This course develops reading and writing skills in Modern Standard Arabic with active speaking and listening skills in both formal Arabic and various Arabic dialects. Authentic materials from the Arabic media will be used in addition to text-related video and audio materials.
A practical language course which aims at developing the language skills of native speakers of Arabic. This course provides the students with a comprehensive knowledge of the linguistic system. It is intended to help learners reach a superior level of proficiency by expanding vocabulary and providing paragraph-level activities in reading, writing, and speaking; through a selection texts by writers from across the Arab world address literary themes and represent a range of genres, styles, and periods, where each text is followed by exercises that measure understanding and comprehension, vocabulary and language applications, including grammar, morphology, spelling, stylistic applications and composition.
The course covers the Modern History of Bahrain since 1500 till 2002. It contains: Chapter I: Introduction geography. Chapter II: A Short History of Bahrain until the beginning of the sixteenth century. Chapter III: Bahrain between European and regional ambitions. Chapter IV: Utub tribe and the establishment of political entities in the Arabian Gulf. Chapter V of Bahrain and British protection. Chapter VI: Bahrain after independence.
This course covers human rights historical development, major human rights laws, treaties and conventions. To learn obligations as citizens and residents of Bahrain as well as a member of the international community and to understand Human Rights Enforcement Mechanisms in Bahrain.