The third student's book consists of 5 units, and each unit has 5 lessons, so that in total, the book has 25 lessons. Each unit ends with a comprehensive test over the skills presented in the unit. Each lesson focuses on a text which presents linguistic activities. These texts vary between stories and conversations, with each unit including three stories, a conversation, and a short informative passage. This is the most comprehensive curriculum for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers attending Islamic schools in North America. The author lived and taught in the West, adding a great advantage toward this recommended series, which aims to focus on similar letters, reading and comprehension, creative writing exercises, ordering, pronunciation, fill in missing letters, matching, time, and gender. Strongly recommend for children who have had previous exposure to the Arabic language. It is used by a number of full-time Islamic schools throughout the U.S. and comes highly recommended.
Preparing and carrying out programs and curricula for teaching Arabic language and culture.
Evaluating programs designed for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers.
Preparing and developing measurement and evaluation tools in the field of teaching Arabic as a second or foreign language.
Enhancing cooperation with other institutions interested in promoting the Arabic language, by carrying out Arabic courses abroad.
Teaches Arabic as a primary language
Uses vowelled letters (diactrical marks, or tashkeel)
Textbooks focus: listening, writing, reading, and speaking
Workbooks focus: exercises and games that support the textbook
Evaluations follow every 5 lessons
Exposes students to common terminology
Illustrated dictionary plus vocabulary list
Ideal for Western students; themes are heavily cultural, not necessarily Islamic.
A comprehensive curriculum for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers in full-time Islamic and public schools
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