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KSGAAL Launches Productive Skills Evaluation Courses

King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language (KSGAAL) has launched the Productive Skills Evaluation Courses (speaking and writing) to train teachers of Arabic for non-native speakers and develop and enhance their skills, serving the Arabic language and enhancing its civilizational, scientific, and cultural contribution. 
These courses are part of KSGAAL’s new training programs intended to equip participants with scientific evaluation methods in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The programs aim to develop the skills of Arabic teachers for non-native speakers and train them in the field of productive skills evaluation (speaking and writing).
Targeting professionals involved in assessing productive skills in second/foreign languages, educators, faculty members inside and outside Saudi Arabia, and other professionals in the field, the program also welcomes practitioners with a minimum of three years of experience in Arabic language education.  
Throughout the first and second quarters, KSGAAL will conduct six training courses, some in-person for participants within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and others delivered remotely for participants from outside the Kingdom. Each course spans twelve hours divided over four training days, covering integrated topics relevant to the participants' field.
KSGAAL encourages interested individuals to register for the inaugural course, scheduled to take place in Riyadh at KSGAAL headquarters from February 18-21, through the following link: ( Subsequent courses will follow from March to May 2024.
Through its Productive Skills Evaluation courses, KSGAAL aims to elevate the global status of the Arabic language, in line with the goals of the Human Capability Development Program, one of Saudi Vision 2030’s realization programs. Through such endeavors, KSGAAL promotes the Arabic language, supporting its dissemination and usage in spoken and written forms and preserving its linguistic identity and integrity while facilitating its teaching and learning inside and outside the Kingdom.