- Locations: University of Jordan
- Duration: 16 Hours Per Week
This is an intermediate level, and is considered an extension of what has been previously taught in reading, writing, listening and speaking. Through introducing these skills in historical contexts within modern molds, students enrich their vocabulary and utilize it in its suitable indicative/ semantic fields, and enhance their syntax, morphology and dictation.
This level teaches the following syntactic issues: active and passive verbs, subjects for the passive agent, adjectives, conjunctions, genitive cases, and number. As for the morphological issues, it consists of: agent-subject, agent-object, and verb forms.
This level aims at using the above mentioned subjects in daily life situations and employing them in different contexts.
Every text in the book includes exercises on comprehension and understanding, dictionary use, semantics, syntax and morphology, and listening. This level also emphasizes previous learned skills with speaking and writing skills.
This level includes a variety of new subjects such as social issues(Arabic wedding traditions and unemployment.) There are also political subjects such as democracy in Jordan. The level also includes literary texts of Najib Mahfouz and Nizar Qabbani, scientific texts of Ibn Sina , economic texts that deal with economical resources in the Arabic world, and historical texts like Tadmur.
Assessment is measured in different ways with written exams, oral exams, and daily homework.
About University of Jordan Langauge Center
The center was established by a Royal Decree in 1979 with a view to opening up to the local and global communities, and is based on the teaching of Arabic and English for students of the We_They, and teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, as has consistently held high-quality exams, according to global standards in language proficiency in the Arabic language for a number of home institutions and its ministries.
The Language center consists of three departments
- Arabic language.
- English language.
- Arabic language for Speakers of Other Languages.