Thursday, October 20, 2011

Arabic Language Learning Resources


TOP Arabic Internet-based Resources / Arabic Courses offered in Oman listed at end of post
  1. Arabic Pod  //  www.arabicpod.net
    ArabicPod is a website dedicated to providing the most innovative, effective and fun methods for learning Arabic. We use the latest in web technologies to provide a rich learning experience delivering podcasts, videos, games and much more.
     
  2. Speak Arabic Quickly // www.speakarabicquickly.com
    Here you can learn a new sentence in Modern Standard Arabic every day, from Monday through Friday.

  3. GLOSS Defense Language Institute // http://gloss.dliflc.edu/Default.aspx
    Lessons are developed for independent learners to provide them with the learning/teaching tools for improving their foreign language skills.  Reading and listening lessons are based on authentic materials (articles, TV reports, radio broadcasts, etc.) and consist of 4 to 6 activities.

  4. Internet Polyglot // http://www.internetpolyglot.com/lessons-ar-en
    Internet Polyglot is dedicated to helping our members learn foreign languages by providing them a way to memorize words and their meanings. This helps your memory to grasp more information and retain it for longer time.

  5. Foreign Service Institute // http://fsi-language-courses.org/Content.php?page=Arabic%20Saudi
    Saudi Arabic Basic Course (Urban Hijazi Dialect)

  6. Bareem TV // http://www.baraem.tv/ahla-sabah/vod/
    Activities for kids in Arabic

  7. BBC Learning English (for Arabic speakers) // http://www.bbc.co.uk/arabic/learningenglish/dailyprogrammes/
    Listening and reading activities based upon current events. This site is for Arabic students learning English but works well in reverse. For intermediate to advanced students.
  8. BYKI.net / from Transparent Language
     Free download. Learn through online virtual flashcards with audio and script.
  9.   Read Arabic! //
    http://readarabic.nflc.org/?page=home
    Funded by the US Department of Education, the materials of Read Arabic! were developed to provide online e-learning reading lessons aimed at beginning and intermediate students of the language.
  10.  Learning Arabic by Songs 

Arabic Courses in Oman
  1. Polyglot // www.polyglot.org  // MUSCAT
    Polyglot has always set an enviable standard for its courses in Arabic as a Foreign Language. Our courses are popular with both expatriates and Omani nationals, who may lack in-depth knowledge of the language, alike.

  2. Gulf Arabic Programme "GAP School" // http://www.gapschool.net/ // AL BURAIMI
    'Learn the spoken Gulf dialect of Arabic using a variety of methods and materials fitting a variety of learning styles, with an emphasis on communicating in Arabic with both fluency and accuracy.'

    This school is located in an old villa in Al Buraimi, Oman next to Al Ain, Emirates. They offer a full-time intensive programme for five hours/five days a week or private lessons. The school has developed its own curriculum and materials and teaches the local Gulf dialect as well as standard Arabic.

    Students come from the USA, Asia and Europe from many backgrounds and cultures. The teachers are local Omanis or Emiratis. The complete programme is two years (but not required), and one could achieve fluency to Level 3 as rated by the State Department. The cost is reasonable. If one wants to learn Arabic, this is a good place.
  3. World Learning Oman Center  http://oman.worldlearning.org/ // MUSCAT Offers Arabic language learning courses.  Located in Muscat. www.omancenter.org.


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