Arabic is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, with over 300 million speakers. It is the official language in 26 countries and one of the six official languages of the United Nations. However, learning Arabic is surrounded with many challenges. One of the major challenges is that there is no “one” Arabic language. There is Modern Standard Arabic, which is used in formal settings and written communication. On the other hand, there are different varieties, or dialects, spoken in different Arabi countries.

Our Approach

The main focus of the Champolu Method is to help learners read and write in Arabic. This involves learning the Arabic alphabet to recognize the letters and how they make up words. In addition, learning the pronunciation of letters and words is essential, to allow learners to connect shapes and sounds. In parallel, we introduce conversational Arabic in different varieties. We use the following techniques: Lessons: with vocabulary and grammar themes, in Modern Standard Arabic and different varieties Games: Fun games and online exercises to practice different language skills Quizzes: Discover language patterns by solving sentence and word quizzes Songs and Media: Learn about the culture of Arabic speaking countries through songs and media materials Stories and Dialogs: Learn through stories and dialogues