Eton Institute, the largest language training and professional development centre in the UAE, has achieved yet another milestone by publishing its very own Arabic learning material, titled ‘KhuTuwaat’ literally meaning footsteps in English, in response to the high demand for quality Arabic learning material in the region.
Arabic is one of the oldest and most borrowed from languages in the world, yet when it comes to the development and improvement of its learning material, it does not get the same care as its European equivalents such as English.
Sue Brett, Head of Academics at Eton Institute commented: “With tremendous hard work, care and dedication by the Arabic Department at Eton Institute, we have created a book that will not only improve the lessons delivered within the classrooms, but will also add to further development of the Arabic language within the region.”
KhuTuwaat – is one of the very few Arabic learning books that are available and comply with international standards set by the Council of Europe for language learning. The book is matched to A1.1 Level within the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for Languages and follows the Modern Standard Arabic MSA, the most common form of spoken Arabic used throughout the region by politicians, diplomats and Royals alike.
“Time and again, the need for nurturing the Arabic language and developing its learning material has been highlighted through initiatives which have been supported by governments and Educational organisations within the region. The introduction of this Arabic book is sure to add to the previous efforts that have been made and will secure the future of the Arabic language for many years to come.” Added Moaz Khan, Marketing Manager of Eton Institute.
Eton Institute is internationally accredited by EAQUALS (Evaluation and Accreditation of Quality in Language Schools) for its language training and has always strived to deliver a quality learning experience to its learners. The creation of its own Arabic learning material is an exhilarating moment in its history and will go a long way for the promotion and upliftment of the Arabic language.