Al Jazeera's Arabic-learning website incorporates elements of the news with basic vocabulary learning, listening and reading comprehension activities, and cultural information.
This YouTube recording of the Al-Arabiya Baina Yadaik is a good resource for both teachers and students.
Developed by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, Al-Bustan Digital Education is an online resource with interactive learning and playing applications to further educators’ and students’ understanding and appreciation of the Arabic language, arts, culture, and history.
A good website for some resources for teaching Arabic.
Amara is home to an award winning subtitle editor that makes it easy to caption and translate video. Amara also hosts volunteer localization & accessibility communities, and offers professional tools and services for subtitles.
Language: Arabic, Mandarin, English as a Foreign Language
American Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA) aims to facilitate communication and cooperation between teachers of Arabic and to promote study, criticism, research and instruction in the field of Arabic language pedagogy, Arabic linguistics and Arabic literature. The information available here is a sampling of the materials available to AATA members.
Download the app or log on Animoto.com to explore the uses of digital storytelling in the second-language classroom. This is a free website/app you can use to make digital stories. Simply drag pictures or videos into the timeline to make a video. My students love it.
Language: Mandarin, English as a Foreign Language
Using information from the Middle East Study Center and QFI, Fathy designed a lesson plan centered around gender roles in Arabic countries. By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: - reflect upon their expectations of gender roles and how gender roles are established differently in the Arab world. - compare gender roles between their own cultures and Arab cultures. Enduring Understanding: Gender roles are built, defined, and fulfilled by social and cultural norms and can vary from culture to culture.
Arabalicious has a collection of resources including wordclouds that can be used as a resource for prompts during group or individual work. Students can use these wordclouds to speak and write about different topics. They can also be used in reading and comprehension tasks or used as extra support during listening activities.
Has resources for teaching and learning Arabic; includes guides for website design.
Learn Arabic through short stories
Arabic curriculum and lesson plans