1. Student Text: The student text is the first step of I Love Arabic Series (from 8 years old) and is supported by a comprehensive workbook, handwriting book, and teacher case. The text is comprised of 16 units discussing critical issues of a child’s world. Each unit is divided accordingly:
Reading Dialogue: Simple and short passages comprising linguistic structures of sounds, vocabulary, expressions, and syntax structures, aim to facilitate learning by teaching the language process and communication.
Vocabulary: Vocabulary words are taken directly from reading dialogue. They are combined with graphics to further student understanding and sensory perception.
Conversation: Conversational exercises encourage students to participate in classroom activities, apply reading material within dialogue, and ultimately become fluent speakers.
New Vocabularies: New vocabularies are listed aim to enrich children’s linguistic account.
Reading: Revision for the short passages comprising linguistic structures of sounds, vocabulary, expressions, and syntax structures.
Illustrated Dictionary: An illustrated dictionary appears at the end of the Textbook and includes word sets found throughout the lessons making memorization easy.
2. Workbook: The patterns of exercises include:
Reading Comprehension: Exercises aimed at determining the level of children’s comprehension for the meaning of dialogue expressions.
Vocabulary: New vocabulary is listed to help with student memorization and more exercises for matching between singular and plural words and more on matching between related pictures
Reading: Revision for the short passages comprising linguistic structures of sounds, vocabulary, expressions, and syntax structures
Sounds: The Arabic language is introduced sound by sound to avoid difficulties that students may encounter while learning letters with similar appearance or sound.
Composition: This section focuses on word expressions and sentences to reinforce more complete writing skills.
Grammar: A special concentration of theory and practice make learning grammar easier to understand.
3. Handwriting Book: Students practice writing Arabic letters, words, and then expressions.
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