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Arabic

Lesson Plan
8 months 2 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1- identify the names of some of the farm animals. • الحصان – الحمار – البقرة – الجمل – الدجاج – الديك – الديك الرومي – الخروف – الماعز 2- ask and answer questions about farm animals. 3- use the names of farm animals in simple phrases or sentences. 4- know some rules of keeping farm animals. 5- draw their favorite farm animals.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 weeks ago
Teaching the numbers 1-5 in Arabic to k-2 students.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 weeks ago
A lesson about the numbers 1-5 in Arabic for grades 3-5.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 weeks ago
Practice using the numbers and names of the months of the year in Arabic to say dates. ask and answer about one another's birthdays.
Critical Language Project
8 months 3 weeks ago
Passant Aly (2017-2018) organized an Arabic Club in which participants got the chance to learn communicative Arabic and experience Arabic culture. The club met at Anne Chesnutt Middle School once every week, for eight weeks. Each week there was a different theme. For example, the first week focused on language and traditions and the second week students explored food and festivals. For each theme participants learned through doing: they cooked, performed dances, learned Arabic letters, and much more. Arabic Club members also went on field trips and virtual tours of Egypt as well. They kept a passport in which they jot down all they learned. At the end of the eight weeks, club members hosted an Arabic Night event, in which members from the community and other schools were invited. The Arabic Club performed the dances they learned and gave presentations about the cultural aspects they experienced. Authentic Arabic food was served to guests. The night helped promote and show the impact of the Arabic program at Anne Chesnutt.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 weeks 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
8 months 3 weeks 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
8 months 4 weeks 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
8 months 4 weeks 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
9 months 3 hours 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.

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