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Arabic ATAR courses


The Arabic: ATAR course is designed to facilitate achievement of the outcomes listed below, which represent the knowledge, skills and understanding that students will achieve by the end of this course.

Outcome 1 – Listening and responding

Students listen and respond to a range of texts in Arabic. In achieving this outcome, students:

use understandings of language, structure and context when listening and responding to texts

use processes and strategies to make meaning when listening.

Outcome 2 – Spoken interaction

Students communicate in Arabic through spoken interaction.In achieving this outcome, students:

use understandings of language and structure in spoken interactions

interact for a range of purposes in a variety of contexts

use processes and strategies to enhance spoken interaction.

Outcome 3 – Viewing, reading and responding

Students view, read and respond to a range of texts in Arabic. In achieving this outcome, students:

use understandings of language, structure and context to respond to texts

use processes and strategies to make meaning when viewing and reading.

Outcome 4 – Writing

Students write a variety of texts in Arabic. In achieving this outcome, students:

use understandings of language and structure when writing

write for a range of purposes and in a variety of contexts

use processes and strategies to enhance writing.

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