American Association of Teachers of Arabic


Learn the Arabic of the Egyptian Revolution this summer at the University of Maryland!  

The Arabic Program at the University of Maryland College Park is pleased to offer two intensive Egyptian Colloquial classes this summer where students
will be introduced to the widely spoken Egyptian dialect of Arabic. The courses cover the basic range of communicative and cultural situations
in Egyptian colloquial. In light of recent political events we will focus on the vocabulary and socio-cultural discourses of the 2011 Egyptian
Revolution. The courses will emphasize listening and speaking skills, using a wide range of materials from TV, social media, music, and cinema. Prerequisite: the students will have to complete 13 chapters of al-Kitaab Part I prior to taking intensive Egyptian courses

Intensive Elementary Egyptian Arabic I (ARAB199A)
Prerequisite: ARAB 105
May 21, 2011undefinedJune 17, 2011
MTWRF 9:30am-12pm
3 Credit Hours, counts as ARAB 106

Intensive Elementary Egyptian Arabic II (ARAB199B)
Prerequisite: ARAB 105
June 20, 2011undefinedJuly 8, 2011
MTWRF 9:30am-12pm
3 Credit Hours, counts as ARAB 107
 
For more information, please contact Katherine Giuffre, Arabic Flagship Coordinator, at kgiuffre@umd.edu.
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