03/07/2009

Best Practice for Teaching Arabic: A Communicative Approach | 2009 |  | CASAW

Practice for Teaching Arabic: A Communicative Approach 2009 CASAW

Practice for Teaching Arabic: A Communicative Approach 2009
Intensive Course in Teaching Arabic to Adults:A Communicative Approach


Location: British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London, SW1A 2BN

The Centre for the Advanced Study of the Arab World (CASAW), a joint initiative between the universities of Edinburgh, Durham and Manchester, will be running a 1-week intensive CPD course in teaching Arabic to to non-native speakers using a communicative approach.

Aims of the Course
The broad aim of the course is to raise the standard of the teaching of Arabic in UK academic institutions and schools. The CASAW Teaching Arabic course is designed to help participants design and deliver Arabic classes in a dynamic and communicative manner which ensures a high level of student motivation and rapid academic progress in all four language skill-areas: speaking, listening, reading and writing.

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