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 Foundational Education Books

  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2011). Standards-Based Instruction in the Arabic Language Classroom (Taaleem Allugha Alarabiyyah Almabni ala AlMa’aayeer). Publisher: Academia International, Lebanon. ISBN: 978-9953-27-957-2   Find it here
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2003). Academic Freedom in Arab Universities.  Publisher: University Press of America (Routeledge).  ISBN: 978-0761824985  

 College Level Textbooks

  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2012). Scribbles of an Arab Woman 2. Publisher: Montezuma University Press.  San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. Find it here
  • Taha-Thomure, H. et al (2011). Arabic Language through Dialogue 1.   Publisher: Montezuma University Press.  San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. ISBN: 978-0-7442-0708-8 Find it here
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Hanish, S. (2010). Iraqi Dialect through Dialogue.  Publisher: Montezuma University Press.  San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.  ISBN: 978-0-7442-9741-6
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2010). Scribbles of an Arab Woman 1. Publisher: Montezuma University Press.  San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.  ISBN: 978-0-9794921-3-6 Find it here
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & ElCheddadi, Y. (2009). Arabic Language through Dialogue 3.  Publisher: Montezuma University Press.  San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. ISBN: 973-0-7442-9133-9 Find it here
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & ElCheddadi, Y. (2008). Arabic Language through Dialogue 2.  Publisher: Montezuma University Press.  San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. ISBN: 978-0-7442-9744-6 Find it here

 Original K-12 Textbooks  Find Samples

  • Taha-Thomure, H. AlShaikh, M. (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 7: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. AlShaikh, M. (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 8: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey
  • Taha-Thomure, H. AlShaikh, M. (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 9: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & AlShaikh, M. (2012). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 7: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & AlShaikh, M. (2012). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 8: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & AlShaikh, M. (2012). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 9: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Dalati, S. (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 5: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Dalati, S. (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 6: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 5: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2012). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 6: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2011). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 1: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2011). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 2: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2011). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 3: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2011). Hiwaraat (Dialogues) Vol. 4: Standards Based Arabic Language for Non Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, (2011). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 1: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2011). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 2: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Srieb, H (2011). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 3: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Kassas, H (2011). Qisas (Stories) Vol. 4: Standards Based Arabic Language for Native Learners.  International School Services, Princeton, New Jersey.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2011). Human Rights for the Arab Child, grades 1-6.  Educational Book House.  AlKhobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Edition II.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2011). Ardh AlAswat, Vol. I   Educational Book House.  AlKhobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Edition II.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2011). Aladdin, Ali Baba and Cindershan: Arabic Plays.  Educational Book House.  AlKhobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Edition II.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2007). My Colorful Books: Teaching Writing through Drawing.  Educational Book House.  AlKhobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Edition II.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2007). Teaching Writing Using Art.  Educational Book House.  AlKhobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Edition II.

Articles

  • Taha, H. (forthcoming). Arabic Language Teacher Education. In A. Gebril (ed.), Applied linguistics in the Middle East and North Africa (pp. XX). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Taha, H. (2015). Education & Development in the Arabian Gulf Society. In the Proceedings of the Development Issues in the Arabian Gulf Societies held at the University of Kuwait.
  • Gebril, A. & Taha-Thomure, H. (2013). Assessing Arabic. In Antony Kunnan (Ed.), The companion to Language Assessment (pp. 1779–1789).  Wiley-Blackwell, MA.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2012). Extending the School Day: Needed Now.  AlAyyam Newspaper. Issue: 8321. Jan. 21, 2012.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2011). Reading must once again be the Arab world's loyal friend.  The National, April 20, 2011
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2009). AlGhoul, the Phoenix, the Loyal Friend and Reading.  In the proceedings of The Arab Thought Foundation’s Conference on Literacy held in Beirut, Lebanon Fall 2009.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. & Lyman-Hager, M.A. (2009). The Sum of Parts and the Whole in a distinguished level Arabic Program at the Language Acquisition Resource Center (LARC) at SDSU.   Center for Distinguished Language Teaching 2009 Conference Proceedings.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2009). The Distinguished Arabic Language Program at the San Diego State University. Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language Journal:  depaul.edu, Vol.1, no. 1, 2009.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2008). Got Arabic?  Global Connections: Pathways to Cultural Fluency Newsletter, 2008.
  • Taha-Thomure, H. (2008).  The Status of Arabic language Today, in Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern. Volume: 1 Issue: 3 Page: 186 – 192. (Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2009).

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Books

Acadmic Freedom

Academic Freedom in Arab Universities

Developing Superior Level Proficiency

تجربة المستوى المتميز للغة العربية في مركز مصادر تعلم اللغات -  جامعة سان دييغو

هل-نحن-حقا-معا

هل نحن حقا معا؟

متوفر لدى أكاديميا .. تأليف د. هنادا طه .. رسوم: سندس الشايبي

أحبهم-كلهم

أحبهم كلهم 

 متوفر لدى دار الكتاب التربوي للنشر والتوزيع .. تأليف د.هنادا طه  ..  رسوم: تيم تامير

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Arabic Language Through Dialogue 1

This textbook is for total beginners in Arabic (high school and college level) who are interested in learning Arabic in a communicative, task-based way. The textbook integrates all four language strands: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Many ideas and exercises are suggested for the teachers use. 

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 Arabic Language Through Dialogue 2

This book builds the Arabic learner's communicative skills sequentially, in terms of vocabulary, grammar and functional skills. It introduces the student to basic topics used in everyday conversation, providing in each lesson a dialogue; speaking, reading, and writing exercises; and cultural information. This book will help develop spoken MSA skills. 

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 Arabic Language Through Dialogue 3 (Arabic Edition)

This Arabic Language textbook is for those students who have taken about 4 semesters of Arabic or who are at the Intermediate Mid level (ACTFL). 

Arabic Language Through Dialogue (Set of 3 Books)

خربشات1

Scribbles of An Arab Woman 1

This is not poetry, for poetry is more sublime and poetry is more refined. Rather, they are scribbles and inscriptions on palms that love and smile, that embrace the mirage and remain.

 خربشات2

 Scribbles of an Arab Woman

This is not poetry, for poetry is more sublime and poetry is more refined. Rather, they are scribbles and inscriptions on palms that love and smile, that embrace the mirage and remain.