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Feelings & Opinions

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1 week 3 days ago
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1- revise family members: father, mother, sister and brother 2- name grandma and grandpa in Arabic 3- say “ I love…” 4- sing a song about family
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1 week 5 days ago
This lesson is about the topic of the day "Corona virus". What is it? How it passes from someone to another, Symptoms, and precautions. All this is very useful when talking in the target language.
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1 week 5 days ago
1- Students will be able to start a conversation, and ask about and express different feelings in Arabic: How are you today? How do you feel? I’m doing good, I’m not doing good, I’m sad, happy, tired, angry and sick 2- Students will be able to use these questions and expressions to start a conversation with their peers
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2 weeks 4 hours ago
1- Students will be able to recognize different words for feelings in Arabic. 2- Students will be able to say the Arabic words for feelings. 3- Students will be able to ask and answer questions about feelings
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1 month 1 week ago
Students get to know about the role of woman in the Arab world and how it has changed through out history.
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1 month 1 week ago
This lesson is about different states of emotions in Arabic. Students will be able to recognize and express the different emotional states in Arabic: I’m doing good, I’m not doing good, I’m sad, happy, tired, angry and sick. Students will also be able to use these expressions in a conversation with their peers.
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11 months 1 week ago
1. Be able to pronounce eight types of feelings: happy, sad, angry, worried, excited, surprised, tired and bored. 2. Be able to express the feeling of the day. 3. Be able to make a simple dialogue with the vocabulary of feelings 4. Be able to write characters of the feelings
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1 year 1 week ago
By the end of the lesson, my students at campus high school will be able to know how to talk and express their feelings in Arabic. فرحان – فرحانة زعلان – زعلانة جوعان – جوعانة عطشان - عطشانة غضبان- غضبانة مندهش – مندهشة They will ask and answer questions about others feelings. كيف تشعر ؟ أنا فرحان أنا زعلان Talk about a picture and describe people’s feelings in pictures هو زعلان هي زعلانة We will be dong a feeling circle in which every body welcome someone and ask him or her about his or her feeling. If his or her feeling is a positive feeling, everybody will show his happiness towards this but if it is not a positive one everyone will show sympathy by saying " we are with you. I expect they will struggle in saying the sentences so I will keep repeating them till they master them. .
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
Learners can: • Order foods at an Arabic restaurant. • Asking how the food is cooked. • Speak about past activities. New language: ساخن - بارد – نادله – قائمة الطعام – من فضلك – لو سمحت – أريد – لا أريد – الحساب – شكرا Moods: Interpretive Interpersonal Presentational
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1 year 2 months ago
Identify the characters in the short story. Recognize some vocabulary related to the theme of the story. Compare between the adjective place in the target language and their own language. Create their own version of the story. Analyze a short story. Devise a different ending for the short story. Judge the characters’ behaviors

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