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This is the gateway to the companion websites for the Al-Kitaab Arabic Language Program. Individual companion websites for the third editions of Alif Baa, Al-Kitaab Part One, Al-Kitaab Part Two, and Haki bil-Libnani include all of the interactive exercises and audio and video files for the Al-Kitaab, Third Edition textbooks. Instructors will also find online course management tools and grading options.
Now available for Android: Yallah: Learn Arabic with Al-Kitaab is an app that helps learners practice and learn all of the vocabulary words in Alif Baa, Al-Kitaab 1, and Al-Kitaab 2, Third Edition. The app is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Alkitaabtextbook.com - your media center for teaching and learning ArabicAlkitaabtextbook.com is the home of the companion websites for the Al-Kitaab Arabic Language Program. The Al-Kitaab Arabic Language Program, published by Georgetown University Press, uses a communicative, proficiency-oriented approach with fully integrated audiovisual media to teach modern Arabic as a living language. The series focuses on developing skills in Modern Standard Arabic, spoken Egyptian and Levantine Arabic, and Lebanese Arabic. Learn more at http://press.georgetown.edu/book-list/al-kitaab.
To preview the individual websites, go to the Bookstore and select Preview to see the complete Unit 3 for Alif Baa, the complete Lesson 4 for Al-Kitaab Part One, the complete Lesson 3 for Al-Kitaab Part Two, and the complete Lesson 4 for Haki bil-Libnani. Sign up for a free trial to receive full access to the website for 30 days!
About the Authors
Al-KitaabKristen Brustad is an associate professor of Arabic at the University of Texas at Austin and chair of the Department of Middle East Studies.
Mahmoud Al-Batal is an associate professor of Arabic and the director of the Arabic Flagship Program at the University of Texas at Austin.
Abbas Al-Tonsi is a professor of Arabic at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar.
Haki bil-LibnaniAdnan Haydar is professor of Arabic and comparative literature in the Department of World Languages and Literatures at the University of Arkansas. He has directed summer institutes in Lebanon for intensive Arabic 1997-2010.
Paula Haydar is instructor of Arabic language in the Department of World Languages and Literatures at the University of Arkansas. She also has taught Arabic language courses at the Lebanese American University in Beirut, Lebanon.
Nadine Sinno is assistant professor of Arabic in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Virginia Tech.
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