ARABIC FOR Youth- COMPREHENSIVE 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 youth – Comprehensive Course is an inclusive Arabic course designed for youth. It is designed to guide the students through a wide variety of topics to learn the Arabic language. Based on ACTFL standards, the full course is divided into nine levels. Using Arabic for Youth (العربية للشباب) curriculum, the learners will be able to practice what they learn in the class, and gradually will be able to understand and speak Arabic
- 2 Live Zoom sessions per week.
- A complete course structure.
- A Curriculums based on ACTFL standards.
- Easy access to the classes and teachers from anywhere.
- Progress reports.
Units include: simple greetings, introducing yourself, answering simple questions about who they are, standard form of Arabic alphabet letters, Arabic alphabet letters in their different forms, appendix letters, the main short vowels (Harakaat), reading simple words, and Arabic numbers 1-10, the first 100 Arabic words from different categories such as animals, food, school utilities, and transportation.
Units include: speaking about yourself and introducing yourself in male and female form, conjugating verbs with (I, he, and she), main propositions, main adjectives, family, house stuff, body parts, food, and animals.
Units include: meeting new people, conjugating verbs with (you, he, and she), future tense of verbs, jobs and professions, colors, extended family, furniture, house appliances, food, weather, countries, and places.
Units include: meeting new people, conjugating verbs with (you, he, and she), future tense of verbs, colors, extended family, furniture, house appliances, food, weather, countries, and places.
Units include: feelings, the five senses, traveling, weather, sports, hobbies and activities, illness, food, masculine and feminine nouns, dual and plural forms, subject pronouns, past tense, imperative tense, and numbers (11-99).
Units include: travel and transportation, in the hotel, tourism, building a house, daily routine, using Arabic dictionary, conjunctions, words patterns, words roots, the two types of the Arabic sentence, silent and pronounced definition article.
Units include: time management, places and directions, shopping, tourism, traffic signs, rules, ordering food, Iftar Ramadan, cities and landmarks, writing a developed paragraph, the elements of the nominal sentence, the definition article, definite and indefinite nouns, present tense verb conjugation, masculine and feminine nouns.
Units include: tourism in an Arabic city, phone conversation, writing a letter, in the street, traditional food, cities features, homesick, in the post office, communication, rent and buy a house, rent a car, looking for an apartment
Units include: Arabs celebrations, illnesses and medical issues, healthy and unhealthy habits, city and urban life, present tense verb conjugation, imperative tense verb conjugation, and agreements with adjectives and the described nouns.
Units include: watching the news, reading a newsletter, Arabic folk tales, negation sentences, and infinitive verbs.
- Arabic for Youth | Preparatory
- Arabic for Youth | N1 – Novice low
- Arabic for Youth | N2 – Novice mid
- Arabic for Youth | N3 – Novice high
- Arabic for Youth | I1 – Intermediate low
- Arabic for Youth | I2 – Intermediate mid
- Arabic for Youth | I3 – Intermediate high
- Arabic for Youth | A1 – Advanced low
- Arabic for Youth | A2 – Advanced mid
- Arabic for Youth | A3 – Advanced high