Arabic

Online Resource
1 month 12 hours ago
Lesson Plan
2 months 3 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to: 1. Read the words of the song حبيبي نور العين ساكن خيالي عاشق بقالي سنين ولا غيريك في بالي 1. Sing a along with the singer. 2. Notice the differences in music, clothes and movements in culture.
Lesson Plan
2 months 4 weeks ago
Be introduced to the dual form in Arabic in addition to singular and plural
Lesson Plan
2 months 4 weeks ago
- Use the Arabic words to name the four seasons - Make simple sentences to describe the weather in Arabic - Identify the four seasons and understand the description of the weather in Arabic.
Assessment
3 months 9 hours ago
* Reading for specific information. * Developing skimming texts skills. * Check understanding for some basic Arabic grammar forms. * Identifying parts of speech.
Assessment
3 months 9 hours ago
EOC final Exam Arabic II May 2019
Lesson Plan
3 months 1 day ago
Standard Outcomes for Learning (ACTFL Standard 1.1)— * Use culturally appropriate greetings and farewells. * Use single words and simple, memorized phrases to carry out simple interactions with people from the target culture * Use single words and simple, memorized phrases in presentations to identify the names of people, places, and things. *Use readily available technology tools and digital literacy skills to present in the target language.
Lesson Plan
3 months 3 days ago
the presentation was to give info about Egypt regarding location, population, sights and clothing
Lesson Plan
3 months 6 days ago
By the end of this period, students are supposed to be able to: Identify some farm animals in Arabic. Express possession using " I have" structure. Work cooperatively and share ideas.
Critical Language Project
3 months 1 week ago
Mohamed Etify received a CLP grant to establish the Horus Club, an Arabic language and culture club for students at Anne Chesnutt Middle School. Through the Horus Club, students will have the opportunity to learn more about the target language and culture through virtual and in-person exchanges with another Arabic class in the district, ordering food at local restaurants in the target language, visiting museums, and performing folk dances.

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