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As an international Arabic Language Center in Rabat, Qalam wa Lawh is uniquely situated to help with the increasing demand for students to learn Arabic in Morocco, which has become a preferred destination for many foreigners interested in Moroccan culture and the Arabic language for many types of reasons. For this reason, Qalam’s Arabic Teacher Training program invests time and effort into training and qualifying Arabic teachers for non-native speakers through a variety of different teaching methods.
Providing qualified teachers to non-native speakers is of vast importance to the Arabic educational world, especially due to the lack of specialists in this field, as many of the teachers of non-Arabic speakers are non-specialists in applied linguistics and are not trained in the field. Educational studies indicate that the role of the teacher, in general, represents 60% of the influence in the composition of the student. Language teachers therefore should be trained in applied linguistics, and training courses should allow them the opportunity to contact the expertise in this area and to discuss the profession from the theoretical and practical side.
For this purpose, Qalam strives to develop the field of applied linguistics through the qualification and training of Arabic teachers. Qalam’s program is for all students, professors and educational professionals, as well as anyone interested in teaching the Arabic language and wishing to acquire professional competencies to teach Arabic to non-native speakers through the best approaches to teaching the Arabic language through listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
Teaching Arabic as a Foreign
Language Training Courses (TAFL)
This program aims to train new and experienced teachers in the latest strategies in teaching Arabic language as a foreign language (TAFL).
Number of hours: 60 hours
Who the program is for: current Arabic Teachers and for those interested in teaching Arabic
to non-Arabic speakers
Location: 22 Ave Omar Ibn Al Khattab, Agdal, Rabat
Elements of the program
The program combines both theoretical and applied training that includes:
Principles of teaching and learning foreign languages
Strategies for teaching language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing)
Planning and preparation of Arabic language resources
Teaching skills and professional development
Preparing and conducting formative and summative assessments
Fall 2019 Session
From 26 October to 28 December 2019
Program: Every Saturday from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00
Number of hours: 60
Registration Deadline: Friday 11 October 2019 at 23:30
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