I Love and Learn the Arabic Language Textbook: Level Pre-K 2

Darussalam Islamic Bookshop Australia

$22.00 
SKU: 01131

This series provides a new, integrated approach for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers and covers these educational levels: the Pre-K 1 level, starting from 3 years old; the Pre-K 2 level for 4-5 year-olds; and the KG 3 level for 5-6 year-olds. This series presents the Arabic language clearly and inclusively to meet the needs of Western learners. The curriculum sees language as both a general skill and a set of specific actions a child should to learn through communication, discovery, realization, and then application. It takes a systematic, three-part approach. Each part has certain objectives, enabling the learner to generate language accurately in a variety of modern ways. The system takes into account these three elements: Linguistic competence: this includes the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing; and the three elements of language: phonetic sounds, vocabulary and grammatical structures. Communicative competence: the ability to communicate with the people of language and writing words. Cultural competence: looks at patterns of the Arab culture in an engaging and exciting manner for children in this age-level, helping Western children connect with their Arabic speaking peers in other parts of the world. This series concentrates on classic Arabic, without using spoken dialects. The curriculum uses guided-art methods and techniques (recommended by experts in foreign-language instruction), and takes into account the unique nature of the Arabic language and its distinct characteristics.

I Love and Learn the Arabic Language Textbook: Level Pre-K 2 (From 4-5 years)

This series provides a new, integrated approach for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers and covers these educational levels: the Pre-K 1 level, starting from 3 years old; the Pre-K 2 level for 4-5 year-olds; and the KG 3 level for 5-6 year-olds. This series presents the Arabic language clearly and inclusively to meet the needs of Western learners. The curriculum sees language as both a general skill and a set of specific actions a child should to learn through communication, discovery, realization, and then application. It takes a systematic, three-part approach. Each part has certain objectives, enabling the learner to generate language accurately in a variety of modern ways.