Study Arabic in Egypt

The Arabic language is important, and its importance stems from the fact that it is one, developed, growing language with a history
It is ancient, used by about a quarter of the world’s population, and millions are affiliated with it

Arabic is one of the most spoken languages in the Middle East and North Africa.

The Islamic culture in most African countries was characterized by being Arab in nature, as the African peoples flocked to it and learned from it so the central memory of many West African countries also depends to a large extent on what was documented in the Arabic language.

The Arabic language standards aim to work on enabling the student or whoever wants to learn it to communicate and critically thinking using the Arabic language, in addition to enabling him to appreciate the literary texts and its various arts, as well as creative writing, and the Arabic language textbook for the first grades of the various stages conforms to the standards of the Arabic language subject.

Educational curricula used in schools in Egypt to teach Arabic:
First, teach the children:
From the kindergarten stage, teachers teach children the letters of the Arabic language in several ways, such as: teaching the alphabet through songs to teach the letters, and interesting games to teach the Arabic language to children from 2-5 years, where the child can practice writing the letters several times to ensure full proficiency in writing the letter, Also, there are various exercises for every 4 letters that aim to train the child on how to connect the letters, pronounce them, and color them, and measure the child’s ability to know the shape and drawing of each letter. Reaching the end of the preparatory stage, there are many students whose academic specialization at the university level tends to study the Arabic language; Because of their passion and curiosity to study the secrets and aesthetics of this mother tongue.

Methods of teaching the Arabic language to children There are many different forms of teaching children the Arabic language: Teaching aids that contain letters and words of the Arabic language. By writing letters and installing the words of the Arabic language, by hearing.

Second: the basic education curriculum
It includes Arabic language grammar, grammar, morphology, reading, and writing, and is followed in schools from the first grade to the sixth grade of primary school.

Third: the secondary education curriculum
It includes the study of Arabic literature and the most complex grammatical rules, and it is followed in the second stage from the seventh grade to the general secondary school.

Teaching tools and technology used in teaching Arabic:
electronic whiteboard:
The electronic board allows the educational content to be presented more interactively, with the ability to write and draw on it by the teacher and students.

Live broadcast:
Virtual classrooms and live broadcasts can be used to teach Arabic remotely, which facilitates easy and effective access to teachers and trainers.

computer programs:
Educational programs are available to help learn the Arabic language, such as programs for teaching reading aloud and correcting pronunciation.

Among the methods used to teach Arabic effectively in Egypt:
Frequent use of the Arabic language:
Using the Arabic language daily is the best way to learn it and develop students’ abilities in it.

Teaching Arabic with games:
Educational games can be used to facilitate language learning and make the process interactive and interesting.

Set aside time to practice pronunciation accurately:
Pronouncing accurately is one of the main challenges in learning Arabic, and taking the time to practice in class and at home helps develop this skill.

International changes and transformations in Arabic language education:
In a constantly changing and connected world, Egypt faces new challenges in teaching Arabic. As a universal language, schools, and educational institutions in Egypt strive to modernize and improve education techniques to suit our modern times where non-native speakers can learn it.

challenges he might face
Language difficulty:
Arabic is a complex language and needs constant focus and practice to learn it.
Students are not convinced of the usefulness of learning grammatical rules and avoid this subject because of its difficulty as well as its distance from functionality.

Shortage of qualified teachers:
There are not enough qualified teachers to teach Arabic, and this constitutes an obstacle for many potential students.
Technical and linguistic difficulties that teachers and students face when dealing with communication and information technology (the Internet) to use the electronic whiteboard, live broadcast, or computer programs when teaching remotely or using them for teaching inside the school.
Therefore, qualified teachers for e-learning and traditional education must be selected to avoid any of these problems.

Political educational content:
Schools in Egypt face challenges in terms of political changes and transformations, which leads to a lack of educational curricula and teaching influenced by political agendas.
Therefore, those who learn the Arabic language should search for more than one source to obtain complete information.

Despite the existence of these challenges since the Arabic language existed, it has not and will not lose its value over time.
You must know that the Arabic language is not only a scientific subject taught in schools and universities, nor is it also a language in which parts of hadith are exchanged from its crescent, but it is values and civilization and prepares an entire nation, as it is the language of the greatest holy books, the language of the Holy Qur’an, and the language of our noble Messenger, and it is also the language of the people of Paradise, and this Of honoring God for this language.