- Duration: 16 Hours Per Week
The students who come to this level should have a good linguistic foundation of vocabulary, grammar, listening and speaking abilities acquired from the two previous levels. The student receives a higher level of vocabulary and grammar through more developed contexts consisting of texts rich in knowledge and culture. The philosophy of the center emphasizes the importance of culture in teaching language, which is the vessel of thought and culture. Therefore, a variety of texts are presented about Arabic history and present, in addition to texts which discuss many famous historical figures and Arabic landmarks which introduce a persity of rich vocabulary. A variety of exercises are used to learn about structuring sentences, antonyms, synonyms, and singular and plural words.
These exercises introduce linguistic grammar which the student should acquire through linguistic forms. The students learn new grammar rules and make similar sentences with the guidance of the instructor.
The student’s writing abilities are enhanced through engaging students in writing using vocabulary and grammar followed by inpidual and group assessments.
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.