- Locations: University of Jordan
- Duration: 16 Hours Per Week
The second level aims at making the students structure Arabic sentences correctly using proper Arabic grammar, using the vocabulary and structures learnt in suitable linguistic situations, and recognizing Arabic sounds, vocabulary and structures when heard.
The second level’s book consists of 15 lessons that deal with important subjects that help students communicate with society. Examples of lessons are In the Class, At the Bank, At the Police Station, At the Mall, At the Restaurant, At the Doctor, Looking for an Apartment, Residence Permit, and Going Home Trip. The questions added to each lesson measure the student’s understanding of the lesson’s content, followed by exercises such as rearranging scrambled words, fill in the blanks with suitable words, sentence completion… etc.
Each lesson has dictation and syntax exercises, exercises forming broken plurals and other morphological structures(nouns, objects, agents), and listening exercises.
The book also emphasizes dictation and two kinds of composition: pictorials and rearranging a group of sentences/ structures to compose a full paragraph.
After finishing this level, the student is expected to know more than a thousand new vocabulary which enables him to deal with Arabic language through reading, writing, speaking and listening .
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.