All posts tagged: Arabic for Non Natives

Al Omary Schools Adopt Kalemon Curriculum at New Arabic Language Learning Center

Amman, Jordan – The General Administration of Al Omary Schools in Jordan announced the launch of a new Arabic language learning center for non-native speakers, adopting the Kalemon curriculum for teaching Arabic in print, digital and interactive formats.

The new center targets non-Arabic speaking students in two age groups – 7 to 17 years old and 18 to 50 years old. It offers an interactive platform, in-person and online sessions totaling 20 hours of instruction.

Notably, Kalemon’s curriculum for teaching Arabic as a foreign language received the Mohammed bin Rashid Arabic Language Award this year in the category of Best Techniques for Teaching Arabic Language. Kalemon incorporates remedial language programs, teacher support tools and interactive lesson libraries.

Dr. Fahmi Al-Balawna, CEO of Almotahida Production , a subsidiary of Almotahida Education Group, stated that adopting the Kalemon curriculum complements the strategic partnership between the Group and Al Omary Schools. He pointed to the great trust that Al Omary Schools places in United Education Group for developing educational curricula per the latest global standards.


This initiative reflects the commitment of Almotahida Education Group and Omariyya Schools to enhance the accessibility and quality of Arabic language education, catering effectively to a global audience seeking to master the language.

basyony KomsanAl Omary Schools Adopt Kalemon Curriculum at New Arabic Language Learning Center
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Arabian Linguistic Expert : « Foreigner inferiority complex» is dominant And there’s a way for restoring confidence

How’s your Arabic tongue? Hey wait; You have to walk down in any Arabian capital to see the names of most stores in English! It goes against pride in the language in any other country, and if you rashly speak with your Arabian friends in Standard Arabic instead of common slang, It’s gonna turn into a laugh. Imagine if your luck has driven you for a job so you will be amazed that one of the Crucial justification for an appointment is to master English “fluently” while no one thinks about testing your Arabic mastery.

Shaimaa EssaArabian Linguistic Expert : « Foreigner inferiority complex» is dominant And there’s a way for restoring confidence
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