GH150 : Arabic I


Department of Marine Engineering

Academic Program

Bachelor in Marine machinery and engines


University requirement





Review of Arabic courses taken in high school, including construction of Arabic sentence, spelling and punctuation (Part one).

Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding To introduce students to the beauty of the Arabic language and speech and its sections Students should be familiar with syntax and its types. Students should remember the five names. Students should be familiar with the structure of the nominal sentence, its elements and spelling rules. Mental skills Analyzing and tasting literary texts in understanding, language and perception, and their multiple connotations Training in reading texts aloud to know the extent of their ability to pronounce the correct Arabic letters. Determine the level of performance in pronunciation, thought, emotion, and imagination The ability to write properly for standard spelling and training in writing correct scientific reports. Practical and professional skills Prepare students well for their professional lives Work to develop the practical spirit and belonging to the profession that students will practice in Future. Discusses the ideas of the readable text Crits/corrects/supports and balances two formulations in one topic Developing language skills Listening/speaking/reading/writing General and Transferable Skills Ability to communicate and communicate Ability to write reports and literary articles. Ability to work in teams Ability to manage time, deliver and present in a rhetorical manner

Methods of assessments

Assessment Number Evaluation methods Evaluation Period Evaluation Date (week) First Assessment Midterm Exam First Hour and Half Sixth Week Second Assessment Midterm Exam Second Hour and a Half Eleventh Week Final Assessment Final Exam Two Hours Week Final Exams Total


Scientific Subject Number of Hours Lecture A historical introduction to the development of Arabic rules (why was it described, when, and how was the beginning....) 3 2 Speech and what it consists of: the word and its divisions, noun signs, verb, and letter. 3 2 Syntax and construction: types of expression, expressed and built from nouns, verbs and letters except verb nouns. 6 4 Apparent and Appreciative Expression 3 2 Parent and child parsing marks. 3 2 Present tense verb parsing: present tense raised, erected, and fragmented 3 2 Construct the present tense. 3 2 The five verbs. 3 2 The five nouns, the Muthanna and its appendix, the plural of the masculine Salem and its appendix, the plural of the feminine Salem and its appendix, the noun that is forbidden to exchange. 6 4 Masculine and feminine, what is mentioned and feminine from nouns, signs of femininity. 3 2 Nominal sentence: the beginner and its provisions, and the news and its provisions. Nawasakh: Kan and her sisters, if and her sisters. 3 2 Spelling: hamza, hyphen and cut, hamza in the middle of the word (middle), hamza at the end of the word (extreme) 3 2


Title of Reviewer Publisher Version Author Course notes: Arabic language for non-specialists General Administration of Libraries and Publications / Libya - 1st Edition / 1996 AD A committee of professors Textbooks: Grammatical application - i 1/1985 AD Abdo Al-Rajhi Help books: Adequate grammar - 3/1974 AD Abbas Hassan