1-This level continues to
introduce students to basic structures by expanding their vocabulary competence
in the most in various areas, using the vocabulary they are studying to form
sentences, and becoming able to describe what is happening around them.
2-The language functions of this
level include the ability to write correct Arabic sentences, and to talk easily
about themselves, their food preferences, their hobbies, their studies as well
as what they like and what they dislike.
3-Culture at this level is an
integral part of students' learning since students learn about Arab culture and
customs as they make general progress through greetings, visiting a friend, and
being involved in social events.
-At the end of this level,
however, students are expected to be able to understand sentences and commonly
used expressions that relate to different areas, such as: providing information
about themselves and their families, shopping, work, and their environment. They
can also communicate in simple routine situations, become active in smooth and
direct exchange, and give information about familiar and common things and ideas through using