Itqan Series for Teaching Arabic

How to Become Proficient in Arabic

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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.

 Obviously, learning any language lends one to learning about its people's culture, and undoubtedly, by learning Arabic can one learn about its rich and intriguing culture. Given today's political and global trends, the Arab world is becoming vastly popular, with a huge demand for Arabic-speaking persons. It is by knowing Arabic that you would be enabling yourself or your progeny to take advantage of the vast financial opportunities arising in the Middle East. At the very least, you would be enabling yourself or your children to be able to learn more about Islam in its original tongue with its treasure of information about it available in Arabic. If your goal is to find a program that could teach your child or children Arabic, then now is the most opportune time.


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:

            • student's workbook
            • exercise and activities workbook
            • teacher's guide
            • audio CD

If your goal is to teach Arabic to a younger age group, then this is the program for you.