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    salaams,
    I work in an islamic primary school, n i'm looking for an arabic curriculum catering for english speaking students, which could be adopted all throughout the school (age 5*-11) *we dont teach arabic in reception
    Jazakallah

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    Re: Arabic curriculum in schools

    Originally posted by Mu'min girl View Post
    salaams,
    I work in an islamic primary school, n i'm looking for an arabic curriculum catering for english speaking students, which could be adopted all throughout the school (age 5*-11) *we dont teach arabic in reception
    Jazakallah
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      Re: Arabic curriculum in schools

      Ameen

      What i am looking for is a full arabic curriculum which can be implemented and taught within the school. I've been looking, but can't seem to find any.
      There is a website www.noorart.com which provide some really good arabic syllabuses but the only problem is they're for arabic speaking students.
      The teachers, textbooks, activity books, the whole thing is in arabic!

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        Re: Arabic curriculum in schools

        Originally posted by Mu'min girl View Post
        Ameen

        What i am looking for is a full arabic curriculum which can be implemented and taught within the school. I've been looking, but can't seem to find any.
        There is a website www.noorart.com which provide some really good arabic syllabuses but the only problem is they're for arabic speaking students.
        The teachers, textbooks, activity books, the whole thing is in arabic!
        Maybe you should :insha: in'shaa'ALLAH hire full time Professional Arabic Teachers who will be able to teach :insha: in'shaa'ALLAH a full Arabic curriculum to all of your english speaking students within your school.
        Last edited by ABDELTAWWAB; 17-07-07, 11:48 PM.

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          Re: Arabic curriculum in schools

          Might be an idea to contact other Arabic language institutions for advice. Try Tayyibun or Ibn Jabal

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            Re: Arabic curriculum in schools

            what about considering gateway to arabic series? it starts from beginners and progresses upwards and i believe it would be suitable to primary school kids as the way the books are presented will be appealing to them aswell as actually teaching a lot

            check out this site insha allah
            http://www.greatwaytoarabic.com/
            i really think this curriculum cd b very suitable for u :) btw they used to use it in arabic school i went 2 wen i was younger, aswel as using other things too.. this was one of the much better ones, it is well structured & appealing!
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