Arabe General 20 Clases semanales
Niveles: Elemental - Nivel A1
Identifying the basic vocabularies when it is mentioned in a spoken script.
Carrying out 2-3 orders.
Understanding the special orders concerning family and friends.
Listening to a simplified description of events and scenes and explaining it without the use of the language.
The ability to describe something depending on a concept or a picture.
Setting the sequence numbers.
Listening and identifying week days, months, and dates.
Reading the basic vocabularies silently, whether it appeared in the concept or not.
Reading a short script (2-3 sentences) about familiar topics, answering with yes/no or right/wrong.
Reading numbers from 1-100 written in letters.
Reading prices and quantities.
Reading sentences that have been orally controlled.
Speaking and oral interaction:
Describing family and friends (ages, relationships, weight, color…)
Chanting solo and in groups.
Composing sentences about one’s need and the others.
Spelling the basic vocabularies that will be given in lists, with a right pronunciation.
Answering questions and describing something after hearing a certain script.
Asking for details about family and friends using specific words.
Calculating quantities and money in the Arabic language.
Expressing time by using certain words.
Writing the numbers from 1-100.
Writing the correct shape of the letter according to its position.
Writing the given words in basic vocabularies list with clear hand writing.
Writing short familiar sentences when dictated.
Servicio de recogida desde/al aeropuerto
Queen Rania str. 364, Amman, Jordan
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Cantidad de aulas: 7
N º promedio de estudiantes por aula: 6
Edad mínima de los estudiantes: 18
Examen de nivelación el primer dia:
Distancia desde el aeropuerto: 40 km.
Aeropuerto más cercano: Queen Alia Airport
Año de inauguración de la escuela: 2011
Horarios de la escuela: 8:00 - 8:00
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