Arabic Computerized Curriculum
This collection (for speakers of Arabic and English) is intended to access the learner to myriad learning experiences in a contextually-based Arabic and English languages learning situations. Learners will be exposed to interactions in the fields of education, language acquisition and linguistics, and eventually develop their own experience in language learning, using the same principles of the different fields and Dr. Nimat Hafez Barazangi's scholar-activist resources and modules, that are available in this collection
These scholarly resources are listed on this web page under the publications of this collection, but not all of them are available as PDF files, though they might be available at other sites.
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(Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences, 1997)This paper is intended to summarize and complement the two reports prepared by Bawab et al., the linguistic and technical team from The Higher Institute for Applied Sciences and Technology (HIAST) headed by Dr. Muhammad ...
Al Hasub Wa-Ta`allum Al Lugha Al `Arabiyya li-Ghayr Al-Mukhtasiin Biha Bi-Al Tariqa al Tawasulliya (Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science, 1998)We discuss a research-based, computerized curriculum in Arabic. Learning of Arabic language for native non-specialists (ANNS) at the college level is presented as one module of this curriculum. Computer simulation of ...
(American Association of Teachers of Arabic, 1999)We discuss a research-based, computerized curriculum in Arabic. Self-Learning of Arabic as a foreign language (AFL) at the college level is presented as one module of this curriculum. Computer simulation of communicative ...
(1995)This program, available in a prototype, uses the spatial and thematic metaphor of a home in Damascus, Syria, and a classroom at Damascus University to access the learner to myriad learning experiences in a contextually-based ...