Arabic is a macrolanguage that is widely spoken in the Middle Eastern and North African countries; it is also the language of the Quran, one of God's revelations, the revered scripture of Islam. Today, what most Arab-speaking people speak, read, and write is Modern Standard Arabic (or MSA), which stems from Classical Arabic.
Itqan Series for Teaching Arabic is for non-native Arabic speakers whose ages range between 4 and 12. The series extends from KG to grade six. To enable proficiency in Arabic, the four following linguistic skills have been highly exercised: listening, reading, speaking, and writing. The series was developed by educators, both Arab and non-Arab, so that the curriculum could be highly effective at teaching non-Arabs to be proficient in Arabic language.
Each level consists of the following that include exercises aimed for all learning styles: