An Introduction to Koranic and Classical Arabic by W. M.
A Dictionary and Glossary of the Kor-an by John Penrice OR
Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic (Wehr), edited by J M. Cowan
semester represents a continuation of last fall’s LG-650.
learning a language, it is better to work a little each day than to
cram on weekends or over large chunks of time.
In other words, an hour each day of review and preparation
during the week is to be preferred over spending the entirety of a
Saturday or Sunday trying to catch-up.
is also better to use your out-of-class time to work on material that
has already been presented in class, rather than to “work ahead”.
Working ahead risks internalizing faulty linguistic input,
since this is NOT a “teach yourself” course.
review of Lesson 10
Exam on Lessons 9 and 10; vocabulary quiz Lesson 11
complete Lesson 11
vocabulary quiz Lesson 12
vocabulary quiz Lesson 13
complete Lessons 12 and 13
Exam on Lessons 11-13; vocabulary quiz Lesson 14
complete Lesson 14
vocabulary quiz Lesson 15
vocabulary quiz Lesson 16
SEMINARY CLOSED (Good Friday)
complete Lesson 16; vocabulary quiz 17
complete Lesson 17
Exam on Lessons 14-17