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Conference
4 days 6 hours ago
TCLP Alumni from around the world will meet for a two-day virtual conference on Alumni Cooperation. Each day includes engaging presentations on collaborative alumni projects. The sessions were facilitated by TCLP staff and featured alumni guests from China and Egypt who collaborated with alumni in implementing a vital project or training.  Wednesday, December 13, 2017: Alumni Cooperation I TCLP alumni Zheng Meng (2015-2016) and Amany Kasab (2015-2016) will discuss how to coordinate a critical project with fellow alumni.  Thursday, December 14, 2017: Alumni Cooperation II TCLP alumni Qu Bingbing (2014-2015) and Chen Manman (2015-2016) share how effectively working with alumni can impact your educational community through professional development trainings.   Each day, the sessions will last for an hour starting at 3:00pm in Egypt, 9:00pm in China, and 8:00am (EST) in the U.S.   Join us on zoom at: https://www.zoom.us/j/2028337522   Please view the attached flyer for further details about the conference and biographies for the presenters.   The Teachers of Critical Languages Program is sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State and implemented by American Councils for International Education.
Lesson Plan
1 week 3 days ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to; 1- Identify and read the names of some fruits in Arabic. التفاح – الموز- البرتقال – العنب – الليمون - البطيخ - تين – تمر – خوخ – أناناس – فراولة – جوافة 2- Say what they can see from fruits in Arabic and draw them. 3- Describe the shape or color or of these fruits. 4- Ask and answer questions about means of fruits. • ما هذا؟ ماذا تحب من الفاكهة؟ • هذا تين / هذا تمر / هذه جوافة
Lesson Plan
1 week 4 days ago
By the end of this lesson ,students should be able to: -greet each other in Arabic. -identify eight words for sports in Arabic. -read and write eight words for sports in Arabic. -talk about sports they like and dislike with: I like……...I do not like……... -answer a worksheet about sports in Arabic.
Online Resource
3 weeks 2 days ago
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 2 days ago
The objectives of this unit plan are the following: 1. introduce themselves and respond in Arabic 2. introduce someone and respond in Arabic 3. know the Arabic numbers from 0 to 10 4. talk about family members 5. say and write the Arabic alphabets أ ب ت ث ج ح خ 6. learn about the body parts 7. learn the Arabic numbers from 10 to 20 8. learn fruits in Arabic
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 2 days ago
Learners will be able to: • Talk about daily routines and tell the time the time. • Talk about activities they do in their free time • Compare free time activities between two cultures • Talk about sports preferences • Express preferences about the different free-time activities • Invite and make arrangements to spend a free time together • Contrast free-time activities between the past and now.
Curricula
3 weeks 3 days ago
by the end of the unit, students should be able to: • Say the words for family members • Recognize the spoken form of the words for family members • Say and recognize the words for jobs • Introduce their family members and their jobs • Talk about family members’ likes and dislikes
Curricula
3 weeks 3 days ago
Learners will be able speak about themselves, their families, like & dislikes and body parts.
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 3 days ago
By the end of the lesson Ss can - identify some action verbs in Arabic. يقرأ – يكتب – يشترى – ينظر – يبتسم – يتحدث – يعتنى ب – يمشى – ينام – يأكل – يشرب – يستمع – يرقص – يستمتع - differentiate between the different pronouns هو - هۑ For talking about a boy or a girl - differentiate the beginning letter of the verb according to gender يجرى - تجرى
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 4 days ago
• name common colors and use them to talk about their preferences • relate new colors vocabulary to previously studied structures

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