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YALLAH is a place for QFI students to share ideas, break stereotypes and make a difference!

Welcome to YALLAH, the Qatar Foundation International's online forum for students and teachers in the QFI network who want to stay connected and support our community.
YALLAH stands for Youth Allied to Learn Lead and Help: Check out the Discussions tab to learn about student opportunities, global issues and cultural exchange. Special projects and classes meet in Group Hub, also found under the Discussions tab.

College Corner has monthly topics to guide students through the college selection and application process.

Service Learning showcases the work of students and offers guidance for starting a service learning project.

Teacher Talk is where our community of teachers can meet to share ideas and inspire collaboration.
Thanks for joining us!

Launching our #ISpeakArabic Campaign!
You’ve heard us talk about it, now check it out for yourselves! The campaign highlights open-education resources to learn and teach Arabic and uses storytelling to humanize and demonstrate the benefits of speaking Arabic as a second language. Watch the trailer before the full launch, December 18th, on World Arabic Day!

Make sure to visit the site ispeakarabic.com to submit your video join the conversation! 

What's New

Professional Development – Concordia Language Villages via Blog – QFI

Through a generous grant from Qatar Foundation International, Concordia Language Villages is…

Monday
Qatar Foundation International via Facebook

Did you know that #poetry is the earliest form of #Arabic #literature? For more interesting…

ACTFL Session: Best Practice Strategies for Teaching Arabic via Blog – QFI

QFI will be presenting at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)…

Jul 20
ACTFL Session: A Roadmap to the World: Using the World-Readiness Standards via Blog – QFI

QFI will be presenting at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)…

Jul 20
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YALLAH 3.0 World Clock!