DARI 101 is intended for students with no previous Dari study or students with previous study who choose to start at the beginning. Students learn the alphabet, vocabulary, and grammar. This course aims to build a foundation of speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities, as well as knowledge of culture of the region. Students will have access to cutting-edge language resources (including vocabulary and scenarios) relevant to corporate and strategic security professions, providing students with added vocabulary and practice in using the language in current or future career fields. This course teaches Dari (all regions).
Employ information literacy skills by using technology to locate basic information about the culture and language of the country.
Demonstrate ability to think critically and problem-solve in comprehending basic questions and information about origin, name, date, place, social interactions, family, numbers, and survival needs.
Apply knowledge of the language in comprehending and responding to information about origin, name, date, place, social interactions, family, numbers, and survival needs.
Demonstrate literal awareness of the cultures and societies associated with the regions in which the language is spoken.
Communicate basic information and responses to questions about origin, name, date, place, social interactions, family, numbers, and survival needs.
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