Courses for non Native Speakers
First Level

1-Learning: Students at this level learn several skills according to the following language levels:

2-This is the level of the alphabets and sounds.

3-The lexical level: This level includes a wide variety of vocabulary such as the names of fruit and vegetables, colors, numbers, means of transportation, clothes, parts of the body, parts of the house, directions, seasons, months, days of the week, colors, family, jobs, etc. 

4-The structural/morphological level: This level deals with the use of definite articles, singular and plural nouns , feminine and masculine nouns , tanween, interrogative forms , and  derivations. This level starts with single words , then it deals with short sentences.

5-The exchanging level: simple expression techniques and basic daily communication skills are dealt with in this level.

 -Students at the end of this level are expected to be able to understand everyday expressions and simple sentences aimed at fulfilling basic needs. They can introduce themselves to others, and answer questions about themselves, where they live, the people they know, and the things they own.

Second level

1-This level continues to introduce students to basic structures by expanding their vocabulary competence in the most in various areas, using the vocabulary they are studying to form sentences, and becoming able to describe what is happening around them.

2-The language functions of this level include the ability to write correct Arabic sentences, and to talk easily about themselves, their food preferences, their hobbies, their studies as well as what they like and what they dislike.

3-Culture at this level is an integral part of students' learning since students learn about Arab culture and customs as they make general progress through greetings, visiting a friend, and being involved in social events.

-At the end of this level, however, students are expected to be able to understand sentences and commonly used expressions that relate to different areas, such as: providing information about themselves and their families, shopping, work, and their environment. They can also communicate in simple routine situations, become active in smooth and direct exchange, and give information about familiar  and common things and ideas through using simple expressions.


Third level

 1-The philosophy of the third level depends largely on what students have acquired in terms of lexical competence, knowledge of grammar, listening experience and ability to speak to people in Arabic which they have gained through studying in the previous two levels.

2-Students at this level receive an advanced level of vocabulary and grammar through. deeper contexts represented in a group of texts which are truly rich in knowledge and culture. Therefore, the third book is based on texts taken from Arab history and modern time as well as texts that tell stories about  some of the most famous Arab and international figures.

3-The texts of this level are supplemented with a rich variety of varied exercises that enhance the use of vocabulary through exercises on sentence and word formation, antonyms , synonyms,  singular or plural nouns as well as comprehension exercises and basic language techniques

- Students at the end of this level are expected to be able to express ideas in simple and coherent sentences about familiar topics and about areas of their personal interest.


Forth level

1-This level is an extension to what has been taught in previous levels. Now, the four linguistic skills are presented in different contexts: social, political, literary, scientific, economic, and historical.

2- Each unit at this level contains exercises related to reading comprehension, the use of lexicon and grammar, as well as listening and speaking exercises that focus on applying what is discussed in various texts.

3-This level aims at enriching students' vocabulary knowledge by presenting different types of texts that help them communicate with others in a variety of cultural and scientific situations through standard and colloquial Arabic.

 -Students at the end of this level are expected to be able to understand the core content of concrete and theoretical topics as well as discussing different issues, and understanding what others are saying.


Fifth level

 1-This level comes after the learner has acquired good reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills.

2-Students at this level receive a wide range of higher-level and more advanced texts that represent Arab civilization and Arab thought as well as  addressing the Arab present and examining the pros and cons of Arab societies.

3-At this level, authentic texts are presented – without any interference - from some Arabic texts, in addition to articles and journalistic investigations that hardly leave any aspect of social, political, and economic life without having a say in it.

 4-The language exercises given in this level take into consideration the diverse practical aspect. They include linguistic, morphological, grammatical, and stylistic applications, as they come in accordance with the actual needs of students as well as various life situations in a way that meets the learner's daily need to communicate in Arabic.

 5-Students use their linguistic skills in conversation and in writing as the role of the instructor declines in conversation lessons, Thus, students take the greatest role in creating their own texts and representing their linguistic competence in dialogues  inspired from Arab societies, and they become able to present these texts orally or in writing.

- At the end of this level, it is expected that students will be able to understand the basic contents of more difficult texts on specific and general topics. They can also understand specialized discussions and express their views on several topics in a clear and detailed style.


Sixth level

 1-The sixth level is one of the advanced levels in the Language Center. At this level, the students' linguistic skills acquired in the previous levels are delivered.

 2-Their lexical collection is supplemented with a very wide range of vocabulary through a variety of linguistic contexts, and a variety of authentic texts, which are selected from Arabic texts, magazines and newspapers issued originally in Arabic.

 3-All of this is delivered in speaking and writing as students speak about important topics with a wide range of economic, social, and political dimensions.

-Students at this level are expected to understand traditional narrative and descriptive texts such as extended descriptions of people, places, and things, as well as to understand the main points and supporting details in any given text.


Seventh level

 1-Topics at this level are adopted based on the students' desire and preferences.

 2-Students at this level understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics.

 3-Students can understand a wide range of long texts and identify the implied ideas in them.

4-Critical thinking is emphasized, as students use the language skills they have developed to become engaged in discussions on various topics.

 5-Students develop their own writing skills in different types of texts as well as presenting reports and articles on a variety of topics

-At the end of this level, students will be able to understand a range of longer and more complex texts. They also will understand implications. In addition, they can also express themselves verbally and in writing flexibly and without making a lot of effort in thinking and searching for specific words.


Eighth level

1-The material at this level is  based on the students' desire and preferences.

2-Students at this level interact fluently with native speakers.

3-Students deliver clear and detailed texts on a wide range of topics, and they explain their points of view on current issues. They become able to get engaged in  acts of warning, suggesting, recommending, or giving advice.

- At the end of this level, students are expected to express themselves fluently and spontaneously without any effort. They can also use language effectively with clear flexibility and at length when discussing complex issues using multiple means of connecting ideas to each other.


Ninth level

1-The material at this level is also adopted based on the students' desire and preferences.

2-Students at this level express ideas fluently and spontaneously.

 3-Students actively use Arabic for social, academic and professional purposes using a mixture of standard and spoken Arabic.

4-Students produce clear, well-structured, and detailed texts on complex topics, as well as the ability to handle tasks of an outstanding level across these texts.

 5-Students at this level understand almost everything they hear or read. Summarize information from various spoken and written sources, reconstruct arguments into a coherent presentation, and express themselves fluently and accurately.

 -At the end of this level, students are expected to understand everything they read and hear, summarize information taken from written or oral sources, and paraphrase it with providing reasons, explanations, and perceptions related to these pieces of information. In addition, they can express ideas spontaneously, fluently, and accurately. Moreover, they become able to differentiate between subtle differences of meanings.