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Small group course

Euroccl, Amman, Jordan

Arabe General 20 Clases semanales

Título curso
Small group course
Horas del curso
09:00 - 12:45
Dias del curso
lun, mar, mié, jue, dom
Matricula de la academia
45,14 € tooltip
Duración de la clase
45
Certificado del curso
Edad mínima
18
Nº promedio de alumnos en clase
6
Materiales del curso
22,57 € Obligatorio y no incluidos tooltip

Niveles: Principiante, Elemental - Nivel A1, Pre-intermedio Nivel A2, Intermedio - Nivel B1, Intermedio Superior - Nivel B2, Avanzado - Nivel C1, Profesional - Nivel C2

The Educational plan for Teaching the Arabic Language for non-Arabic speakers for small groups

Beginners Level:

Studying hours: 20 hour per week.
Week days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
(From 9.00 am – 12.55 pm) or from (02.00 pm - 17.55 pm)
Passing grade: 60%


Average Level:

Studying hours: 20 hours per week.
Week days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
(From 9.00 am – 12.55 pm) or from (02.00 pm - 17.55 pm)
Passing grade: 65%

The advanced Level:

Studying hours: 22 hours per week + office hour (Thursday from 2:00- 2:00 pm).
Week days: Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday (from 9:00am-12:55 pm) or from (02.00 pm - 17.55 pm)
Monday, Wednesday (from 9:00am-13.55pm)
Passing grade: 70%

Oral examination (interview):

The oral exam stands on several standards, such as:

Pronunciation

• Fully understood with a slight foreign accent.
• Understood with an obvious foreign accent.
• Difficult to understand due to the pronunciation problems, asked to repeat his/herself frequently.
• Have pronunciation problems that require careful listening. It leads to misunderstanding.
• Has pronunciation problem that makes his/her conversation difficult to understand.

Grammar

• Makes a few grammatical mistakes that do not affect the content.
• Make grammatical mistakes that do not cause ambiguity in the content.
• Makes grammatical mistakes that cause ambiguity in the content.
• Difficult to understand due to the grammatical mistakes.
• Many grammatical mistakes, which makes the conversation hard to understand.

Linguistic vocabularies

• Uses the vocabularies that are preferable by the native speaker.
• Uses inexpressible vocabularies but the content is understandable.
• Chooses some false vocabularies sometimes, which causes a blare meaning in his/her
conversation.
• His/her vocabularies are limited, and uses vocabularies in the wrong concept.
• His/her narrow vocabularies makes it hard to understand.

Understanding

• Understands what is being told without an obvious difficulty.
• Understands what is being told with asking about the question’s meaning from while to while.
• Understands almost what is being told after the repeating the question several times.
• Finds severe difficulty following the examiner.
• Does not understand the examiner’s question at all.

Fluency

• Fluent as the native speaker is.
• With a little hesitation and repeating can express exactly what he/she wants.
• Hesitate and stator and extreme slow with expressing what he/she wants. It might be difficult to
understand some parts of his/her conversation.
• Hesitates and keeps quiet for long periods which make it difficult to understand.
• Hesitates and keeps quiet for long periods which make his/her conversation not understandable.

Goals of teaching the linguistic skills

Lower-beginners Level:

Listening skill:

• Listening to a spoken short script and setting the requested vocabularies.
• Setting the number of participants and their gender in a spoken script.
• Understanding the heard language and carrying out orders, (point, stand, set, go, put,,…. Etc).
• Understanding the personal data orders (name, age, address).
• Understanding the special orders by identifying people and things.
• Identifying the alphabetical letters and numbers till 50.
• Listening and setting the words that shows time.

Reading skill:

• Reading all basic vocabularies when mentioned in a silent reading script.
• Reading the class-room colleague’s names.
• Reading numbers from 1-60 written in letters.
• Reading words list related to a specific concept.
• Identifying the writing- codes for sounds (connecting the sound with the letter).
• Reading a description of familiar things (one sentence).

Speaking skill and oral interaction:

• Naming public things.
• Presenting personal data (name, age, address).
• Finding and chanting a group on of chanting
• Participating in a short dialogue.
• Describing public things in a short form.
• Buying goods and others.
• Ability to express one’s self and others.

Writing skill:

• Writing the alphabetical letters in its different shapes.
• Writing numbers from 1-60.
• Writing his/her name, colleagues, and colleague’s last names.
• Writing the basic vocabularies by conveying it from a written form.
• Coping short messages and words lists in clear hand writing.
• Completing a short description for a person or something related to a certain concept.

Intermediate- beginner’s level

Listening skill:

• 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 skill:
• 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 ight/wrong.
• Reading numbers from 1-100 written in letters.
• Reading prices and quantities.
• Reading sentences that have been orally controlled.

Speaking skill 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 skill:

• 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.

The upper-beginners level:

Listening skill:

• Identifying the basic vocabularies when mentioned in a spoken script.
• Carrying out 4-5 orders.
• Earning the skill of distinguishing by listening to a paragraph and identifying the right and wrong
expressions according to the paragraph.
• Carrying out special orders related to facts.
• Listening to a short spoken script then conveying the mentioned data in a different style (table,
descriptive form...)

Reading skill:

• Reading paragraphs (2-3 sentences), then answering yes/no questions and other related
questions.
• Reading short paragraphs (2-3 sentences) then setting right concluded expressions.
• Reading and explaining data in a table or a descriptive form.
• Dictating and reading a story.

Speaking skill and oral interaction:

• Answering some questions and presenting some data after listening to a script.
• Composing 2-3 sentences about familiar topics.
• Composing a number of connected sentences about a picture, map, or descriptive drawing,
following a specific pattern.
• Ability to express time and its fragment.
• Describing a short chain of previous events depending on some words, those are provided for
help.
• Composing full sentences depending on related words to a specific concept.
• Using greeting and excusing expressions.

Writing skill:

• Writing a short description for a person or a thing related to certain concept.
• Writing short familiar sentences when dictated.
• Writing words and expressions in clear hand writing.
• Re-arranging sentences to compose a connected paragraph.

The Lower-average Level:

Listening skill:
• Identifying the basic vocabularies when mentioned in a spoken script.
• Earning concluding skills by listening to a paragraph and identifying the right and wrong concluded expressions.
• Understanding special orders related to facts and personal data related to a certain topic.
• Listening to a short script then conveying the data in a different style.
• Understanding and carrying out a number of connected orders.
• Understanding the general concept of a short story.
• Identifying the emotional status of the speaker through his/her voice and the tone.
Reading skill:
• Reading a story (2-3 paragraph) about a familiar topic, then choosing the expression that contains the main idea from several expressions (multiple choice).
• Re-arranging a number of sentences or paragraphs in the right order.
• Earning the skill of using dictionaries.
• Carrying out a number of written connected directions.
• Reading some parts of a script the expecting the following events (multiple choice).
• Reading a script (3-5 paragraphs) searching for certain words.
• Setting the pronouns and the relative pronouns.
Speaking skill and oral interaction:
• Answering several questions and presenting a detailed description for something after listening to a script.
• Describing a picture related to some aspects of a certain topic.
• Narrating a number of connected sentences showed in pictures in the past tense.
• Participating in a group in order to solve problem, which requires concluding some information.
• Expressing his/her opinion around certain causes and topics.
• Using the speech strategies, such as changing the conversation topic, presenting new information, and inviting others to participate in the conversation.
• Presenting a sequence number of directions.
• Presenting and carrying out orders.

Writing skill:
• Writing short personal notes about a familiar topic and presenting it to a friend (post card).
• Writing one sentence answers about several questions to show the question’s meaning.
• Dictating a one paragraph around a familiar script.
• Composing a number of sentences by using the conjunction tools.
The intermediate- average level:
Listening skill:
• Identifying the basic vocabularies when mentioned in a spoken script.
• Earning the concluding skill by listening to a paragraph and identifying the right and the wrong concluding expressions in a script.
• Understanding the special orders related to facts and personal data.
• Understanding the main ideas and distinguishing it from the secondary ones.
• Differentiating between facts and opinions through a regular conversation.
Reading skill:
• Reading a script (3-5 paragraphs) and identifying the main idea.
• Reading a script (5-10 paragraphs), then searching for specific words.
• Identifying the logical relationships that are expressed in a script (3-5 paragraphs) about a familiar topic.
• Distinguishing between the main and secondary ideas in a script.
• Identifying the meaning of new words from the concept.
• Accurate speech and pronunciation with consideration of grammar.
• Searching in extended scripts (telephone guide or dictionary) for specific information.
• Reading a short story about a familiar topic, then summarizing it orally.
Speaking skill and oral interaction:
• Presenting a short summary, that contains the main points in a spoken script.
• Presenting a detailed description of a picture, that expresses a familiar scene.
• Describing simplified activates.
• Describing a number of sequence events.
• Participating in a group in order to solve a problem, which requires connecting information between spoken and written scripts.
• Expressing opinions around certain causes and topics.
• Using the speech strategies that are specialized in orienting speech, objecting, and auditing what has been said in a conversation.
• Choosing the appropriate expressions for different situations.

Writing skill:
• Writing a short description for an object or a familiar scene.
• Writing a summary for a novel in one paragraph.
• One paragraph dictating from unfamiliar script.
• Clear hand-writing and drawing the letters correctly.
• Taking in consideration the silent letters in some words.
• Taking in consideration the basic dictation rules in writing.
• Earning the fluency in free-writing.
The upper-average level:
Listening skill:
• Identifying the basic vocabularies when mentioned in a spoken script.
• Earning the concluding skills by listening to a paragraph and expecting a suitable ending.
• Understanding the special orders about facts and personal data around a specific topic.
• Listening to a short script then conveying the mentioned information by presenting it in a different style.
• Finding the main ideas and distinguishing it from the secondary ones.
• Differentiating between facts and opinions in a conversation.
• Understanding a short story when it’s event not in order.
Reading skill:
• Reading a script (5-10 paragraphs) then setting the main ideas.
• Reading a script (5-10 paragraphs) and searching for specific words, then presenting the basic information in other form (table, descriptive drawing).
• Setting the logical relationships that are expressed by the conjunction tools in a script (5-10 paragraphs) about unfamiliar topic.
• Identifying new vocabularies from the concept.
• Following a tale or a description when the events are not in order.
• Differentiating between facts and opinions.
The speaking skill and oral interaction:
• Presenting a detailed summary about the main points and the mentioned information as spoken evidence.
• Presenting an oral presentation about a familiar topic.
• Presenting a short oral presentation about given information in some shapes, drawings, maps, pictures, and any other information not scripted.
• Describing some sequence events in different tenses.
• Participating in a group in order to solve a problem, which requires connecting between written and spoken scripts.

• Auditing opinions using helping verbs.
• Using the right un-linguistic behavior.
Writing skill:
• Writing a summary using bullets for a short written or spoken script.
• Writing a script using the provided information in unscripted concept.
• Writing one paragraph summary of a controversial script about a certain topic.
• Writing a dictation (3-5 paragraphs) from a familiar script.
The first Advanced level:
Listening skill:
• Finding the detailed information in a script.
• Understanding the basic points and the general concept for an extended script.
• Following a group of extended directions.
• Differentiating between facts and opinions.
• Identifying the musical sounds differences.
• Identifying the characteristics and the style of a script.
• Identifying the relations that connect the speakers in a conversation.
• Identifying the emotional status of the speaker.
• Understanding the details in short conversations about certain unfamiliar topics.
Reading skill:
• Reading a script (3-5 paragraphs) and setting the main idea.
• Reading a script (5-10 paragraphs) then searching for specific words.
• Setting the logical relationships that are expressed by the conjunction tools in a script (3-5 paragraphs) about unfamiliar topics.
• Following a tale or a description, in which the events are not in order.
• Setting the exiting topics from the main line in a written script .
• Understanding the hidden and functional goals of the script.
• Differentiating between the main and marginal information related to a script.
Speaking skill and oral interaction:
• Presenting the oral presentation about a familiar topic.
• Using a number of formal and informal speech styles.
• Participating in a group in order to solve a number of problems, which require some assumptions.
• Questioning about abstract topics and answering the questions.
• Using a number of speech strategies.

Writing skill:
• Using punctuation marks.
• Writing a short essay, divided into paragraphs, to present the main information.
• Quick writing, erasing, and correcting by considering them a part of writing drafts and composing.
• Using the preparation writing strategies.
• Using the revision writing strategies.
The teacher expectations from the students:
• Regular attendance. Teachers are not allowed to be absent without a previous notification.
• Attending on time, and the mental preparation for the class-room activities.
• Preparing, writing, and handing in homework on time.
• The serious participation in the classroom. Working with the classroom colleagues nicely and cooperatively.
• Speaking in Arabic only in the classroom, and with the colleagues and administration staff in the center.
• Focusing on using the new vocabularies and expressions in the homework and during the class activities.
• Dealing with notes seriously.
• Using Arabic-Arabic dictionaries.
• Non-Arabic dictionaries are not allowed in the classroom, and it is better if you do not use it at home.
• Respecting everyone in the classroom and giving others the opportunity to participate.
• Do not evaluate the colleague’s work.
• Committing to the classroom philosophy and curriculum, in which it is based on a studied plan for the second- advanced level.
• Dealing with the program flexibly and fully committing to the classroom rules.

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Datos sobre la escuela: Euroccl

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

Fechas de cierre: ver

Información para estudiantes

•We offer a team of highly qualified, experienced and caring teachers – some of the best educators in the field. The most of our Arabic Teachers are PhD holders and have made it their life’s work (at the University of Jordan or at the Damascus University) to teach and support learners, especially those who have language difficulties. And it shows in the way they work with the students and in the outstanding results we deliver.

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