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This seventh course in the Learning Arabic track covers the topics of travel, Hajj and ‘Umra. The student will learn the essential vocabulary, expressions, and cultural aspects necessary to communicate effectively with native Arabic speakers. 

Upon completion of this class, the student will gain a better understanding of Modern Standard Arabic through reading, writing, listening, and speaking.The learning material and teaching method is structured in a way to facilitate memorization and fluency of speech. Emphasis on specific letters – recognition of, their use and distinction between similar letters and sounds continues in this course.

It is strongly recommended for every Muslim who intends to travel/perform the Hajj and ‘Umra, to learn the essential vocabulary, questions, and expressions contained in this course.

This 301 course is to be taken after completing (101, 102, 103, 201, 202, 203). The 300 series courses are classified as Upper Beginner level courses within the beginner level.

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Short Intro: This course covers essential vocabulary and expressions particular to Hajj and 'Umra and parts of Arabic culture that provide the means to converse with native speakers. Sentences and questions are presented to facilitate memorization and fluency of speech.
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About the text:

Al-Arabiyya Bayna Yadayka (العربية بين يديك) is a famous textbook used all over the world for teaching Modern Standard Arabic to non-native speakers. It focuses on teaching culture, grammar and basic conversation, as well as touching on religion. Accompanied by sound files, it provides ample practice for each of the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking We are using the first of the eight volumes. This textbook is ideal for this curriculum because it contains the necessary tools for language fluency while being broken down into easy, manageable steps.

Who is this course for:

  • This course is for non-native speakers, approximately ages 14 and above.
  • Particularly beneficial for any students wanting to build on Arabic speaking skills rapidly.
  • For students who have completed Arabic 203.
  • Students interested in grammar, improving their understanding of the Quran and/or solidifying their basic foundations of Arabic.
Learning outcomes:

  • Acquire new vocabulary, expressions and questions in relation to the topics of the course.
  • Cultural aspects in relation to the topics of the course.
  • Practicing the four core language acquisition skills in relation to the topics of the course.