GH151 : Arabic Language II


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 two).

Accustom the student to clear expressions of his ideas in pronunciation and writing and the good use of punctuation marks. Developing the student's literary taste so that he realizes the aesthetic aspects of speech styles, meanings and images. Identify the beauty of the Arabic language and literature, and that the student acquires the ability to study the branches of the Arabic language. Develop the student's spelling and writing ability and skill so that he can write correctly in all respects.

Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge & Understanding Helping the student to acquire appropriate information in knowing his language functionally by: A.1 Students should be familiar with the structure of the nominal and phrasal sentence and their elements A.2 Students should be familiar with camel supplements from installations, sewers and accessories A.3 Students should recognize functions and punctuation marks. A.4 Students should be familiar with writing styles. Mental skills Helping the student to acquire appropriate skills in: B.1 The ability to distinguish between scientific style and literary style in writing. B.2 Students should be good at using punctuation marks in their correct positions. B.3 The ability to have a literary taste for poetic texts. B.4 Students should apply spelling and grammar rules. Practical & Professional Skills After studying this course, the student should be able to: C.1 Identify the areas of endowment and connection to support the purpose of reading C.2 Discusses the ideas of the readable text Criticizes/corrects/supports C.3 Balances two formulations in one topic C.4 Developing language skills Listening/speaking/reading/writing Generic and transferable skills Helping students to acquire appropriate scientific trends in the field of studying physics functionally, including: D.1 Ability to communicate and communicate D.2 Ability to work together. D.3 Ability to manage time, and to deliver and present in a rhetorical manner. D.4 Ability to write literary reports and articles.

Methods of assessments

Evaluation Number Evaluation methods Evaluation Duration Percentage Evaluation Date (week) First Assessment Midterm Exam First Hour and a Half 25 Sixth Week Second Assessment Second Midterm Exam Second Hour and a Half 25 Week Eleven Final Assessment Final Exam Two Hours 50 Week Final Exams Total 100 degrees


Scientific Subject Number of Hours Number of Weeks Verb sentence: verb and its provisions, subject and its provisions, verb reminder and feminization with subject 4 1 Effects: the object (the transitive of one, two, and three), the absolute effect, the object for it. 4 1 Attribution of the verb to pronouns, the correct verb, and the improper verb. 4 1 The number, its provisions and distinction, and the reading of the number. 4 1 Case, exception 4 1 Dependents: participle, emphasis, allowance, conjunction. 4 1 Punctuation 4 1 Writing: writing a letter, writing an essay, writing a story. 8 2 Report Writing: University Report, Career Report. 8 2 Report properties, report structure 4 1 Writing scientific research 8 2


عنوان المراجع




الكتب الدراسية المقررة:

دراسات في علم الكتابة العربیة

مكتبة غریب


محمود عباس حمودة

كتب مساعدة:

فن الكتابة الصحیحة

دار المعرفة الجامعیة

ط 1/2003م

محمود سلیمان یاقوت