Quranic Linguistics Institute
I N T R O D U C T O R Y N O T E
My experience teaching Arabic has taught me that the most effective and efficient method is to begin with morphology. But even in morphology, the question remains as to what to teach first and what to teach last.
Unfortunately, many morphology and grammar books available today fail to teach it in a way that produces results efficiently and effectively. As a result, many student-teacher hours are wasted.
In an attempt to solve this inherently difficult problem, I have rearranged the topics to make it easier for the student as well as the teacher. The ordering of the chapters in this level and the series in general may not be familiar to many teachers. It is the result of years of trial-and-error teaching experience. By adapting this unique order, I hope to have developed an effective and efficient method for systematically imparting knowledge, developing skills, and making both learning and teaching easier and enjoyable. Furthermore, I have made an attempt to keep the overall organization as logical as possible by minimizing circular dependencies.
The teacher is highly recommended to take advantage of this tried and tested method by sticking to the order of units and lessons as presented in the book. The following link provides an outline of this approach:
I do not claim to have perfectly done the job, and remain open to any comments and suggestions to improve the book in any manner whatsoever. Please send all comments and suggestions QL@QuranicLinguistics.com