The Islamic College of South Australia - Arabic Studies
The Arabic language program at the Islamic College is based on the SACSA Framework (South
Australian Standards &
Accountability Framework) in the primary and middle schools and on
SSABSA's requirements (Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia) in the senior school.
It is designed to teach students from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds to communicate
effectively in Arabic and to better understand the Arabic language and its culture. The program
contributes significantly to the objectives of the Islamic College, which aim to facilitate and enhance
students' appreciation of the teachings of the
approach is used in the Arabic classroom. We facilitates students'
interaction with each other and exposes them to spoken and written texts at varying levels of
We help students to develop a level of language proficiency that will allow them to express themselves
in Arabic, both through speaking and writing. Thus, a high level of linguistic sophistication gives students
the confidence not only to communicate in Arabic, but also to explore and appreciate its culture.