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The aim of the study was to identify the effectiveness of the Online Interaction Program in teaching the Arabic language in the United Arab Emirates. The researcher adopted the pilot curriculum in this study, where the researcher selected one division from the school (Emirates National Branch Mohammed bin Zayed), which numbered 25 students to identify the degree of learners' possession of classroom interaction skills prior to the application of the developed program through e-learning and to identify the difference made by the program after the trial. Key findings showed a statistically significant difference between students' average grades in the tribal and postgraduate applications of the class reaction scale attributable to the program developed in the development of classroom interaction through e-learning. There is statistically a difference of D between the average of low-level students, and the average of both intermediate and advanced proficiency, for the benefit of higher- level students. This study contributes to determining the effectiveness of the e-learning interaction program in teaching Arabic in the United Arab Emirates. This study may benefit those interested in teaching Arabic from teachers, supervisors, and course designers in how to develop language programs based on e-learning. The outcome of this study is consistent with previous studies that examined the effectiveness of classroom interaction through e-education in teaching and utilizing the Arabic language.