|Title:||[A critical view of Arabic curriculum as a requirement for medical schools, Gezira University]|
|Authors:||Mohamedani, Ahmed Abdallah|
Abdal Rahman, Samira Hamed
Al Abbas, Omar Al Sayed
|Abstract:||We compared the present Arabic syllabus used in Gezira University Medical School with previous ones. We also surveyed students and Arabic professors in medical sciences on their views on the content and teaching/evaluation procedures and how these contributed to students' understanding of the medical science syllabus. The current syllabus was designed to provide students with Arabic language skills with particular reference to scientific language. The students' opinions differed regarding their understanding of clinical medicine and their interaction with patients and also the benefits to them of research procedures and reporting. The professors considered the syllabus was adequate to achieve its aims but emphasized the importance of varying teaching methods and evaluation|
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