Arabic Courses for Kids and Teenagers in Early Summer 2019

Arabic Courses for Kids and Teenagers in Early Summer 2019

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Registration details:
Dates:
 10 March till 25 March 2019 
Days: Sunday till Thursday
Time: From 10:00 am till 4:00 pm

Course Details:
Dates: 30 March till 1 June 2019, 4 weeks (20 hours)
Tuition Fee: QAR 1300
Materials: No textbooks are required for these courses. Instructors use materials and other age-appropriate visuals.
Class Breaks: Students will be given appropriate breaks. Parents are encouraged to prepare snacks for their children.

 

Arabic Beginner 1.2 (Non-Native)

This course is designed for students who can identify the Arabic Letters and at the first step of reading. After they have finished Arabic beginner 1.1 program they can already greet, introduce themselves and their family members, ask simple questions, and respond to simple questions. In this level, they will have basic short interactions about people they know, things they own, and actions they do. They will learn to understand and use familiar everyday expressions and basic phrases and will be challenged to produce more complex language than what they learned in the first course. The students will use conversation and role play as a means of communication with the teacher and with their peers. We make sure that students improve their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills through written and spoken activities. And they will learn simple grammatical rules in Arabic.

Pre requisites: Knowledge of Arabic Letters and at the first step of reading

Section 1: Saturday, 11:05 am to 1:05 pm, ages 10-12 years

* Note: Students who completed Arabic Beginner 1.1 can join this course regardless of age.

 

Arabic Beginner 1.3 (Non-Native)

This course is designed for students who can read and write simple sentences. After the students have finished Arabic Beginner 1.2, students should know how to ask questions about daily life activities and answer them. In this level, we will extend the students’ knowledge of the Arabic grammar in order to produce more sentences. Students will use conversation and role play as means of communication with the teacher and their peers.

We will introduce simple stories in order to improve students’ reading and comprehension, as well as improving their listening and speaking skills.

Pre requisites: The minimum level of reading in Arabic and completion of Arabic Beginner 1.2

Section 1: Saturday, 1:10 to 3:10 pm, ages 10-12 years

* Note: Students who completed Arabic Beginner 1.2 can join this course regardless of age.

 

Arabic Reading Beginner 2 (Native)

Reading skill are one of the biggest challenges facing Arab students who have received a foreign education, therefore we created this course. This course is similar in content to the above course and designed for children ages 10-12. In this course, students will learn through stories, songs, animation. In each lesson, there is a story that students watch as a film then they read it as a story. Each story is followed by comprehension questions, as well as language training.

Through these questions, the students will learn the significance of the story, its characters, its basic characteristics, and the time and place of the story. They will also learn expressive reading because the story contains narration and dialogue, and has different expressions (question - inform – exclamation…). Through linguistic activities, child vocabulary will increase as he learns some synonyms and opposites. Although the program focuses mainly on reading skills, it does not ignore the other language skills.

As we put at the end of each story its barcode so the child or the parents can watch the movie.

Pre-requisites: Knowledge of reading in Arabic at a pre intermediate level is required.

Section 1: Saturday, 11:05 am - 1:05 pm, ages 10-12 years

* Note: Students who completed Arabic Beginner (1) can join this course regardless of age.

 

Arabic Reading Beginner 3 (Native)

Reading skill is one of the biggest challenges facing, Arab students who have received a foreign education, therefore we created this course. This course is similar in content to the above-listed and designed for children ages 10-12. In this course, students will learn through stories, songs, animation. Each story is followed by comprehension questions, as well as language training.

Through these questions, the students will learn the significance of the story, its characters, its basic characteristics, and the time and place of the story. the students will learn expressive reading because the story contains narration and dialogue, and has different expressions (question - inform – exclamation…). Through linguistic activities, child vocabulary will increase as he learns some synonyms and opposites. Although the program focuses mainly on reading skills, it does not ignore the other language skills. So we will also focus on grammar and dictations.

Pre-requisites: Knowledge of reading in Arabic at an intermediate level is required.

Section 1: Saturday,  1:10 - 3:10 pm, ages 10-12 years

Note: Students who completed Arabic Beginner (2) can join this course regardless of age.

 

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