Curriculum

About the Arabic Language

 

Most linguistics experts will agree that the Classical Arabic language is perhaps the most fundamentally well structured of all languages. It is also a well known fact that it is a very rich and comprehensive language.

 

Curriculum Description and Levels

 
The main books used by IIC Arabic & Qur’an are Al-Kitab Al-Asaasi and Al-Arabiyah Bayna Yadayk.
 
The classical Arabic curriculum consists of twelve levels. Each level has a mid-level and end of level exam. All levels except the beginner levels include daily conversations, with strong emphasis on the conjugation of prefixes and suffixes. In addition to daily conversations, student will be given official short conversations to study and memorize.

 

 

 Level 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10  11  12

 

Level 0 – Beginners Level

In this level, students are introduced to the Arabic Alphabets. (According to linguistics, the word Alphabet was derived from Arabic Language’s first three letters Aleph-Ba-Ta.) The aim in this level is for the student to learn how to read and write in Arabic before moving onto the next level.

Sample Level 0 Lesson:  الأبجدية العربية

 

Level 1

In this level, students will learn verities of new vocabularies in order to develop their conversation skills. Introduction to conversations, Past perfect tenses, Indicative tenses , words structure in Arabic, prefixes, suffixes.

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Level 2

Beginning of Official conversations. New vocabularies are introduced. Expansion of Past perfect tenses and Indicative tenses. Continuation of prefixes and suffixes.

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Level 3

Introduction to Surf (Morphology), Introduction to grammar, New conversations. New vocabularies. Continuation of Prefixes and Suffixes. Introduction to Verbal nouns and Active participles.

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Level 4

Introduction to I’eraabul-kalimaat (Description of functions of words in sentences). Introduction to compositions. Expansion of morphology. Expansion of grammar syntaxes. Continuation of Verbal nouns and Active participles. New conversations. New vocabularies.

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Level 5

Intermediate morphology. Intermediate grammar. Continuation of Al-I’eraab. New vocabularies. New conversations. Strong emphasis on compositions.

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Level 6

I’eraabul – Qur’an (Official I’eraabul-kalimaat from The Qur’an). Strong emphasis on grammatical syntaxes and morphology. New conversations. New vocabularies.

Sample Level 6 Lesson:

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Level 7

Strong emphasis on Official I’eraabul-kalimaat from the Qur’an. Strong emphasis on grammatical syntaxes and morphology. New conversations. New vocabularies.

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Level 8

Introduction to Balaagha (Knowledge of rhetoric, Art of good style and composition). Advance grammar. Advance morphology. Continuation of I’eraabul- Qur’an. Conversations. New vocabularies.

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Level 9

Strong emphasis on Balaagha (Knowledge of rhetoric, Art of good style and composition). Advance grammar. Advance morphology. Continuation of I’eraabul- Qur’an. Advance Conversations. New vocabularies.

Sample Level 9 Lesson:

 

Level 10

Introduction to Balaagha (Knowledge of rhetoric, Art of good style and composition). Advance grammar. Advance morphology. Continuation of I’eraabul- Qur’an. Conversations. New vocabularies.

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Level 11

Introduction to teachers training. All students will be introduced to teaching. Students will take the traditional roles of their teachers. Meaning, roles will be reversed. Students will be trained by their respective teachers how to become teachers of Arabic language themselves. Continuation of Advance Balaagha. Advance grammar. Advance morphology. Continuation of I’eraabul- Qur’an. Advance Conversations. New vocabularies.

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Level 12

Continuation of teachers training. Introduction to Microsoft office word processing. Advanced Balaagha. Advanced grammar. Advanced morphology. Continuation of I’eraabul- Qur’an. Conversations. New vocabularies.

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