COVID-19 and Arabic Teaching

July 5, 2021   | by Arabic Institute

The spread of Coronavirus has imposed lockdown in many countries, including Palestine. However, the institiute managed to successfully teach Arabic lessons to over 30 students from all over the world during 2020 and the first half of 2021.

The Arabic institute had over 20 students studying at the start of 2020, right before the spread of coronavirus in the country, who the institute had to quickly organize their classes to be held online once they arrive to their home countires. And this was a challenging but a successful experience. 

Later on, throughout the year, the instititute managed to give Arabic classes to over 30 students online that went on smoothly and flourishingly.

The institute has also utilized various E-learning means like; virtual classes, moodle, and social media. Also, it assigned each student with a language partner to get in contact with online in order to practice the language, and has held many online activities for the students in order to immerse them with the language and the culture, and to organize social interaction between the students.

Furtherly, the institute has set and designed new material that is compatible with the e-learning method that has shown great results.