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The teaching of Arabic as a foreign language : issues and directions / edited by Mahmoud Al-Batal
Provo, UT : American Association of Teachers of Arabic, c1995
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PJ6066 .T43 1995    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Arabic language -- United States -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Foreign speakers -- Congresses
Computer-assisted instruction -- United States -- Congresses
Physical Description xv, 359 p. ; 23 cm
Note Papers presented at the symposium, "The Teaching of Arabic in the 1990s: Issues and Directions," held at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, in June 1992
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: The Arabic teaching profession: current realities and future challenges / Mahmoud Al-Batal -- The teaching of Arabic in the United States: whence and whither? / Peter Abboud -- The institutional setting of Arabic language teaching: a survey of program coordinators and teachers of Arabic in U.S. institutions of higher learning / R. Kirk Belnap -- Teaching Arabic as a foreign language: challenges of the nineties / Alaa Elgibali and Zeinab Taha -- Higher level language skills in Arabic: parameters and issues / Roger Allen -- Issues in the teaching of the productive skills in Arabic / Mahmoud Al-Batal -- Teaching spontaneity in elementary Arabic / Zev bar-Lev -- The role of close reading in the elementary Arabic curriculum / Margaret Larkin -- The grammar controversy: what to teach and why / Zeinab Taha -- Learning from Gulliver: the teaching of "culture" in an advanced Arabic language course / Samar Attar -- Discourse competence in TAFL: skill levels and choice of language variety in the Arabic classroom / Karin C. Ryding -- An integrated curriculum for elementary Arabic / Munther A. Younes -- Computer-assisted language learning for Arabic: rationale and research potential / M. Mahdi Alosh -- Computers and proficiency goals: facing facts / Dilworth B. Parkinson -- Incorporating video in teaching Arabic / Ahmed Ferhadi -- The Arabic speaking proficiency test and its implementation / Raji M. Rammuny
Language Text in English with some Arabic
Summary Papers presented at the symposium, "The Teaching of Arabic in the 1990s: Issues and Directions," held at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, in June 1992
Series ÊğArabiyya monograph series
Alternate Author Al-Batal, Mahmoud

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