Institute for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers

Introduction to the institute:

The language of al-Daad.. the language of the Holy Qur’an that was revealed in it. Therefore, learning it is necessary for non-Arab Muslims to get to know their Islamic heritage and religion, and it is the duty of Arab Muslims to spread it around the world. It aims to teach the Arabic language to non-native speakers, provide them with the Arab-Islamic culture, spread the Arabic language and Islamic culture globally with skilled graduates in Arabic for non-native speakers, prepare and train teachers through postgraduate programs and training, publish scientific research, and serve the local and global community. It is an intensive program for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, in order to qualify the student linguistically so that he can study in Arab universities.

the message:

Pioneering and achieving quality and excellence in learning the Arabic language and teaching it to non-native speakers using advanced technologies, in terms of education, research, training and consultation, and participation and social responsibility towards Muslims internally and externally.

values ​​and goals: 

 The institute seeks to achieve a number of goals, including:

1- Contribute to the spread of Islam and take pride in learning and teaching the Arabic language.

2- Teaching the Arabic language and its literature to non-Muslims who speak it, providing them with a sufficient amount of Islamic studies to serve and spread Islam, and qualifying them to join one of the university’s colleges.

3- Proficiency and quality in performance, and preparing specialized teachers who teach Arabic to non-native speakers in Islamic countries and Muslim minorities in the world.

4- Exchange of scientific experiences in the field of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers between the Institute and specialized scientific institutions, and with Islamic institutions and bodies in the field of teaching Arabic and spreading the Islamic call.

5- Establishing training courses for teachers of Arabic language for non-native speakers in Islamic countries, and working on holding seminars and conferences with major universities to see all that is new, effective communication with other cultures, and work on its application, with continuous innovation and development.

6- Building a contemporary Muslim personality that influences its society effectively, and keeps pace with contemporary developments in learning and Islamic education based on the global message of Islam, with moderation.

7- Providing foreign students with the multiple skills that qualify them to teach Arabic, science and Islamic education. 

Admission requirements to the institute (male and female):

1- The applicant must not be less than 17 years old.      

2- The applicant must have a high school diploma with a grade of no less than very good.

3- He must be of good conduct and behavior, with the recommendation of one of the institutions or bodies.

4- All documents must be certified 

6- Pass the acceptance test.

Documents required when applying:

1- A copy of the secondary school certificate.

2- A copy of the transcript.

3- A copy of the passport.

4- A copy of the birth certificate.     

5- Recommendation from a governmental body or association.

6- A certificate of memorizing the Qur’an or parts of it (if any).

8- A personal photo.

How to register in the program:

1- Registration in the diploma for a fee by attending the institute and submitting the required documents and payment receipts, or via the distance education website. 

2- Fill out the application form and issue a temporary university card until a university number is issued for the newcomer.

3 . Submit the required documents in case of acceptance.

4- Payment of registration fees through the official bank account of the university with the need to print the receipt, and after checking and matching the secondary certificate and the required official papers, the student is delivered a university card, then the student is transferred to the Agency for Educational Affairs at the institute for a placement test, to obtain final acceptance.

 

 

 

 

 Academic degrees awarded by the program:

 The degree of Arabic Diploma for Speakers of Other

Bachelor’s Program in Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other Languages

Postgraduate programs in the field of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers The College of Graduate Studies (the university) has a program for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, as follows:

  • 1- Higher Diploma

  • 2- Masters

  • 3- Ph.D

 

            Arabic Language Diploma degree of non – native speakers :

 

Number and duration of study levels:

Four levels Each level represents a semester.

study plan

the number Course Name
1 The Holy Quran
2 The Holy Quran and Tajweed
3 Interpretation
4 Prophetic tradition
5 jurisprudence
6 Monotheism
7 Biography of the Prophet
8 Islamic history
9 Islamic culture
10 sounds
11 reading
12 language exercises
13 Writing
14 construction
15th dictation
16 Literary texts
 17 strange quran 
 18 education technologies
19 Islamic education and morals
20 Arabic Library and Research

 

Level one courses

NS Subject course book
1 The Holy Quran _____
2 language exercises Arabic Lessons for Non-Native Speakers (Part One)
3  

reading

 

reading lessons

4 Writing Writing lessons
5 construction  Expression lessons
6 Arabic Grammar (1)
7 Arabic Library and Research
8 practical training
9 Islamic Fiqh 
10 Quranic and Prophetic stories 

 

Second level courses:

 

NS Subject course book
1 The Holy Quran _____
2 Prophetic tradition Lessons in hadith and jurisprudence
3 jurisprudence
4 language exercises Arabic Lessons for Non-Native Speakers (Part Two)
5 sounds Voice training lessons
6  

reading

reading lessons
Stories of the Prophets (for children)
7 Islamic culture  —————–
8 dictation Spelling lessons
9 Oral and written expression 
10 Islamic education and morals 

 

Third level courses

NS Subject course book
1 The Holy Quran _____
2 intonation Easy intonation
3 Prophetic tradition Lessons in hadith and jurisprudence
4 jurisprudence
5 Monotheism Tawheed lessons (1)
6 Biography of the Prophet Selections from the biography of the Prophet
7 language exercises Arabic lessons for non-native speakers (3)
 

 

8

reading reading lessons
Pictures from the life of the Companions
9 education technologies ……………………………………
 

10

dictation Spelling lessons
11 practical training 

 

 

Fourth level courses

 

NS Subject course book
1 The Holy Quran _____
2 intonation Easy intonation
3 Interpretation lessons in interpretation
 

4

Monotheism Tawheed lessons (2)
5 Islamic history Brief summary
6 language exercises Arabic lessons for non-native speakers (4)
7 reading reading lessons
Pictures from the life of the Companions
8 Islamic education and morals …………………….
9 Literary texts Lessons in literary texts
10 strange quran  ……………………………………
11 practical training  Graduation Project 

Praise be to God, whose grace good deeds are accomplished,,,,,,,,,,,, Prepared and collected by the Scientific Committee    

 

Study Plan of the Higher Diploma Program in Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers: 

 

Subject the level 
Semantics and dictionaries the first 
The use of computers in language teaching the first 
Teaching Methods the first 
Technology Education the first 
phonetics the first 
Arab Islamic civilization the first 
Grammar The second 
Research Methods The second 
Introduction to modern linguistics The second 
language test design The second 
Contrastive analysis and error analysis The second 
Arabic Philology the third 
Islamic culture and methods of teaching it to non-native speakers the third 
Building curricula and preparing Arabic language teaching materials the third 
Rhetoric and criticism the third 
Offers the third 
An introduction to applied linguistics the third 
second language acquisition the fourth 
Language teaching methods the fourth 
Culture and language education the fourth 
second language acquisition the fourth 
practical training  Graduation Project 

 

Study plan for the MA in Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers: 

 

Subject the level
Sociolinguistics
Psycholinguistics
Educational supervision and teacher training
Advanced Studies in Arabic Language
Methods of teaching language skills
Islamic education and morals 
field studies
Practical Education
An introduction to applied linguistics
The science of second language acquisition
language issues
Islamic studies 
communication skills
language tests
Language teaching for special purposes
Modern techniques for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers 
Linguistic matching and error analysis
thesis

 

Study Plan of the PhD Program in Applied Arabic Linguistics:

Subject  the level 
Directed Studies in Sociolinguistics
Advanced issues in language and technology
Prepare a research plan
Preparing and evaluating language teaching materials
Studies in second language education
Issues in second language acquisition
Research methods in applied linguistics
Research in applied linguistics
Practical Education
Islamic studies 
Applied Studies in the Arabic Language
Contemporary issues and problems in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers 
Thesis

 

 

Thank God that His grace is righteous ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Collection and preparation: Scientific Committee

 

Bachelor in Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other Languages:

Vision, Mission and Objectives

Vision:

Leadership and excellence in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, scientific research and community service locally and regionally.

the message:

The department seeks to be a distinguished global reference in language and culture studies, and to supply the local labor market with specialists with effective academic and skillful competencies in the field of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers.​

Objectives:

  •  Leadership and excellence in granting a bachelor’s degree in Arabic language and literature to non-Arabic speakers, through excellence in preparing non-Arabic-speaking students who are affiliated with this program, and enabling them to do so in a way that contributes to supplying various fields of work in non-Arab countries with highly qualified graduates, both technically and academically. .
  • Teaching students the sounds of Arabic speaking, reading and writing.
  • Provide them with the necessary vocabulary, grammar and structures to develop their four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking).
  • Providing students with the necessary competencies that enable them in the Arabic language, and the skills related to the Arabic language and the fields it needs in the practice of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers.
  • Pioneering in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers to spread the Arabic language in the world.
  • Facilitate learning and recitation of the Noble Qur’an, and Islamic education 

 

Program outputs:

 Providing students with the necessary communicative skills and language competencies and developing them in an environment based on self-learning and cooperative, linking Arabic emotionally and mentally among its non-Arab learners, strengthening the belief in the universality of the Arabic language among its learners of non-native speakers, and supplying the international labor market with highly qualified non-Arab graduates In the specialization of the Arabic language, and the development of a culture of dialogue and openness to the other and his civilization.

It is expected that upon completion of the study of the courses of this program, the student will be able to demonstrate effective adequacy in the use of contemporary standard Arabic in the areas of reading, writing and conversation, and to employ the Arabic language in writing, reading and conversation in expressing his needs and the needs of the labor market, and to comprehend the relationship of Arab culture with other cultures. Humanity and usefulness through creative interaction, effectively applying acquired skills in different situations.

 

study plan :

First semester :

the number

Article

1

Introduction to education and psychology

2

Methods of teaching Arabic language

3

Teaching Methods

4

Design and production of educational materials

5

Arabic language and literature (1)

6

An introduction to teaching Arabic to non-native speakers

7

phonetics

8

Introduction to modern linguistics

9

The Holy Quran and its recitation 

Second Semester :

the number

Article

1

second language acquisition theories

2

Teaching language skills to non-Arabic speakers

3

Curricula and design of educational materials for non-Arabic speakers

4

Arabic language and literature (2)

5

Functional spelling and writing

6

Develop Arabic language skills

7

educational psychology

8

Linguistic matching and error analysis

 

Third semester:

the number

Article

1

Technical supervision and direction

2

Preparing and qualifying teachers

3

Problems and challenges of teaching Arabic to non-native speakers

4

Advanced Studies in Arabic Language (1)

5

Islamic Ethics 

6

Language tests

7

psycholinguistics (1)

8

the computer

9

The Holy Quran and its recitation

Fourth semester

the number

Article

1

Psycholinguistics (2)

2

school library

3

Comparative literature

4

Advanced Studies in Arabic Language (2)

5

Practical Education

6

Arabic dictionaries and library

7

Applied Criticism

8

Studies in the Qur’an and Sunnah 

 

Fifth semester:

the number

Article

1

English writing and speaking skills

2

Modern Literary Criticism Methods

3

History of the Arabic language

4

Islamic faith 

5

Measurement and calendar

6

Arabic audios

7

Arabic rhetoric

8

Grammer Science 

 

Sixth semester:

the number

Article

1

Methods of teaching Islamic sciences

2

Islamic culture 

3

ancient arabic literature

4

An introduction to tasting the literary text

5

Sociolinguistics

6

Methods of teaching language skills

7

education basics

8

Practical Education

9

The Holy Quran and its recitation

 

Seventh semester:

the number

Article

1

education technologies

2

Teaching reading and writing

3

Contemporary Arabic literature

4

morphology

5

Islamic Fiqh 

6

Arabic language skills (practical skills)

7

Research Methods

8

extracurricular activity

 

Eighth semester:

the number

Article

1

Teaching listening and speaking

2

The school administration

3

The communicative approach to teaching Arabic

4

Arabic Philology

5

language tests

6

Arabic Sociolinguistics

7

The Holy Quran and its recitation

8

practical training

9

Graduation research

 

Gathering and preparing the scientific committee

 

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