Arabic

Lesson Plan
4 weeks 21 hours ago
Learners can: • Recognize and name the rooms of the house • Say what we do in each room • Ask and answer questions about rooms of the house • Write about their houses parts
Lesson Plan
4 weeks 1 day ago
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: - name places in their environment - relate vocabulary about places to previous lessons about mainly food, drinks and school subjects
Lesson Plan
1 month 1 day ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: Identify, say and write some names of drinks. Answer simple questions about drinks. Draw a picture of their favorite drink and write/say the learned sentences: I like/ I don’t like, he/she likes/doesn't like
Lesson Plan
1 month 1 day ago
at the end of the lesson Ss can - identify the new words: عيد الميلاد - شجرة عيد الميلاد - بابا نويل - ليلة عيد الميلاد - زينة عيد الميلاد - مزلقة - الرنة - جورب عيد الميلاد – مدفأة - هدية - use the previous learned vocab to describe the Christmas celebration. - write a short paragraph about the Christmas.
Lesson Plan
1 month 2 days ago
To have Ss identify orally (written for 7th and 8th graders) all the classroom objects, using the language patterns presented in the unit. To have Ss recognize the name of each classroom object in Arabic when it is spoken by another person. To have ss ask orally (written for 7th and 8th graders) about the identification of classroom objects using the language patterns presented in the unit. To have Ss physically carry out to a specific command. To have Ss request someone to do something within the classroom orally (written for 7th and 8th graders). To read and write symbol sentences, and describe scenes or participate in a dialogue. To have Ss request someone to do something within the classroom orally (written for 7th and 8th graders). To read and write symbol sentences, and describe scenes or participate in a dialogue.
Lesson Plan
1 month 5 days ago
My students have to say the days of a week and also write them in Arabic.
Critical Language Project
1 month 1 week ago
Adel Ghattas (2017-18) received a CLP grant to conduct a project that will expose his Arabic students to a culturally rich work of art whose main theme is the character of the individual Egyptian, the musical: The Band’s Visit. This Broadway musical is based on a movie that tells the story of an Egyptian Police Marching Band that becomes lost in Sinai and ends up in a remote town in Israel. They are hosted by an Israeli lady who owns a restaurant and spend a night with Israeli citizens. It is about the tension that arises from the political conflict versus the human connections that form when individuals meet at a human level. It is about unfulfilled dreams of characters on both sides, and what they have in common although they are supposed to be enemies. It is about tolerance and acceptance. Students will watch the movie and discuss its characters and the theme. They will also work with Mr. Ghattas and their global history teacher to research background information about the history of the Egyptian-Israeli conflict and will learn the Arabic conversations that take place in the movie, learning parts of the script by heart to perform it later at their school's International Day celebration. Students will also attend a live performance of the musical on Broadway and eat at an Egyptian restaurant in New York City.
Lesson Plan
1 month 1 week ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to : 1- identify the names of some of their body parts. (head - hair – face – eye – ear – mouth – nose) شعر – وجه – عين – أذن – فم – أنف - رأس - 2- ask and answer questions about their body parts. 3- use the names of their body parts in simple phrases or sentences. 4- know the importance of following health rules. 5- Respond physically to familiar words they hear.
Lesson Plan
1 month 2 weeks ago
By the end of this lesson ,students should be able: - say the Arabic names of the eight colors. - say the different colors in different flags in Arabic. - say short sentences like: I like the ……..color. - read the eight colors in Arabic. - share in singing an Arabic song about the colors.
Lesson Plan
2 months 12 hours ago
• Ask and answer questions about the time • Differentiate between clock numbers (1-12) and other numbers

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