Arabic

Registration for our Summer term courses is still open!

Please email babelsblessing@gmail.com for more information

BEGINNERS:

Mondays and Tuesdays, 6-7pm (from 19th Apr) with Malak:

(Please note that this course will be 24 x 1 hour classes)

ELEMENTARY:

Mondays and Tuesdays, 7:15-8:15pm (from 26th Apr) with Malak:

(Please note that this course will be 24 x 1 hour classes)

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Contact us! We are open to adding new courses if there is enough interest.

More about Arabic:

Languages are very diverse and have a lot of potential in terms of pedagogical opportunities. Arabic, being the 5th most spoken language in the world, has been the lingua franca of many nations and the native tongue for a myriad of countries. Thus, by learning Arabic, you learn not only a language but also an entire heritage with its idiosyncratic features. This is why learning Arabic is very important.


I’m Malak From Palestine. I’m an Arabic teacher since 2016, I studied French literature at An-Najah National university. My master was in Arabic studies and translation at the University of Lille.


I like teaching Arabic as it is my passion. Seeing my students improve their Arabic skills slowly but surely makes me so happy. I teach Arabic in many different ways to make my students master the language. I think the evening is the best time to learn.


During this course you will explore a variety of topics through a creative pedagogical style. This style will encourage creativity and will make you sound like a native speaker of the Arabic language. Additionally, evening classes will consist of me talking to the student in Arabic to make them understand the language and point out any mistakes they have in their pronunciation or sentence structure.

Classes operate a sliding scale fee policy – you choose what you can afford.

£15 – Standard – // – £20 – Supporter

All profits from these fees go towards running our free English classes for refugees and migrants – so the more you pay, the more people we can support and teach!


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