Arabic brochure 2014 2015 .pdf
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Participants of the Arabic Program are cordially invited to
the following scheduled activities free of charge:
Between 4 to 10 participants are required for classes to be held
for a minimum period of one month.
After classes begin, if total enrollment drops to below 4
participants, there may be a possibility for cancellation (most
likely to occur with evening classes).
Note: You will be informed two weeks before the beginning of classes if
minimum enrollment (4 participants) is not reached.
Non-term group courses (2 – 5pm):
Evening group courses (6 – 7:30pm):
8:30-11:45 am, Monday to Friday, 6 weeks (90 hours)
Fall intensive course:
Spring intensive course:
Summer intensive course:
Sep. 22 – Nov. 3, 2014
Feb. 9 – Mar 20, 2015
June 1 – July 10, 2015
(Summer class dates are subject to change.)
on-one sessions with an Arabic instructor can be scheduled
Monday through Friday, for a
minimum period of one month.
Specialized course(depending on students’ fields of interest):
8:30-11:45 am, Monday to Friday, 4 weeks (60 hours)
Fall semi-intensive course:
Nov. 10 – Dec. 8, 2014
Spring semi-intensive course: April 13 – May 12, 2015
90-minute sessions between 2 and 5 pm, twice a week, 12 weeks
Fall regular course:
Winter regular course:
Spring regular course:
Sep. 22 – Dec. 12, 2013
Jan. 5 – March 27, 2014
April 13– July 3, 2014
Moroccan National and Religious Holidays:
The Center will be closed on national and religious holidays, and classes will be
made up accordingly (except for regular courses). Religious holidays are based
on the lunar calendar, so dates will be confirmed in due time.
July 28–29 TBD
May 18–May 24
May 25–May 31
Aug 3–Aug 24
End of year holidays
Independence Manifesto Day
CCCL Spring Vacation, Group 1
CCCL Spring Vacation, Group 2
CCCL Summer Vacation
Courses at students’ places of residenceare available
for individuals and groups in locations within thirty minutes
(driving distance) of the CCCL. Session hours are flexible, and
there is a minimum period of one month.
Discussions on Moroccan culture in Fus’ha
(Standard Arabic) or Darija (Moroccan Dialect).
Minimum 8 participants.
Musical or dance performances hosted by the
Film showings in Fus’ha and Darija are offered to
program participants upon request.
Minimum 8 participants.
For information about upcoming cultural activities, check
either postings at the CCCL office or visit www.cccl.ma.
The CCCL has a modest library located on the
ground floor of the Legza Annex. Around 3500
written publications and 450 audio-visual
Registered students of the CCCL may use the library
for the entire period of their Arabic course for a fee of
200 Dirhams. At the end of their programs, 100
Dirhams will be reimbursed upon return of all
Registration and Payment
Students can register for classes via email, fax,
mail, or in person. Registration forms are
available at the CCCL office and on the CCCL
The total payment (which includes course fees,
registration fees, and learning materials) must
be received, in Moroccan Dirhams, before the
start of the first class. Non-term and individual
course payments are due monthly. This sum
can be wired, paid in cash, or by check (made
out to the CCCL).
Booking fee (Registration and pedagogical
material fees): 400.00 DH. Registration fee is
valid for one year and pedagogical material fee
is valid for three months. The booking fee must
be received before the start of the first class.
The Arabic Department Coordinator is
responsible for determining a student’s levels,
including level of Arabic, through a free
Any cancellation of courses after the first class
is not refundable.
Absences are not reimbursed, nor made up.
For individual courses, a delay of fifteen
minutes or more without previous notice or
agreement with the teacher will result in the
cancellation of the class session.
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l’usagequotidien de base de l’arabe».
43 year-old student from France, 2008-2009
“I learned more Arabic than I thought. I also learned
how to speak and understand spoken Arabic better
than I could have imagined.”
22 year-old student from USA, Spring 2009
“A+! It is great to figure out the Arabic on our own
instead of being given all the answers. The
explanations are clear and our teacher is very patient
22 year-old student, Spring 2009
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30 year-old student from Italy, Fall 2008
“At first I did not feel very competent in Arabic but
er a mere 6 weeks of class at the CCCL, I feel that I
have a really strong base to build on.”
30 year-old student from Canada, Fall 2008
For more information about our program, and
fees please visit www.cccl.ma.
Email: email@example.com (Bouchra Sahimda,
CCCL Language Director)
Phone: 05 37 20 23 65
Center for Cross Cultural Learning
Avenue Laalou, Derb El Jirari, Zankat El
hassani, n°11- Rabat-Medina
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-6:30pm
The CCCL is closed on weekends and holidays based on
the Moroccan Calendar
Founded in 1995 by
b Moroccan academics, the Center
for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) is a private
Moroccan institution run by professionals and
specialists in fields of cross cultural learning.
The CCCL has three locations in the Medina of
Rabat. Its main objective is to provide participants
with the opportunity to learn from the rich diversity
of Morocco and to understand and appreciate
ment of Moroccan Languages and
MLC) offers courses in StandardArabic
(Fus’ha) and Moroccan Arabic (Darija) for students
of all levels. In 2005, the CCCL published its first
textbook of Moroccan Arabic LABASS (part I,
beginning level). The second and third parts of the
series are currently undergoing preparation.
The CCCL also organizes homestays with Moroccan
families for an additional cost. This full room and
board opportunity is strictly reserved for CCCL
program participants during the period of their
Arabic studies. For more information, p
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