Arabic Online Courses:

  Stages     Description     Level 
Introductory  stage  

By the end of this level, the learner will be able to

  • Master learning the 28 Arabic alphabets
  • Practice saying and reading simple commonly used words in Arabic.
One level stage of 24 learning hrs (first 3 hrs are free)
 Basic stage  

By the end of this level, the learner will be able to

  • Understand and use a variety of short simple expressions and short sentences related to daily life.
  • Use basic Arabic grammar rules communicatively.

  • introduce themselves and others.

  • Participate in short conversations.



  • Ask and answer questions about personal information (e.g. place of living and work).
  • Understand sentences and frequently used communication expressions having immediate relevance (e.g. basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).

  • Describe in simple terms the aspects of their background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

 

 

2 level stages:

a. Beginner (A1) of 20 learning hrs.




b. Elementary (A2) of 20 learning hrs.


Intermediate stage  

By the end of this level, the learner will be able to:

  • Read and understand intermediate and long paragraphs. 

  • Forming intermediate and long conversations

  • Learning intermediate expressions and grammatical rules.



  • Talk about plans, experiences, events, and needs
  • Understand and talk about a variety of concrete and abstract topics.

  • Use more communicative grammar rules.

 

 

2 level stages:

a. Intermediate (B1) of 20 learning hr.



b. Upper intermediate (B2) of 20 learning hr.


Proficient stage  

By the end of this level, the learner will be able to:

  • Participate in conversations and dialogues on a variety of topics related to work, education, media, etc.

  • Read and understand relatively long texts and stories for social, academic and professional purposes

  • Learn advanced communicative grammar rules.

  • Express ideas fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions.


  • Understand and produce well-structured, detailed texts on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.

  • Summarize and present information from different spoken and written sources

     

 

2 level stages:

a. Advanced (C1) of 20 learning hr. 





b. Mastery (C2) of 20 learning hr. 


Teaching Techniques:

  • The center focuses on four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking.

  • Arabic is the teaching language i.e. the student learns and interacts with teachers and other students in Arabic.

  • The center utilizes various visual and audible teaching techniques.

  • Adapting modern methodologies which focus on the learners and their active participation inside and outside the classroom.

 

Academic staff:

Our academic professional staff`s mother tongue is Arabic, and they are well trained to teach Arabic for non-native speakers.

 

Qualification/Certificate:

All candidates who complete the course will receive a certificate of attendance.


*Fees 

One to One Class

Group Class Max. 4 No.

250$ for each 20 hrs.

30$ discount for each student

 

Grants:

a) Three hours are free in the beginning of introductory level.

b) Free chatting for three hours in the end of each course.

c) After finishing the whole courses, you will have 6 hours free chatting.


Payments

      Applicants must pay all course fees in full before enrolling on the course.

      Payment instructions will be sent via email following receipt of your completed Application Form and availability of a place on a course(s) is confirmed.

      Please note, a place on a course can only be secured through payment; places cannot be reserved.

      Refund policy:

o   Fees will be fully refunded if a course is cancelled for any reason beyond our control.

o   Withdrawing before the start of the course: if you decide to cancel enrolling on a term before it begins, we will refund your term fees (minus a 10% administration fee) provided your request is received in writing before the course begins.

o   On withdrawal, refunds, where applicable, must be requested in writing to:

arabic@iugaza.edu.ps