Learning Arabic can be a challenge faced by children growing in the US. This is often a concern for parents as well. Our conversation with Dr Nabila Hammami sheds light on this topic. Dr Hammami is Adjunct Professor of Arabic at Wayne State University in Michigan. She is the Department Head for World Languages in the Dearborn School System and the Co-Chair of Arabic Curriculum.
This 2-part podcast will cover what goes into learning and teaching Arabic, focusing on the Arab American student, and how this relates to the learner’s sense of identity.