Program Goals:

  1. Meeting the needs of the increasing interest in learning the Arabic language from non-native speakers due to its cultural, global and economic motives.
  2. Contributing to the dissemination of the Arabic language, enhancing its role and distinguished position as a global language, and working to achieve the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 in serving and disseminating Arabic.
  3. Contributing to the dissemination of Arab-Islamic culture, enriching its global presence, presenting it in its honest and tolerant form, and actively participating in strengthening cultural and civilizational communication between different cultures and civilizations.
  4. Introducing the Arabic language to non-native speakers within its contemporary standard context, and in its vital and functional dimension.
  5. Meeting the needs of the field of teaching the Arabic language to non-native speakers with a program that presents a modern educational series with its classification and standardized tests, within an electronic template that is considered one of the most advanced electronic programs in the field of language teaching.
  6. Building the educational program in accordance with locally and internationally approved standards.
  7. Mastering the Arabic language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing), and appreciating the beauty of its linguistic elements.
  8. Communicating in classical and contemporary Arabic, and linking its learning to life.
  9. Granting an accredited certificate from the university upon completion of the program and passing its language tests.
  10. Obtaining academic accreditation for programs teaching Arabic to non-native speakers from the Education and Training Evaluation Commission.
What will you learn?

Program vision:

The (Arabic Online) program aims to teach the Arabic language to non-native speakers, through an interactive electronic template that includes a series Integrated education, employing contemporary linguistic and pedagogical technology and methods in teaching the second language, and this program is based on Self-learning and distance education; Through the intentional systematic combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning; To make the learner center The educational process, through its interaction with educational situations and intensive activities; To provide him with the targeted language skills.

The program is based on local and international frameworks of reference and standards in language teaching in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, in addition to: There are many linguistic and electronic approaches, including the technical, functional, and integrative approaches that teach skills. The four linguistic elements: (listening, speaking, reading, and writing), and the elements of language: (sounds, vocabulary, and structures) in a way Integrative, making them essential elements in all academic units. It also presents structures, sentences, and meanings in their natural contexts. And real, in addition to targeting written functional areas such as official correspondence, application letters, CVs, and others. One of the areas related to students’ lives and needs, and presenting linguistic patterns and structures in textual and dialogic contexts Functionality within academic units; This is to take into account the needs of learners and their motivations for studying the second language, and to achieve To the objectives of the current programme.


Unit 1
  • Lesson one (1): Self-introduction
  • Lesson two (2): Greetings and farewell
  • Lesson Three (3): Exchange phone numbers
  • Lesson Four (4): Age and place of residence
Unit 2
  • Lesson one (1): The university
  • Lesson two (2): Lecture hall
  • Lesson Three (3): Arabic Language Center
  • Lesson Four (4): University's library
Unit 3
  • Lesson one (1): Nationality
  • Lesson two (2): Asking about nationality
  • Lesson Three (3): Talk about your country
  • Lesson Four (4): Get to know the surroundings around you
Unit 4
  • Lesson one (1): Introducing family members
  • Lesson two (2): Introducing relatives
  • Lesson Three (3): My grandfather's house
  • Lesson Four (4): Getting to know each other through the Internet
Unit 5
  • Lesson one (1): Buying clothes from the store
  • Lesson two (2): Buying books
  • Lesson Three (3): Buying basic household items
  • Lesson Four (4): Describing the store in writing
Unit 6
  • Lesson one (1): Talking about the contents of the meal
  • Lesson two (2): How to prepare a meal
  • Lesson Three (3): Exchanging opinions about purchasing a meal
  • Lesson Four (4): Writing about your favorite meal
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برنامج اللغة العربية
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Mohamed shaker Omar