Modern Standard Arabic for English Speakers

Author: Dahlia Dwedar

Publisher: Independently Published



Page: 234

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This is a B&W economy edition. Modern Standard Arabic for English speakers especially native English speakers, college level - semester 1, takes the student one step at a time in learning one of the most challenging Middle Eastern languages. The student will develop the skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, in an organized and sequential presentations with many charts to present and summarize the lessons' contents. There will be very little or no emphasis on colloquial or classical Arabic, to ensure maximum understanding and learning of standard Arabic the language. This textbook is dedicated to non-natives (not heritage speakers) as most popular textbooks used in academia. Within the pages of this new book, you will find various practical activities designed for the student-centered classroom learning environment. It is a comprehensive textbook for beginners, providing approximately 90 hours of classroom instruction. With multiple useful charts, tables, colored illustrations and an organized learning structure. Grammar is introduced with easy to understand language accompanied with various interactive dialogues and communicative activities. This textbook is for creative instructors seeking excellence and a comprehensible , enjoyable language learning experience for their students. It is the first part of a series that will be continued. If you are planning on joining GOV or MIL this is an ideal textbook for leaning Arabic for beginners with additional publications fpr next college levels and summaries to follow. ( Now, it opens from right to left)Audio files will be available on youtube shortly. contact me for Teacher's edition or Desk copies. Also, for the audio links as they will be uploaded as unlisted.

Building Cultural Bridges in Education

Author: Nataša Bakić-Mirić

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing



Page: 195

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Building Cultural Bridges in Education is a collection of 15 papers written by scholars from around the world, who came together in their shared interest to promote an understanding of, and appreciation for, the rich and varied contemporary theoretical assumptions and current trends in language, education, linguistics, literature and intercultural communication. As a result, the papers in this volume represent breadth and depth, rigor and relevance in discussion of numerous, and always varying, aspects of scientific discourse and lexis. The purpose of this volume is to highlight that contemporary scholars look upon topical issues through a dynamic global prism and beyond any strict set of rules, which would otherwise lead them to ignore the ever-shifting bridges in education, language teaching, linguistics, literature and culture, and the accompanying global cultural reality. The variety and complexity of these essays offer fresh views to the topic postulated in the book’s title, and will additionally stimulate intellectual curiosity and research as well as further development of new ideas within the fields of education, language, literature and cultural studies.