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A Bridge Towards Knowledge
Courses ILO’s Aligned with Program ILO’s
- Department of Arabic Language
- Semester 1 Year 2019/2020
- The intended learning outcomes for programme Arabic Language and Literature and its alignment with the course study plan.
- Upon successful completion of the programme requirements, students are expected to achieve the following learning outcomes:
 
Knowledge
K(1)
Provide a summary on a number of Arab literary scholars and most influential literary eras.
K(2)
Identify the properties of literature (prose and poetry) in the Arabic language age and  some basic concepts accompanied by representation.
K(3)
Explain the meaning and interpretations of terms related to ancient and modern linguistics and its scopes of learning and teaching.
K(4)
Summarize the history of Arabic syntax and modern linguistics emergence.
Intellectual Skills
I(1)
Establish insightful categorization, comparison, and inspection  on the causes of renovation in Arabic literature eras  (prose and poetry).
I(2)
Employ standard Arabic expressions in accordance with the Standard Arabic language criteria.
I(3)
Preview the rhetorical and linguistic components beyond a text.
Practical Skills
P(1)
Communicate in writing and orally in real-life situations.
P(2)
Manage time when presenting information to colleagues.
P(3)
Communicate electronically to provide the world encyclopedia with ancient and modern Arabic scholars.
P(4)
Keep abreast of developments in linguistic and critical levels in order to accomplish sustained professional growth.
Transferable Skills
T(1)
Conduct insightful research using proper research methods.
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