About the AuthorFawzieh A. Bader is an author of several works and a long-time educator. She specializes in teaching Arabic as a foreign language. She has over 30 years of experience in teaching the language, and culture, at numerous levels and to students from extensive backgrounds, varying academic levels, and a broad range of professions. She served as an instructor at the University of Jordan (Languages Center) for 10 years.Her experience extends to teaching both colloquial and classical Arabic dialects, in addition to teaching grammar, reading, writing and conversational skills, Arabic language usage in specific areas, like politics, economics, and human rights issues, and instructing on methods for teaching Arabic as a foreign language. She also helped students prepare for international Arabic proficiency exams, such as the CASA exam.She holds a Master s Degree in the Arabic language, with additional backgrounds in education and psychology. can reading be bad for you Al-Asas for Teaching Arabic for Non-Native Speakers: Part 3, Intermediate Level (With MP3 CD)
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. One StarBy Federico SimnThe cover and first pages are cut through the middle. Maybe with a cutter?0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Clear easy to followBy LanaThe book helps you build a logical understanding of the language in an every day context of use. The reading and comprehension texts are followed by exercises and vocabulary that you can relate to daily encounters. Its cultural insight is very helpful in drawing a picture of the Arab world to students of the culture as well as the language. The CD is a very good way to check your pronunciation against that of a native Arabic speaker. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn Arabic in a straightforward and intuitive way.