Arabic Between Your Hands Series is one of the programs in a collection of programs called “Arabic For All”. This series is  a developed version of the book “Arabic Between Your Hands”, that introduces a comprehensive curriculum for teaching Arabic for non-Arabic speakers, students and teachers. This curriculum is developed for educational entities, including schools, college and universities. It starts with the basic level, and continues with the students until they master Arabic language, that enables them to join university and continue their Arabic studies in various majors. The authors of the original series, who are an academic team specialized in teaching Arabic for non-Arabic speakers, has developed this series.

Level’s units, books and lessons:

The third level consists of two parts (books), each of which includes 8 units (total of 16 units). Each unit consists of 7 lessons, constituting a total of 112 basic lessons in this level.

The lessons of each unit are organized as follows:

  • Rich comprehension text and exercises 3 pages
  • Vocabularies and expression 3 pages
  • Language rules (1) and exercises 3 pages
  • Listening exercises 2 pages
  • Oral and writing expression exercises 2 pages
  • Dictation 2 pages
  • Language rules (2) and exercises 3 pages
  • Total of 18 pages per unit

Tests and evaluations:

The third level (part 1 and 2) comprises 5 tests as follows:

  • Level determining test at the beginning of the first book to determining the student’s level and his ability to begin the third level.
  • Small test at the middle of the first book.
  • Midlevel test at the end of the first book.
  • Small test at the middle of the second book.
  • Final comprehensive test at the end of the second book.

At the end of the third level, there is a list of vocabularies that are used in each unit and another list of all the vocabularies of the level arranged alphabetically. It also contains comprehension texts and access to digital audio for all text and some exercises that are used in this level.