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Arabic – French – English Learning 

Conversational to Academic – Beginner to Professional 

Culturally Immersed Learning for All

What courses do we offer?
Our cultural context-based courses are centered the art of teaching language through cultural experience, while learning grammar, creative writing, listening, speaking, reading, writing, literature, essay writing and research.

 


Arabic from beginner to academic / professional

Arabic Camp day, Eid al-Oumm Cards, 2017

 

Past courses:

1st – 12th Grade French, and Arabic art and culture immersed learning, context-based Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing. The program run weekly from October to May, with a presentation of Learning.

6 – 8 week course module entitled Roots of Morocco, during school or After-School course.This course was taught at Ecoheal, Chapel Hill, Exploris Elementary School, Raleigh, Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 

1 – 5 day camp – entitled Moroccan Cultural and Artistic Exploration.
Ladies Cultural Night themed Cuisine et Culture Marocaine and Restorative Movement.
Tutoring sessions from academic to conversational, peer review of academic texts are by appointment.

Course Description: You will learn about arts, cultures and languages from the Arab world with introductory speaking, reading, listening and writing, recite poetry, explore Arabic calligraphy, cook Mediterranean and Moroccan cuisine, hear stories and learn about celebrations and everyday practices from the Middles East and North Africa, with a focus on Morocco. You will close our sessions with a presentation of celebration of learning in our initiative Intercultural Festival hosted at Emerson Waldorf School and partially sponsored by the Parent Organization of Emerson Waldorf School.

 
Courtesy of Samia Touati, “Letter Sh – Shams (Arabic for Sun), 2016.
Created by participants at Exploris Elementary School, Raleigh.
Courtesy Samia Touati, ‘Arabi Cultural and Artistic Series 1, 2017.
Created by participants at Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill and AHL participant, Raleigh.

Some of our previously taught courses:

2019 to present

 

Fall 2018

Arabic / French / English tutoring, custom developed according to the needs of the learner, beginner to professional.

Fifth ‘Arabi Arts and Cultures series, Roots of Morocco, October 30 November 6, 13, 27 December 4, 11, hosted at Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Partial and Honored scholarships offered by the Emerson Waldorf School Parent Organization.

Spring 2018 Fourth ‘Arabi Arts and Cultures series, January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8, 15. Thursdays, 3:30-5:00pm, ‘Arabi arts and cultures series, hosted at Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Full scholarships offered by the Emerson Waldorf School Parent Organization.
Spring 2018 Third ‘Arabi Arts and Cultures Third series, March 23, hosted at the West Raleigh Presbyterian Church in Raleigh, Full and partial scholarships.
Fall 2017

Second ‘Arabi Arts and Cultures series, November 2, 9, 16, 30, December 7, 14. Thursdays, 3:30-5:00pm, hosted at Emerson Waldorf School, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Full scholarships offered by the Emerson Waldorf School Parent Organization.

Fall 2016

First ‘Arabi Arts and Cultures series, January 6, 13, 20, February 3, 10, 17. Fridays, 8:00-10:00am, hosted at Exploris Elementary School, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Arab Heritage Learning is a 501 (c)(3) U.S. non-profit organization which seeks to foster intercultural understanding and learning language through culture and culinary arts.