A curriculum has been developed and designed for teaching Arabic as second language for our children in the west or who are willing to study Arabic language (non- Arabic speakers).
This curriculum has a special character as it not depending on the other curriculums that been developed for Arabic language speakers as first language, so this curriculum is in line with all what the child needs of Attracting and interesting techniques in addition coloring and drawings.
Taking into consideration the simplest pedagogic model to filter the right information for the child
Teachers and educators should consider the following key points in using this curriculum:
Teaching Arabic Alphabets by its voices not by its names
Not Committing with alphabetical order of Arabic Alphabets
Teacher should put efforts for giving the child a great oral and auditory outcome of vocabulary in addition he must correct them for getting correct pronouncing and get the child out of first language controlling zone.
Being commitment for teaching the Classical Arabic all the time and not reacting with the first language that child speaks.
Linking between Arabic language and Islamic law (Al-Shara') For Example: beginning of each letter has Islamic meaning
alif (Ã˜Â£) ALLAH
bÃ„Â (Ã˜Â¨) BISMILLAH
This book is divided into two levels, the first level is for ages from (4-5) years and it demanded to make the child familiar with pronunciation and forming the alphabet of some words that starts with Labial consonant.