ICO Learn Arabic Workbook: Level 5, Part 2 تعلم العربية

ICO Learn Arabic Workbook: Level 5, Part 2 تعلم العربية

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Dr. Mahmood Saleh, Dr. Mukhtar Hussein and Nasif Abdul Aziz
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Teaching language is a critical tool in communication and ultimately in the development of knowledge. In our quest to provide our customers with quality materials, we are pleased to offer the Learn Arabic series. It employs modern methods of teaching foreign language to successfully teach the Arabic language to students in K-12th grade. This series was founded upon the following three fundamentals of teaching languages presented in an Islamic context:
- Elements: Sounds, letters, phrases, and pronunciation
- Skills: Reading, writing, speaking, and listening
- Linguistic Functions: Introduction, greetings, description, requests, and apologies.

Series Contents:
The Learn Arabic series consists of textbooks, workbooks, and teacher’s manuals for levels K-12th grade. The textbooks aim to present basic elements of the Arabic language and their functions, while the activity books focus on enrichment material with special emphasis on writing. The teacher’s manuals offer tips on teaching Arabic efficiently with positive results.

Support Material:
Teachers will be pleased with the full array of support materials available, such as a collection of audio records, posters, and cards. These books also include ideas for additional activities, such as chants, competitions, and linguistic plays. All of these materials will help to make each lesson exciting and active for students.

Student Textbook:
The Student Textbooks are comprised of 24 units: 18 basic units of new material, plus an additional 6 units for revision. Each basic unit contains 4 lessons of new material, including dialog text, expressions, and vocabulary, and communication exercises. These units contain conversations, pronunciations and expressions, grammatical structures, listening, reading, thinking, writing, and extra activities.