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9 hours 37 min ago
TCLP Alumni from around the world met for a two-day virtual conference on International Collaboration. Day 1 featured alumni speaking about the sister school partnerships they created with their TCLP host schools and Day 2 featured alumni speaking more broadly about how they connected their classes through both in-person visits and virtual meetings.   Wednesday, December 11, 2019 TCLP alumni Wang Ling (2018-2019) and Gu Wenming (2016-2017) discussed how they have created sister school partnerships with their home schools in China and their American host schools.   Thursday, December 12, 2019 TCLP alumni Guo Jin (2018-2019) and Abdelilah El Alaoui (2018-2019) shared how they planned and conducted in-person and virtual meetings with their students to broaden their horizens.   Each day, the sessions lasted for an hour starting at 3:00pm in Egypt, 9:00pm in China, and 8:00am (EST) in the U.S.   To view in China:   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 19 hours ago
This is a unit plan with six lessons 90 minutes each to achieve the following goals: Students can identify kind of shelter they live in Students can identify rooms in Arabic Students can ask and answer about the place of family member in the house using: Where is....? Ex. where is mum? She is in the kitchen Students can identify items in each room Students can express need for missing items Students ask and answer about the items they need Students can ask and answer using prepositions of place. Students can talk about their houses and identify selling ads Students design their own house and tell a story using the vocabulary learnt in the unit.
Lesson Plan
1 week 1 day ago
In this lesson : 1- Students will be able to recognize and say the Arabic names of the following colors: red, green, blue, yellow, black, white, brown, gray and the words Alwan/lawn (colors) in Arabic 2- Students will be able to express what colors they prefer and their favorite one in Arabic.
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1 week 5 days ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1- Read today's date. 2- Explore the art of Arabic Calligraphy. 3- Learn about it Cultural and historical importance. 4- Create a calligraphy piece.
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2 weeks 5 days ago
By the end of the lesson students should be able to do the following tasks: Speaking • Describe their school. • Talk about some activities they do at school. • List places and tell when they go to them (revision of days and time). Reading • Read names of rooms in the school. • Read some names of their teachers. Writing • Spell and copy words they are learning / do a spelling bee.
3 weeks 2 hours ago
Learners will be able to: identify different types of movies; compare between some American movies and Arabic movies; talk about their favorite movies; create a PowerPoint presentation to talk about their favorite actors and actresses
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3 weeks 14 hours ago
Students describe their houses and tell what they do in different rooms in the house.
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3 weeks 18 hours ago
In this lesson, students will: 1- Students will be able to recognize and say the Arabic names of the following body parts: head, hand, stomach, chest, leg, foot and the word body in Arabic 2- Students will be able to much pictures of body parts to the words in Arabic.
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3 weeks 1 day ago
This class is about hobbies and students will be able to recognize and name hobbies in Arabic and they will be able to speak and write describing different hobbies.
Lesson Plan
3 weeks 4 days ago
• Students will be able to say some of the jobs in Arabic. • Students will be able to ask and answer questions using “what do you want to be in the future? • Students will be able to differentiate between the masculine and feminine form of the jobs.