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Arabic

Critical Language Project
6 months 1 week ago
Ezzat Hassan (2015-2016) will be leading a field trip for students at his home school, Gesfa Secondary School for Girls, to Cairo to visit sites of cultural and historical interest. During this field trip, students will have the opportunity to practice English in a particular context. Prior to the field trip, students will have the opportunity to learn about American culture through webinars held by teachers at Ezzat's host school, Mentor High School. Following the field trip, Egyptian students will share their experiences on the trip with students in Arabic classes at Mentor.
Critical Language Project
6 months 2 weeks ago
Sean Fredericks (2016-2018), a mentor teacher from John W. Lavelle Preparatory Charter School in Staten Island, New York, received a CLP grant to take, with Adel Ghattas (2017-2018), the 34 Arabic students at Lavelle on a field trip to the United Nations in Manhattan. The field trip will occur in 2018, the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. On this field trip, students will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the United Nations and Middle East Policy from a UN representative. Students who attend the field trip will then share their experiences with their community at the Lavelle International festival.
Lesson Plan
6 months 3 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Learn how to say and write correctly the names of some sports in Arabic. 2. Use these expressions effectively: "what is this sport?" - "ما هذه الرياضة" "I like …" أحب - "I do not like ... لا أحب " " I play... " ألعب - "I do not play... لا ألعب "
Lesson Plan
6 months 4 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • use the right greeting in the right time • respond to greetings during different times of the day
Lesson Plan
8 months 1 week ago
Students are able ti talk about their birthdays' dates and also saying the famous song for birthdays but this time in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
8 months 1 week ago
By the end of this lesson students should be able: - have a general idea about the Arabic language. - Write their names in Arabic. - talk about historic and touristic places in Egypt. - talk about some Egyptian foods. - talk about some Egyptian traditions.
Lesson Plan
8 months 1 week ago
By the end of the lesson ,Students can: 1- identify the names of some rooms of the house in Arabic. غرفة النوم – غرفة الجلوس – غرفة الطعام – الحمام – المطبخ 2- ask and answer questions about rooms of the house in Arabic. 3- use the names of rooms of the house in simple phrases or sentences. 4- know some rules of keeping house healthy. 5- Draw some rooms of their houses.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 weeks ago
- name the months of the year in Arabic - know about the weather change in each month in Egypt
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 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.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 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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