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Arabic

Lesson Plan
6 months 4 weeks ago
- name the months of the year in Arabic - know about the weather change in each month in Egypt
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6 months 4 weeks ago
An enjoyable lesson to teach the little kids about the Arabic names of some shapes: circle, square, rectangle and triangle. In this lesson the kids make paper robots using the shapes.
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6 months 4 weeks ago
An enjoyable lesson about the days of the week through singing the days of the week song. The lesson shows the kids how most of the Arabic days of the week are based on the Arabic numbers words.
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6 months 4 weeks ago
Say the rooms in a house Recognize the rooms in a house Give and follow instructions using the rooms of a house and body parts.
Lesson Plan
7 months 6 hours ago
Learners can: • Tell the different weather during the week or seasons • Describe the weather in the day • Exchange their preference of weather. • Write down different weather and countries from a song. Culture: Understand that Arab countries use centigrade measuring temperature not Fahrenheit.
Lesson Plan
7 months 3 days ago
By the end of the lesson Ss can - identify some new words : ينشىء - المجتمعات – ملامح - دولة مدينة – إقليم - خرائط – مدن - أطلس - differentiate between the different prepositions فى – على – تحت – بين
Lesson Plan
7 months 4 days ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Say correctly the names of animals in Arabic. 2. Write accurately the names of animals in Arabic. 3. Use effectively the expression 'I have seen …" ( ...رأيت) in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
7 months 1 week ago
My students are able now to tell some relationships in their families. They are also able to talk about themselves.
Lesson Plan
7 months 2 weeks ago
1- Identify and read the names of some classroom objects in Arabic. (book – notebook – pen – pencil – stapler – rubber/ eraser كتاب – دفتر – قم جاف – قلم رصاص – دباسة - ممحاة 2- Say what they can see from classroom objects in Arabic and draw them. 3- Describe the shape, color or function of these classroom objects. 4- Ask and answer questions about means of classroom objects.
Lesson Plan
7 months 2 weeks ago
By the end of this lesson , students should be able to: - talk about different means of transportation in Arabic. - use the new words in meaningful contexts. - read and write the new words. - identify the letters of each new word.

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