Schools looking to start a New Arabic program or Enhance their Program

What does providing a good Arabic education look like?
Some schools…need to find a good curriculum, but are overwhelmed by the options.
Several schools…have motivated staff but they need training on how to implement lessons and techniques.
Others schools…are looking for a program that will customize an approach for your students because every school is so different.
A few schools…are looking for an innovative approach in blending online platforms and techniques with traditional methods of teaching Arabic.
Many schools…are struggling teaching students who come from an Arab background and others who are learning the alphabet for the first time.

You can solve these issues by partnering up with Arabic Daily!



When your school joins Arabic Daily, you’ll get shipped our workbooks for all of your students. These workbooks contain everything you need: space to write notes, exercises, and a simple curriculum.

Learning Management System Integration

Success in Arabic means providing recordings for students to review over. Over 80% of our students used recordings to revise the material. We provide those recordings to you by creating zoom classes and uploading them into our system for your students to use. Yes, you can record the lesson while teaching in class! We will teach your staff how to do so.

Teacher Training

Ustadh Faraz will provide weekly training to teachers to help guide them. Every school is different and needs to try different methods. Ustadh Faraz will teach you different techniques. Once a teacher completes these training they will be certified by Arabic Daily.

Online Material and Quizzes

Engaging High Schoolers can be a difficult task. We have incorporated fun games and quizzes such as Kahoot to increase their love for Arabic. This is also essential for teachers to assess the students’ abilities.

This was beneficial, terse and straight-forward. I highly encourage anyone interested in Arabic to take this course.

Mousaab Bellaouar - Richardson, TX, Masters in History Student

Very organized and well paced courses along with strong instructor support and feedback.

Shahnaz Mukarram, Elementary School Teacher

Arabic Daily’s Pedagogy

Arabic Daily has divided Classical Arabic learning into 6 levels. Each level is the equivalent to a semester. A student can finish the program as quick as two years and on average three years.

The first three levels fall under our Fundamentals Track. The goal of this track is to build the framework of Arabic.

The last three levels fall under our Reading Track. The goal of this track is to build vocabulary and reading practice.

Fundamentals Track (FCA) Reading Track (RCA)

Level 1

FCA 100

Basic Morphology – Three Parts of Speech

Level 4

RCA 220

Translation & Review

Level 2

FCA 105

Advanced Morphology – Inflection & 10 Forms

Level 5

RCA 240

Translation & Advanced Grammar

Level 3

FCA 110

Syntax – Sentences

Level 6

RCA 260

Translation & Research

The Course Curriculum

Here is a sample of our first level curriculum

– Be able to identify nouns in voweled texts 

– Understand terminology 

– Know the difference between indefinite and definite words 

– Able to properly translate إضافة

– Understand the different usages of prepositions 

– Understand the term مجرور

– Know the difference tenses (and how it differs from English) 

– Understand the trilateral root system

– Know قَدْ and the different meanings it has

– Understand how to get the future meaning in Arabic

– Know the difference between attached and detached pronouns 

– Introduced to the concept of fixed nouns مبني

– Know the different numbers, perspectives, and literal/metaphorical genders

Learn how pronouns attach to nouns and prepositions alongside pronunciation rules

– Learn how to conjugates past and present verbs 

– Understand how to properly pronounce verbs

Understand that present tense verbs take prefixes

Be able to different between an alif and hamza. This is a lot harder than you think!

Be able to form a command tense from a present tense verb

These last two weeks are used as a buffer. Oftentimes classes will slow down, or we may need more review. In my experience, having these two weeks to wind down the class is essential for success.

I appreciate that FCA 100-105 introduces grammatical structures – I am sure that this is a superior and more effective teaching method and am enjoying this approach.

Ursula Donnellan - U.K.
I am appreciative of the depth and breadth that our teacher brought to my understanding of what it means to be a learner of the Quran. I admire Ustad Faraz’s  dedication and patience!!
Rabia Shaikh

I highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to ease into learning Arabic with the goal of being able to read or follow along the recitation of the Quran. The instructor uses very effective pedagogies.

Phuong Pham




payment plans available

10 Textbooks included

Access to Online Recordings explaining how to teach the materials

Weekly Q&A sessions

Access to Online Resources – You will get access to Quizlet Vocabulary, Kahoot Quizzes, and other resources.



payment plans available

For schools looking for a personalized touch.

Some services that we provide are:

Teaching High Schoolers directly through our program

Training a teacher privately to help integrate Arabic Daily in schools

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