Arabic for Kids I2 | Intermediate Mid
- 3 months
- 45-minutes group sessions
- 2 sessions a week
- Next term: Sep 2022
Units include: describing places and buildings, vacation, sports, activities, weekends and weekdays, adjectives, animals, computer, feelings and emotions, holidays on Arabic calendar, Arabic folk tales, writing a letter, Arabic syntax, masculine and feminine, and definite and indefinite nouns.
Prerequisite: Arabic for Kids I1 Intermediate Low (or equivalent)
At the end of this course the learner should be able to:
- Identify and recite Kalilah wa Dimnah and Juha’s stories, which are two of the popular series of Arabic folk tales.
- Talk about daily life activities like traveling, shopping, and sport exercises.
- Write a letter.
- Discuss animals’ features and behaviors.
- Describe a school day using present tense and different adjectives.
- Know how to describe the school utensils and how to use them in different basic contexts.
- Talk about holidays on the Arabic calendar such as Ramadan and Eid.