ARABIC FOR KIDS – COMPREHENSIVE SUMMER COURSE
STUDENTS WILL LEARN
- Reading Arabic texts confidently.
- Speaking and understanding the Standard Arabic language.
- Writing in Arabic with ease.
- Communicating with native speakers in the Standard Arabic language.
ABOUT THIS COURSE:
The Arabic for Kids – Comprehensive Course is an inclusive Arabic course designed for children. It is designed to guide the learners and their teacher through a wide variety of topics to learn the Arabic language. Based on ACTFL standards, the full course is divided into ten levels. Using I Love the Arabic Language (أحب اللغة العربية) and I Love and Learn the Arabic Language (أحب العربية وأتعلمها) curriculums, the learners will be able to practice what they learn in the class, and gradually will be able to understand and speak Arabic
- 3 Live Zoom sessions per week
- Groups of 7 – 15 students
- A complete course structure
- A Curriculums based on ACTFL standards
- Easy access to the classes and teachers from anywhere!
- Progress reports
Units include: Speaking about yourself and introducing yourself in male and female form, standard form of Arabic alphabet letters, the main short vowels (Harakaat), and Arabic numbers 1-10.
Units include: Answering simple questions about who they are, Arabic alphabet letters in their different forms, appendix letters, the main short vowels (Harakaat), reading simple words, and Arabic numbers 1-10.
Units include: Speaking about yourself and introducing yourself in male and female form, conjugating verbs with I, he, and she, family, house stuff, body parts, food, clothes, four seasons, and animals.
Units include: Greetings based on the time of the day, conjugating verbs with (you and we), future tense of verbs, daily routine, days of the week, extended family, house appliances, time, food, weather, transportation, countries, and places.
Units include: house parts, places, hobbies, house parts, places, shopping, time, money, interrogative words, advanced symbols (shaddah & tanween), types of Arabic words, and propositions.
Units include: celebration, wild animals, farm animals, insects, illness, feelings, toys, verbs with different subjects, and numbers (11-99).
Units include: describing places and buildings, vacation, sports, activities, weekends and weekdays, adjectives, describing animals, computer, feelings and emotions, holidays on Arabic calendar, Arabic folk tales, writing a letter, Arabic syntax, masculine and feminine, and definite and indefinite nouns.
Units include: booking a flight, jobs and professions, Arabic countries, hobbies and activities, time management, Arabic folk tales, dual and plural, past tense verb conjugation, present tense verb conjugation, imperative tense verb conjugation, and negation sentence.
Units include: environment, toys, Arabic and Islamic arts, museums and antiquities, Arabic folk tales, Arab and Islamic historical figures, dependent and independent sentence, compound and complex sentence, relative pronouns, active voice and passive voice.
Units include: travel and transportation, in the hotel, in the restaurant, shopping, tourism, traffic signs, using Arabic dictionary, conjunctions, conjugation and negation verbs with dual and plural subjects.
Units include: writing a letter, post office, renting and buying a house, Eid and Haj, illnesses and medical issues, healthy habits, city life, demonstrative pronouns, subject and predicate in the nominal noun, irregular verbs, infinitive verb, transitive and intransitive verbs, and agreements with the number and the counted item.
- Arabic for Kids | Preparatory
- Arabic for Kids | Pre-beginner
- Arabic for Kids | N1 – Novice low
- Arabic for Kids | N2 – Novice mid
- Arabic for Kids | N3 – Novice high
- Arabic for Kids | I1 – Intermediate low
- Arabic for Kids | I2 – Intermediate mid
- Arabic for Kids | I3 – Intermediate high
- Arabic for Kids | A1 – Advanced low
- Arabic for Kids | A2 – Advanced mid
- Arabic for Kids | A3 – Advanced high