ARBU 140 is offered to all newly enrolled students except those who achieved at least 5.5 in Arabic Proficiency Test, or at least 900 in Arabic EmSAT or at least 60 in the placement exam, which is offered by the Developmental Instruction Unit (DIU).
This course aims to provide students with effective language communication skills through training in basic language skills:
The course seeks to enable students to acquire basic language skills (eg, grammar, eloquence, and spelling) and paying attention to linguistic methods and correcting mistakes, while enhancing students' affiliation to the country through various reading texts and written exercises. The course involves the use of modern technical devices in the process of learning and teaching.
ARBU 140 is a prerequisite for Emirates Studies & Islamic Culture Courses and all Arabic Courses at the Humanities and Social Sciences College.
ARBU 150 is a required course for all students admitted to the College of Law, regardless of their scores in EmSAT Exam.
This course aims at preparing students for their Major studies through a variety of skills (writing, listening, speaking and reading).
In writing, the course seeks to develop writing skills, such as writing articles, prose, modernizing the method, reconceptualization the translated text automatically, and use the common grammatical methods.
In speaking: the course aims at developing students' ability to participate in group discussions, read texts correctly, and be able to communicate orally with others, in order to discuss opinions through arguments and evidence, and develop improvisation skills so that the student can express himself and communicate with others.
The course includes a number of selective listening texts to develop the student's ability to understand the audio, and strengthen the student's affiliation to his country and nation. Moreover, the course includes a number of articles related to critical reading and reading comprehension, and the ability to read aloud, to enhance the student's affiliation to the UAE, and combines the originality and modernity. In addition, the course involves the use of modern technical devices in the process of learning and teaching.
All Arabic courses are no longer required for non-Arabic speakers
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