In this course, students will be introduced to authentic, unedited Arabic language materials from Arabic newspapers, magazines, TV broadcasts and interviews, and other media.

As with all of our advanced subjects, emphasis will be on developing fluency in oral and written expression through discussions, debates, presentations, and written work.

The topics covered may include but are not limited to the following (students may suggest other topics that interest them to the teacher):

  • Politics
  • Economics
  • Business
  • Sports
  • Religion
  • Women's Issues

The order of activities for each topic will be:

  • Reading or listening to a selection before coming to class
  • Class discussion and/or debate
  • Oral presentations by the students
  • Written homework assignments on the same topic
theylcome to Al-Mashriq Center for Arabic Instruction. their curriculum differs radically from the competition, integrating colloquial Arabic with Modern Standard Arabic in a way that reflects the use of the language by native speakers.
The Arabic classes at Al-Mashriq act as a bridge connecting their students to the Arabic-speaking environment surrounding them - everything learned in the classroom is practiced with native speakers outside of it.
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