​Arabic Language Course Description​

In ADNOC Schools and in particular at the Department of Arabic Language and Social Studies we are anxious in giving out generations that are proud of their roots and conserve their identity and contribute in building a better future for their country

Arabic Language and Social Studies department in ADNOC Schools keen to come up with generations proud of originality and maintain the identity and participate in building the future of their homeland.

We look out for providing a high level of education services that keep up with challenges of the future in an incentive environment to be creative, through an active educating leadership and a good qualified team that communicate actively with students, parents and local community to work all together in building generations that are holding our religious values and well conserving our traditions and national identity

We work for expanding the culture of distinction and(work to achieve in learning and teaching system ).are doing that it will be present in the education and learning system

Our goals:

  • Building a generation that believes in the Islamic and Arab identity and strengthen the system of educational values among students.

  • Building believer Islamic identity generation system and strengthen the educational values among students.

  • Consolidate the positive trends in student behavior and implanting self-discipline and self-confidence.

  • Strengthen links between members of the school community.

  • Develop learning Arabic in order to compete with the worldwide learning levels.

  • Usage of modern teaching methods (linked-learning).

  • Consolidation of the relationship between parents and other communities related to school work.

The most important thing to know about the peculiarities of the Arabic language teaching curriculum:

  • The Department of Arabic language is interested in applying the standards of Abu Dhabi Education Council.

  • Usage of the Ministry of Education textbooks.

  • Preparation of worksheets that includes various activities, such as: (differentiation / classroom activities / homework / external texts).

  • The dedication of separate periods for reading stories and for library each week.

  • The dedication of cooperative periods with parents during the school year.

  • The participation of students in the visual words contest (Star reading).

  • The participation of students in events such as: the National Day, the Arabic language week and the campaign of Abu Dhabi read.

  • The interest in all types of assessment: pre-diagnostic, continuous assessment, formative assessment, summative assessment and self-assessment.

  • The school follows the EMSA test of Abu Dhabi Education Council.