IQRA' Arabic Reader 6 Textbook By Fadel Ibrahim Abdallah
Author: Fadel Ibrahim Abdallah
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 11 x 8.5 x 0.4 inch
Publication Year: 2005
About This Book:
The "IQRA' Arabic Reader 6 Textbook," written by Fadel Ibrahim Abdallah, is a comprehensive instructional instrument for anyone wishing to study Arabic. This textbook, designed for students in the sixth level of the IQRA Arabic Reader series, aims to give a holistic learning experience.
The textbook, designed for gradual growth, takes students on a journey that builds on the foundation created in previous levels of the series. It covers a wide range of linguistic features, including vocabulary expansion, reading comprehension proficiency, command of grammatical constructions, and immersion in cultural subtleties. The pages may contain engrossing writings, passages, and interactive exercises that flawlessly mimic real-world circumstances and thematic settings. Fadel Ibrahim Abdallah's contribution to this textbook is to provide students with a thorough knowledge of the complexities of the Arabic language. The purpose is to help students improve their reading, writing, listening, and speaking abilities. Furthermore, the cultural elements woven into the fabric of the textbook assist to familiarize pupils with the rich tapestry of the Arabic-speaking world.
In essence, the "IQRA' Arabic Reader 6 Textbook," penned by Fadel Ibrahim Abdallah:
- It serves as a comprehensive educational resource, promoting Arabic language skills.
- The sixth level of the IQRA Arabic Reader series is aimed at students.
- Accepts a progressive learning path, building on previous series knowledge and abilities.
- Language areas covered include vocabulary, reading comprehension, grammar, and cultural understanding.
- Incorporates compelling information that is indicative of real-life circumstances as well as thematic relevance.
- Aims to provide students with a stronger grasp of Arabic reading, writing, listening, and speaking abilities.
- Incorporates cultural components, giving pupils a more complete understanding of the Arabic-speaking world.