L'Institut Américain d'Anglais Témara est une institution d'enseignement de langue ANGLAISE. Notre objectif est d'offrir des cours d'Anglais de qualité à l'ensemble de la population de Témara / Rabat et ses régions. Ainsi, Préparation et Formation Concours Linguistiques et Tests internationaux : TOEFL et TOEIC (TOEIC Authorized Test Center).

Nos enseignants, Marocains, Britanniques et Américains sont diplômés des universités Marocaines, Britanniques ou Américaines et ont une expérience prouvée dans l'enseignement de l’Anglais comme langue étrangère.

Programmes Kids & Teens de American Language Institute Temara. La manière pour les enfants et les adolescents d’apprendre l’Anglais comme Langue Étrangère avec plaisir et efficacement.
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Welcome from the President

The first day at school is a significant experience in all ages lives, when children and women feel either apprehensive or over-excited at the prospect of venturing into a strange new world away from home. It is, therefore, important to us to make the start of orphans who are willing to learn and women schooling and helping them in society through a smooth and natural process.
We believe that orphans and women have the right to be respected as individuals. Children or women should be given the opportunity to develop, to learn, to enjoy reflecting upon newly acquired knowledge and skills.
We aim to provide a happy center, in which all children and women can thrive and develop at a pace that matches their individual abilities, encouraged by dedicated professionals, who enjoy their work and for whom children and women are an inspiration.
Head of Center

F1 orphans

Orphan Children and illiterate women are welcomed into either the part-time F1 class in the whole year once a month to have a free English courses we believe in the importance of a gentle transition into center life, and, as such, we operate a carefully planned induction period for the first days of the term.
We understand that every child and women is different, and work closely with parents to ensure that each child's and women induction into nursery suits his or her specific needs. The children and women and nursery staff build a trusted bond between each other, based on a premise of caring and understanding.
Throughout their time at our center, the children and women are encouraged to build friendships and to respect each other – valuing each other's differences whilst developing a strong sense of togetherness and learning. The encouragement and development of social skills – such as helping to tidy up and acting in a friendly and helpful way - is supported by clear daily routines and activities.

F2 Women in society

Education for women seen as key factors contributing to
progress and change. Focus group participants describe efforts to increase
the quality of women’s education and women’s increasing presence in the
workplace as two of the most important factors contributing to changes in
the status of Moroccan women.
•Broad support for women’s educational rights. Participants broadly
support women’s educational rights—among the broad range of issues
probed in the focus groups, a woman’s right to education has the most
popular support. One rationale for the strong support is grounded in the
traditional view of women as the center of the family The overall sense among ordinary Moroccans is that the situation for women has improved
in recent years. More than three quarters of the focus group participants say that things have
improved for women, with younger and female participants having a slightly more optimistic
outlook than their older and male counterparts. Now today’s women are not like the women in the past, because in the past their minds were not open and we weren’t open to women’s rights. But now even rural women watch television, and they are more aware and they know their rights.

The Foundation Stage Curriculum covers both the F1 and F2 year groups.
Careful planning goes into ensuring a balanced approach across all relevant areas of the curriculum. The initial phase of the Foundation Stage Numeracy & Literacy Programme is introduced, but great emphasis is placed on the personal, social and emotional development of the orphans and women This focus helps to provide a sound basis for learning as the children and women progress.
As each orphan and women learns at his/her own pace and becomes open to new challenges and experiences, the activities in the classroom are planned to account for individual interests and abilities.
Discovery and investigation are encouraged through play and teacher-initiated activities - this combination of self exploration and focussed activities encourages children to explore and discover things independently. An emphasis on practical, hands-on activities ensure that children develop important skills and concepts with confidence, in a way they can easily visualise and understand.

Everyone an individual
The Early Learning Goals defined in the Foundation Stage Curriculum provide the basic structure and direction for our teaching and learning policy.
Our aim is to anticipate and respond to the individual needs of every child orphan and women in our care. To help us to establish these needs, we carry out a Baseline Assessment within the day of school. This assessment is not to make judgements on ability, but to assess each child and women realistically thus enabling the teacher to plan for individual needs.
The Adventure of Learning
One of the greatest differences between our education system and many others, is the age at which our orphans and women start to learn the skills of reading and writing. Preparation for the reading programme begins with our methods– through a multi-sensory approach to learning reading skills, the majority of children and women are confidently placed in our progressive scheme of reading books.
Letter sounds are taught in a way which captures every orphan and women imagination and writing skills are developed as the children orphans and womn are encouraged in the basics of pencil grip and letter formation - they soon move on to writing with increasing control and independence.
Numeracy forms an integral part of the curriculum learning. English is made fun through play and stimulates the senses and challenges their minds and Information letterature is integrated into everyday classroom activities.

Opening hours

Foundation School : 09:00 - 20:30

(Reception) : 08:50 - 20.00

Foundation Center :
6, Lot Angel n° 20, rue Arabie Saoudite, Témara Centre (à côté de la banque Crédit du Maroc)

Contact us :
Tel: +212 (0)537 64 01 82
Fax: +212 (0)537 64 01 82

Email : foundation@languagelabcenter.com

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