Al-Diwan offers different learning tracks for learning the Arabic language to suit students' different goals
Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), Standard Arabic, or Literary Arabic is the standardized and literary variety of Arabic used in writing and in most formal speech. (MSA) is the literary standard across the Middle East, North Africa, Horn of Africa and one of the official six languages of the United Nations...Learn More
Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA) is spoken natively by more than 55 million Egyptians, and as a second language by most of the remaining 25 million Egyptians, as well as by immigrant Egyptian communities in the Middle East, Europe, North and Latin America, Australia and East Asia...Learn More
Al-Diwan offers a variety of specific purposes courses that suits students coming from different fields and backgrounds, these courses have different pre-requisite knowledge and different course structures, for more information about these courses kindly contact us through "firstname.lastname@example.org", Here are some of these course
“Continuous Evaluation” of all instructional components; Student, Teacher, Curriculum, and Administration is a main principle at Al-Diwan. We have accordingly implemented the following evaluation systems in order to continuously improve our programs.
- A placement test must be taken before the student starts taking courses. This test helps us determine exactly what level of language proficiency the student possesses at the onset of his or her studies.
- A daily evaluation is conducted through homework assignments, class participation, and quizzes.
- Mid-level Exams should be passed.
- Final Exams should be passed.
- At Al-Diwan, the student’s learning performance is evaluated according to the following criteria: Class Participation, Oral Exam, Mid-level Test and Final Exam.
- Daily administrative supervision and follow-ups on teacher performance using technical forms and logs
- A teacher evaluation form, which the students will fill out at the end of each course
- Periodic discussions with students on their opinions of the study system, their feelings regarding the achievement of their study goals, and their suggestions by way of improvement.
- During and after each program there is an evaluation conducted to assure the whole instruction experience, guided by students’ evaluation forms collected at the end of the program, instructors’ feedback, and administration notes.
- Al-Diwan organizes regular instructor meetings and workshops to evaluate curriculam, making the necessary additions or changes in an effort to better meet the students’ goals and increase our effectiveness in language instruction.
- Al-Diwan has an administrative system that ensures every staff member is putting what is expected of effort in his work time. Every branch manager, staff member and employee has his own duties to be accomplished in a specific timeframe. Administrative evaluation is always conducted to find gaps in performance, extraordinary and above-average performance, and therefore the top administration decisions come to either reward or remedy that work results.