Arabic Teaching Methods I use:
The Direct Method:If you’ve ever heard the Direct Method being taught, you may have rightly mistaken it for some sort of military drill, which is not far off as it was first established in France and Germany in the early 1900’s to assist soldiers to communicate in a second language quickly.
The direct method of teaching Arabic is also known as the Natural Method. It’s used to teach a number of different languages not just Arabic, and the main idea of the Direct Method is that it only uses the target language that the students are trying to learn.
The Grammar Translation Method:Just like its name suggests, this method of teaching Arabic is grammar heavy and relies a lot on translation. This is the traditional or ‘classical’ way of learning a language and it’s still commonly used when learning some languages. Some countries prefer this style of teaching and the main idea behind this method is that the students learn all grammar rules, so they’re able to translate a number of sentences. This is particularly common for those students who wish to study literature at a deeper level.
The Audio Lingual Method:
The Audio Lingual Method otherwise known as the New Key Method or Army Method is based on a behavirourist theory that things are able to be learned by constant reinforcement. However, just like in the army when someone behaves badly (or in this case bad use of Arabic ), the learner receives negative feedback and the contrary happens when a student demonstrates good use of Arabic .
My name is Abderrahim and I am the founder of Arabic Academy . As well as being internationally recognised for teaching Arabic tailored to non Arabic speaker , diplomacy and the media, he pioneers in teaching colloquial Arabic, the version of the language spoken by Arabs.
I offer a highly flexible agile service; face to face, one to one, Furthermore, study is supplemented at any time of day or week, with online audio, video and text materials so that busy schedules do not get in the way of learning the language.
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