Information for students whose mother tongue is Arabic
At some study centers, the language of instruction of tutorials in some of the courses is Arabic (sometimes a combination of Hebrew and Arabic). There are courses in which assignments can be submitted in Arabic and sometimes the final exam can be written in Arabic.
The learning materials as well as questions on exams and assignments are, in all cases, in Hebrew.
Note: The option described above is intended to benefit students whose native tongue is Arabic, and students may take up to six courses among the following:
- History of Zionism: 1881-1914 (10121)
- From 'National Home' to a 'State in the Making': The Jewish Community in Palestine between the World Wars (10423)
- Islam: Introduction to the History of the Religion (10432)
- Europe - Cradle of Nationalism (10403)
- Introduction to the Modern History of the Middle East (10109)
- The Middle East Between the World Wars (10425)
- Youth, Education and Politics in the Middle East (10510)
- Government and Politics in Israel (10406)
- Curriculum Design, Development, and Implementation (10106)
- Fundamental Issues in Special Education (10139)
- Individualized Instruction (10256)
- Reading - Theory and Practice (10123)
- Experiencing Theater: Introduction to Drama and the Theater (10154)
- The Arab Community in Israel (10657)
- The Modern Middle East (10646)
Study centers that offer tutoring in Arabic are in Nazareth, Kaukhab, Masadeh, Yarka, Sakhnin, Tira, Taibe, Tamra, El-Mustaqbal College in Afula, Wadi Ara in Givat Haviva, the Beer Sheva Arab College and the Central Negev College in Beer Sheva. Additional details can be found on the Arabic-language website of the Open University, here.