‪Terry Moore: Why is 'x' the unknown?‬‏ – YouTube

‪Terry Moore: Why is 'x' the unknown?‬‏ – YouTube.

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Language Learning Tools | Arabic Flagship

Language Learning Tools | Arabic Flagship.

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International Prize For Arabic Fiction: 2012 Shortlist on Vimeo

International Prize For Arabic Fiction: 2012 Shortlist

via International Prize For Arabic Fiction: 2012 Shortlist on Vimeo.

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Summer Arabic Overseas Program in Alexandria, Egypt

The application deadline for the Summer Arabic Overseas Program in
Alexandria, Egypt has been extended to March 9, 2012.

Please remind your students to apply before the deadline:
http://programs.americancouncils.org/AOP

Program Dates:

May 21, 2012 – July 21, 2012

Program Components:

20 hours a week of MSA, ECA, and Media classes;

4 hours a week of Conversational Partners to improve ECA;

2-3 overnight excursions;

Cultural enrichment activities

Benefits:

Summer Credits from Bryn Mawr College;

Pre-departure orientation in Washington, DC;

Round-trip International Airfare from Washington, DC

Live in the dorms with an Egyptian student

New Application Deadline:

March 9, 2012

Program Cost: $8,700 including pre-departure orientation, airfare,
insurance, tuition, room and board

For more information, please contact Rafah Helal at: helal@actr.org

Rafah Helal

Senior Program Officer

Arabic Overseas Programs

American Councils for International Education

1828 L Street, N.W. Suite 1200

Washington, D.C. 20036

Office: 202-833-7522

Fax: 202-833-7523

http://flagship.americancouncils.org

http://www.americancouncils.org

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AUB Summer Program

CAMES Summer Arabic Program 2012
The Center for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies at the American
University of Beirut will be holding an intensive summer Arabic
program from June 25 until August 10, 2012. The program offers
intensive Modern Standard Arabic instruction at seven different
levels: Introductory, High Introductory, Low Intermediate,
Intermediate, High Intermediate, Advanced and Superior. The typical
daily workload includes five hours of MSA and one hour of Lebanese
dialect, followed by lectures, field trips, clubs and movies which are
integrated into the program. Students should also expect at least four
hours of homework each day. The total of 186 classroom hours is the
equivalent of 9 credit hours at AUB, which may be transferred to other
universities.
The program uses the Georgetown Arabic language textbooks by Brustad,
al-Batal, and al-Tonsi and other supplementary materials.
The application deadline is March 15, 2012. Applications may be
downloaded from:
http://www.aub.edu.lb/fas/cames/sap/Pages/sap_application.aspx

The breakdown of fees for the program in summer 2012 is as follows:

Tuition for Modern Standard Arabic (obligatory): $4,212

Additional fees for optional services include:
*         Health Insurance: $143
*         Sports Facilities: $50
Accommodation on AUB campus:
*         $705 (private; single-occupancy room sharing the floor bathroom)
*         $533 (semi-private; two double-occupancy rooms sharing a
bathroom; women only)
*         $439 (double; double-occupancy room sharing the floor bathroom)
Accommodation off AUB campus; for women only:
*         $627 (double room with its own bathroom and balcony; sharing
the floor kitchen)
*         $1,097 (single room with its own bathroom and balcony;
sharing the floor kitchen)
*         $1,175 (suite for two persons consisting of a bedroom, a
living room, a bathroom, two balconies and a mini-kitchenette with a
counter separating the sink and the living room.
*         $2,350 (suite for one person consisting of a bedroom, a
living room, a bathroom, two balconies and a mini-kitchenette with a
counter separating the sink and the living room.)

For further information about the program, please check this link:
http://www.aub.edu.lb/fas/cames/Pages/arabic_program.aspx or email
cames@aub.edu.lb<mailto:cames@aub.edu.lb>.
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Georgetown Summer Arabic & Persian Institute

Subject:Georgetown Summer Arabic & Persian Institute

*Welcome to the Summer Arabic & Persian Language Institute
at Georgetown University!*

**http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/29/summer-school/format/language-institutes/arabic-and-persian

*2012 SUMMER SESSION DATES*
1ST SESSION: JUNE 4 - JULY 6
2ND SESSION: JULY 9 - AUGUST 10**

The Language Institute offers students the opportunity to acquire or
master skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking in Arabic
and Persian. Language instruction is proficiency-oriented and imparts
cultural experiences and knowledge. The materials used are broad-based
and help students develop skills for communication. Students learn how
to accomplish language tasks in formal and informal situations.
Assessments reflect the model of an educated native speaker as well as
proficiency (American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Language:
ACTFL) guidelines.

Classes are small and students benefit from individual attention
inside and outside the classroom. Experienced, dedicated, and diverse
faculty use current techniques and incorporate technology-based
instruction. The summer program provides real-time and on demand
access to current media resources and the latest in classroom language
learning technology. The Language Institute offers its students a
gateway to an exceptional academic community at Georgetown University,
a range of summer activities in the Summer School, and
state-of-the-art language opportunities.

*Arabic:*A comprehensive undergraduate program of intensive and
non-intensive learning in Modern Standard Arabic will last ten weeks,
with courses in Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Arabic.

***Colloquial Arabic:*Undergraduate course in spoken Levantine Arabic
will be offered with continuation in the Second Session. This course
is not open to native speakers of Arabic, heritage speakers of Arabic,
or students who have completed three years or more of Arabic at
Georgetown.

*Persian:*In cooperation with the Division of Eastern Mediterranean
Languages, two Persian courses are offered at the undergraduate level.
Intensive First Level Persian and Intensive Second Level Persian will
be offered both sessions.

* Highlights of the program:
*

  * *An intensive ten-week summer program equivalent to one full
    academic year of study*
  * *Intensive courses award 6 credits and Non-Intensive courses award
    3 credit hours
    *
  * *Weekly conversation hour with free coffee and refreshments*
  * *Weekly Arabic and Persian movie screenings
    *
  * *Weekly calendar of cultural and other activities in Georgetown
    and around DC*
  * *Language lab equipped with latest classroom language learning
    technology*

*Partial Tuition Scholarships*
Non-Georgetown students accepted into this Language Institute are
eligible to apply for a partial tuition scholarship offered by
Georgetown University (Please
seehttp://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/29/summer-school/admissions-and-tuition.cfm).
For further information and special application forms, please contact
the Scholarship Coordinator, Summer School Georgetown University, 3307
M. Street, N.W., Suite #202, Washington, D.C. 20007. Tel: (202)
687-8700.

*Institute Director: Mr. Belkacem Baccouche
Assistant Director: Ms. Meriem Tikue
*

*For questions, please contact Ms. Meriem Tikue at
mmt43@georgetown.edu or 202-687-2735.*

--
Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies
Georgetown University, 200 Poulton Hall
Washington, DC 20007
p: 202.687.5743
f: 202.687.7971
http://arabic.georgetown.edu
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