Arabic Self-Learning: A Module of A Research-Based Computerized Curriculum
Barazangi, Nimat Hafez
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 and structural Arabic are intended to facilitate metacognitive learning or higher order thinking of Arabic and Arabic language learning strategies.
Copyright 1999, American Association of the Teachers of Arabic. This is a pre-copyedited version of an article accepted for publication in the edited journal Al-Arabiyya, A Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic following peer review. The definitive publisher-authenticated version is available through the American Association of Teachers of Arabic: http://www.wm.edu/aata/index.php. See also: http://www.eself-learning-arabic.cornell.edu/publications.htm#3
American Association of Teachers of Arabic
Research-based curriculum; Computerized Arabic learning; Self-learning; Metacognitive learning; Arabic as a foreign language
Previously Published As
Al-Arabiyya, A Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic (1999: 32; 23-65)