basic grammar structures, reading strategies, and speaking about familiar subjects such as family and personal life. Cultural activities are an important part of this course. Using the most widely used textbooks and engaging online activities built by BYU, students will learn to communicate in both spoken and formal Arabic. Participation via Adobe® Connect™ with one of our Arabic-speaking mentors is required.
A webcam, microphone, and speakers are necessary to conduct required speaking appointments. For optimal connection speeds during speaking appointments, it is recommended to use a hardwired, high-speed Internet connection during the appointment. Access to a printer/scanner is necessary to submit written assignments for grading.
Due to the nature of this course’s learning outcomes, the exams are only available in a paper format. Please plan for shipping time.
ARAB 101 (First-Year Arabic) or equivalent.
Lesson 1: A TA in the College of Business, Part 1
Lesson 2: A TA in the College of Business, Part 2
Lesson 3: May God have Mercy on Her, God Rest her Soul, Part 1
Lesson 4: May God have Mercy on Her, God Rest her Soul, Part 2
Lesson 5: The Future of Business, Part 1
Lesson 6: The Future of Business, Part 2
Lesson 7: My Grandmother wakes me up at 6:30, Part 1
Lesson 8: My Grandmother wakes me up at 6:30, Part 2
Lesson 9: The family house, Part 1
Lesson 10: The family house, Part 2
Lesson 11:. I feel embarrassed sometimes, Part 1
Lesson 12: I feel embarrassed sometimes, Part 2
Lesson 13: The hardest decision in my life, Part 1
Lesson 14: The hardest decision in my life, Part 2
Lesson 15: Why did I choose to remain in America? Part 1
Lesson 16: Why did I choose to remain in America? Part 2