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Arabic Language Classes and Culture Clubs
Algarabía Language Co-op is offering new Arabic courses at The People’s Forum to those who are interested in learning Arabic with a focus on topics of social justice, cinema, media, and culture. Through weekly social justice themes, and using a communicative and popular education approach, participants will improve their Arabic skills, and critically engage with various cultural productions in Arabic, including films, TV series, newsreels, short stories, and songs.
These courses are designed for folks at different levels of fluency in their productive (speaking, writing) and receptive (listening and reading) skills. Special focus will be given to learning vocabulary and community organizing terminology relevant to contemporary social movements in the U.S. and the Arab world.
Selected participants will be contacted by our instructors on a rolling basis and until a week before classes start. Late applications will be considered if spots are made available. If you have any questions, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A1.1: True Beginner – Arabic Language Course
A1.2: High Beginner – Arabic Language Course
A1.3: Conversational Beginner – Arabic Language Course
A2.1: Low Intermediate – Arabic Film Club
B2: High Intermediate – Arabic Film Club
Conversational Arabic Film Club for Heritage Speakers
NOTE: This program prioritizes working class, queer, BIPOC, and heritage speakers of Arabic. As part of Algarabía’s mission to make our courses accessible, we have sliding-scale rate options and payment plans available. Once you complete the application and are selected, you will be given the opportunity to apply to these discounted rates individually.
At Algarabía Language Co-op, we see language learning as a meaningful, collaborative and transformative process, reflected in our training in hands-on communicative and task-based language teaching approaches and our use of popular education in the language classroom. We seek to support the holistic development of all language learners as they become competent multilingual speakers. We devise classroom activities and use textbooks and other original didactic materials that meet our participants’ needs and that represent the linguistic and racial/ethnic diversity of the Spanish- and Arabic-speaking worlds.