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Arabic Immersion

Coordinator: Ofer Efrati

 

Based on the principle of total immersion, this summer program combines intensive classes in both colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic—the formal language employed in print, news broadcasts and formal speeches across the Arab world.

 

Through classes, coffee hours with Arabic speakers, cultural events, and tours to religious and cultural sites throughout Jerusalem and Israel, students will learn the read, write and speak Arabic. What better way to learn Arabic than to speak with the locals, read signs and posters throughout the city, learn the names of the vegetables and spices found in the suk, and listen to the calls to prayer of the muezzin?

 

Elementary and Intermediate levels are offered, based on the Al-kitaab textbook series.

Elementary Arabic Immersion Summer Program (48878)

June 11 - July 22, 2015

Based on the principle of total immersion, this course combines intensive classes in both colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic—the formal language employed in print, news broadcasts and formal speeches across the Arab world. Through classes, coffee hours with Arabic speakers, cultural events, and tours to religious and cultural sites throughout Jerusalem and Israel, students will learn the read, write and speak Arabic. What better way to learn Arabic than to speak with the locals, read signs and posters throughout the city, learn the names of the vegetables and spices found in the suk, and listen to the calls to prayer of the muezzin?

Intermediate Arabic Immersion Summer Program (48879)

June 11 - July 22, 2015

Based on the principle of total immersion, this course combines intensive classes in both colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic—the formal language employed in print, news broadcasts and formal speeches across the Arab world. Through classes, coffee hours with Arabic speakers, cultural events, and tours to religious and cultural sites throughout Jerusalem and Israel, students will learn the read, write and speak Arabic. What better way to learn Arabic than to speak with the locals, read signs and posters throughout the city, learn the names of the vegetables and spices found in the suk, and listen to the calls to prayer of the muezzin?

Advance Arabic Immersion Summer Program (48883)

June 11 - July 22, 2015

Based on the principle of total immersion, this course combines intensive classes in both colloquial Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic—the formal language employed in print, news broadcasts and formal speeches across the Arab world. Through classes, coffee hours with Arabic speakers, cultural events, and tours to religious and cultural sites throughout Jerusalem and Israel, students will learn the read, write and speak Arabic. What better way to learn Arabic than to speak with the locals, read signs and posters throughout the city, learn the names of the vegetables and spices found in the suk, and listen to the calls to prayer of the muezzin?
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