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ASAL teaches Arabic for non-Arabic speakers 

 

Teaching Arabic to non-Arabic students means that my mission is to make the student able to understand Arabic conversation, speak in Arabic with native Arabs, read Arabic texts, and compose articles and letters in correct Arabic. This is accomplished by training the learner in the four skills of language (Listening, speaking, reading, and writing). The four skills are presented in our basic programme (Alarabyah Byna Yadyka).

Educational levels: 
In ASAL the learner advances through a series of educational levels (Beginner level, Intermediate level and Advanced level). Also I offer a super advanced level  for the students who want to become more advanced in Arabic language.

Forms of study: 
ASAL offers two forms of study as follows:
Private class- for learners who find difficulty in studying with a group.
Semi private class- where the advantages of private and group class are combined.


Methodology:
In ASAL I know that students want to learn Arabic for many different reasons. For example, some students want to prepare for Alazhar exam; some students are interested in comparative linguistics; some students are interested in translation; some students are interested in Arabic literature; some students are interested in Islamic studies; lastly some students only have only the time or desire to study the basics of the Arabic language.
ASAL realizes the different needs of learners and the best ways of teaching Arabic, which is why my method of teaching is flexible.

  I offer Arabic language immersion as a method of teaching alternatively, I also offer the students the choice of learning Arabic through the medium of their first language.