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دليل طالبة معهد تعليم اللغة العربية لغير الناطقين بها بجامعة أم القرى. Student Handbook The Arabic Language Institute for Non-Native Speakers Umm al Qura University. معهد تعليم اللغة العربية لغير الناطقين بها بجامعة أم القرى قسم الطالبات. دليل طالبة معهد تعليم اللغة العربية . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

Student Handbook

The Arabic Language Institute for Non-Native SpeakersUmm al Qura University

The Arabic Language Institute for Non-Native SpeakersWomens SectionStudent Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

A warm welcome to our University!Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

A Message from The Institutes Dean

Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

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A Message from the Institutes Representative for Educational Affairs

My Dear Sister,Assalaamu alaikum wa Rahmatullaahi wa BarakaatuhMay the Peace, Mercy and Blessings of Allah be with you

The Institutes Office of Educational Affairs and Relations is pleased to congratulate you on being accepted to pursue studies at Umm al Qura University. The University is considered from the most firmly established higher educational institutes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

We have prepared this handbook to inform you of some important information pertaining to the Institute. It will help you to learn about the Institutes different departments as well as its systems, so that you can attain the academic performance that you hope for in this limited time, without any academic problems.

We have also included here some basic information on the supporting deanships that offer specific student services, such as the Student Affairs Deanship, the Libraries Deanship and the Acceptance and Registration Deanship. The handbook also contains a compilation of important information from the Universitys Rules and Regulations, from which you will be able to find out about the rules and regulations that govern the Institute. It will also assist you in resolving any academic or administrative problems you may encounter.

The information you will find in this handbook applies to both our male and female students, except if there is an indication that it is specific to either group.

Finally, we hope that this information is beneficial and helpful to you in proper planning of your academic program at the University. With our best wishes for your success and prosperity.

The Arabic Language Institutes Representative for Educational Affairs and Relations Dr. Ahmad Mashal al-GhamidiStudent Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

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A Message from the Institutes Representative for the Womens Section

My dear Student, Assalaamu alaikum wa Rahmatullaahi wa BarakaatuhMay the Peace, Mercy and Blessings of Allah be with you.

We congratulate you , our dear student and guest, on your acceptance to the Arabic Language Institute at Umm al Qura University. We wish you a happy stay here, combining noble knowledge and a noble place.This handbook is handed to you so you can find out about the Institute and its rules and regulations. It is also to assist you in understanding and appreciating the purpose for which you came, so you can subsequently go forth to become a teacher of the noblest language, and a caller to the best-guided way.

May Allah grant you success and prosperity in what He loves and is pleased with.

The Representative of the Institutes DeanWomens Section

Dr. Faiza Salem Saleh Ahmad

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An Introduction to the InstituteThe Arabic Language Institute is one of the independent academic institutes of Umm al Qura University, Makkah al-Mukarramah, within the general regulations of the University.It was established in 1395 A.H. (1975 C.E.) and was a part of the Faculty of Islamic Law and Studies, King Abdul Aziz University (Makkah Campus)In 1399 A.H. (1979 C.E.) the Institute became independent to fully take on its important role in teaching the Arabic language and Islamic culture and in preparing and training teachers.In 1401 A.H. (1981 C.E.) the Institute became one of the faculties of Umm al Qura University, Makkah al-Mukarramah. This was made effective by a Cabinet resolution.

The Institutes AimsThe Institute strives to attain the following goals:Teaching the Arabic Language and associated literary studies to Muslims who are non-native speakers, adequately equipping them with Islamic knowledge to act in the service and propagation of Islam. Training teachers and making them qualified to teach the Arabic Language to non-native speakers in the Muslim world, as well as among minority Muslim communities in the world. Conducting research and experiments to develop methods and styles of teaching and learning Arabic for non-native speakers; and encouraging writing and publication of this research.Cooperating with Islamic bodies and organizations in the Arabic Language and Islamic propagation fields, as well as assisting Islamic minorities in this realm. Exchanging academic experiences in the field of teaching the Arabic language, between the Institute and specialist academic institutions.Conducting workshops for teachers in the field of teaching theArabic language to non-native speakers in Islamic countries.

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The Arabic Language Institutes departmentsDepartment for teaching the Arabic LanguageGraduating from this section requires successful completion of one hundred and twenty (120) units, in four levels, over the course of two years. The academic plan for this section is as follows:Level 1 30 academic unitsLevel 2 30 academic unitsLevel 3 30 academic unitsLevel 4 30 academic units

Each level is outlined as follows:

Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

Level 1 coursesCourse numberCourse name Number of units1501011The Holy Quran41501012Phonetics (Sowtiyaat)41501013Dialogue (Muhaadathah)81501014Writing (Kitaabah)61501015Reading (Qiraaah)8 Total units30Level 2 coursesCourse numberCourse nameNumber of units1501021The Holy Quran21501026The sayings of the Prophet (pbuh)(Hadeeth)11501214Islamic monotheism (Tawheed)11501215Jurispridence (Fiqh)21501216The Prophet's (pbuh) biography (Seerah)11501221Phonetics (Sowtiyaat)31501222Dialogue and expression (Muhaadathah wa Tabeer)7 1501223Reading and grammar (Qiraaah wa Nahw)81501224Writing and script (Kitaabah wa Khott)5 Total units30Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

Level 3 courses Course number Course nameNumber of units 1501311The Holy Quran2 1501312Quranic Exegesis (Tafseer)2 1501313The sayings of the Prophet (pbuh) (Hadeeth)2 1501314Theology (Aqeedah)2 1501315Jurisprudence (Fiqh)2 1501323Reading and phonetics (Qiraaah wa Sowtiyaat)6 1501324Dictation and script (Imlaa wa Khott)3 1501325Literature (Nusoos Adabiyyah)2 1501326Composition (Inshaa)3 1501327Grammar (Nahw)4 1501329Linguistic skills development (Tanmiyyatul Mahaaraat)2 Total units30Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

Level 4 Courses Course number Course nameNumber of units1501411The Holy Quraan21501412Quranic Exegesis (Tafseer)21501413The sayings of the Prophet (pbuh)(Hadeeth)21501414Theology (Aqeedah)21501415Jurisprudence (Fiqh)2 1501423Reading and stories (Qiraaah wa Qissas)51501424Dictation (Imlaa)2 1501425Literature (Nusoos Adabiyyah)2 1501426Composition (Inshaa)21501427Grammar (Nahw)41501428Eloquence (Balaaghah)3 1501429Linguistic skills development (Tanmiyyatul Mahaaraat)2 Total units30Student Handbook- The Arabic Language Institute

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The Arabic Language Institutes departmentsDepartment for teaching the Arabic LanguageGraduating from this section requires successful completion of one hundred and sixty (160) units, in eight levels, over the course of four years. The number of academic units per semester varies between nineteen and twenty-one (19-21). This department is currently available for male students only.

Each level is outlined as follows:

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How to calculate your Term Grade Point Average (GPA) and Cumulative GPAExample

Semester One:

CourseNo. of unitsScore (%)GradeGrade pointPointsISLA 3.1285B+3.507CHEM 324370C2.006MATH 235392A3.7511.25PHYS 312480B3.001212-36.25Total number of points (36.25) total number of units (12) = 3.02 (Semester 1 GPA)CourseNo. of unitsScore (%)GradeGrade pointPointsISLA 104296A+4.008CHEM 327383B3.009MATH 314371C2.008PHYS 326481B3.00912-34Total number of points (34) total number of units (12) = 2.83 (Semester 2 GPA)Semester Two:Cumulative GPA = (36.25 + 34) (12 + 12)