Explores teaching of Arabic as a foreign language (TAFL) in North America and Europe, including sociocultural topics such as diglossia and religion alongside theoretical approaches to Heritage Language Learning.
Concentrating on the real patterns of use in contemporary written Arabic. Data is taken from actual written Arabic, both literary and non-literary, observed or published since 1990. Sources range from street signs to high literature.
This textbook is intended for those with prior knowledge of Arabic language and grammar. It is designed to provide students with the linguistic and cultural competencies and medical Arabic terminology necessary to communicate in medical settings such as a hospital, clinic, or a community health care facility.
This book explores bilingual community education, specifically the educational spaces shaped and organized by American ethnolinguistic communities for their children in the multilingual city of New York.
An introduction to the field of teaching Arabic as a second language. Recent growth in student numbers and the demand for new and more diverse Arabic language programs have created a need for preparation programs to providef well-qualified professional teachers.