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Making Drill and Practice Engaging and Fun – By Dr. Mohammad T. Alhawary

  • 14 Jul 2022
  • 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Virtual


  • This webinar is free to AATA Members. Login to register or follow the links to Join AATA then register here.

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The American Association of Teachers of Arabic
announces the following webinar:

Making Drill and Practice Engaging and Fun

This webinar is presented in collaboration between the American Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA) and Middlebury College Arabic Summer Language School


  • Complimentary for AATA Members. Register by logging in to your account, then select from the registration options shown here.
  • Non-members, click here to join, then register using the options to the left.


  • Thursday, July 14, 2022
    7:30pm - 9pm Eastern
    (Duration: 1.5 hours)


  • Virtual, sign up online using the links to the left.


Mohammad T. Alhawary

Mohammad is professor of Arabic linguistics and second language acquisition at the University of Michigan, where he teachse courses on Arabic language and Arabic theoretical and applied linguistics and serves as director of its MA degree programs in Arabic for Professional Purposes (APP) and Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (TAFL) and advisor of its PhD program in Arabic Linguistics. He is editor of Al-'Arabiyya journal as well as the Journal of Arabic Linguistics Tradition and the author of many works, including Arabic Second Language Acquisition of Morphosyntax, Modern Standard Arabic Grammar: A Learner's Guide, Arabic Grammar in Context, The Routledge Handbook of Arabic Second Language Acquisition, and Arabic Second Language Learning and Effects of Input, Transfer, and Typology.

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