Arabic

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5 years 1 week ago
Students will be able to: 1- Greet each other correctly 2- Respond if some one greets them 3- Say greetings formal and informal 4- Say greetings with the Egyptian dialect and the Palestine one.
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By the end of this lesson students should be able to: 1. Identify the past tense in a sentence. 2. Write a correct sentence in the past tense. 3. Write a correct question in the past tense.
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By the end of this lesson students should be able to: 1. Identify parts of the body in Arabic. 2. Describe themselves using the newly learned vocabulary in addition to their previous knowledge of adjectives and colors. 3. Use the new language in complete sentences.
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This lesson is meant to be taught directly after the class has learned the whole alphabet, as it puts it in context.
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As a part of connecting Middle Eastern culture and history to students’ learning, we will conduct a fieldtrip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to have an eye opener for our students on Middle East history. Students will use their Arabic classroom experience in interpreting the collection and will benefit by gaining tremendous insight into this great culture.
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Students will be able to: Learn how to read and write the seasons of the year. Learn how to say the months of each season. Learn how to say his/her favorite season.
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Students will be able to: Learn the names of all the family members. Know how to build up a simple sentence using these words. Know how to say the family member and his/her job.
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Students will be able to: Learn the names of some jobs. Know how to use these new words in making simple sentences. Know how to say the family member and his/her job.
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Aims: 1- Reviewing 10 vocabularies about the weather. 2- Reviewing the four seasons. 3-Speaking Arabic for  minutes.
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Aims: 1-Learning the eight Arabic possessive pronouns and using them properly.  2- Attaching the right possessive pronoun to the right noun.            3-Reviewing eight previously learned nouns by using them in examples.           

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