Arabic

Lesson Plan
4 months 2 weeks ago
- My students here are learning how to count and how to recognize the Arabic numbers. - By the end of this lesson, they will be able to differentiate between Arabic numbers in writing. - They will be also able to count themselves in the class and count their family members.
Lesson Plan
4 months 3 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1- Count from one to ten in Arabic. 2- Add and subtract simple numbers in Arabic from one to ten. 3- Copy some of the Arabic numbers. 4- Use numbers to talk about their families and daily life.
Lesson Plan
4 months 3 weeks ago
By the end of this lesson ,students should be able to: -greet each other in Arabic . -identify eight words for parts of the body in Arabic . -read and repeat eight words for parts of the body in Arabic . -write the new words in Arabic. -take part in a short conversation to use the new words. -engage in peer discussion.
Lesson Plan
4 months 3 weeks ago
• Express their likes and dislikes in Arabic • Develop self-confidence in presenting in Arabic • Learn more extra-curricular vocabulary as a byproduct of the learning process
Lesson Plan
4 months 4 weeks ago
By the end of this outreach, students & audience will be able to: 1- get more information about education in Egypt. 2- compare education in U.S and Egypt. 3- recognize the differences in the system of education. 4- know some Arabic words used in Egyptian schools. ( مدرسة / فصل / طابور الصباح / الزي المدرسي / تحية العلم / امتحان) (school / class / morning assembly / school uniform / salute the flag / exam
Curricula
4 months 4 weeks ago
This Jeopardy game is designed in order to be used to revise SS's vocabulary that have been studied before.
Lesson Plan
5 months 3 hours ago
In this lesson, students will learn the names of the body parts in Arabic. By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1. say the correct names of the body parts in Arabic. 2. recognize the body part once they hear its name in Arabic.
Curricula
5 months 1 day ago
By the end of the unit, students will be able to: - greet their peers with common Arabic greetings - introduce themselves and their peers by providing simple information - recognize, read and write the Arabic alphabet in both separated and joined forms - count, understand, read and write numbers from (1-10) - alphabetize a few names or words
Curricula
5 months 1 day ago
By the end of the unit, students will be able to: - greet their peers with common Arabic greetings - introduce themselves and their peers by providing simple information - recognize, read and write the Arabic alphabet in both separated and joined forms - count, understand, read and write numbers from (1-10) - alphabetize a few names or words
Lesson Plan
5 months 2 days ago
Students can say different greetings and link them to different times of the day. Students can say hello, my name is..., I am .... years old in Arabic.

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