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Arabic

Lesson Plan
9 months 3 days ago
My students have to say the days of a week and also write them in Arabic.
Critical Language Project
9 months 1 week ago
Adel Ghattas (2017-18) received a CLP grant to conduct a project designed to introduce his students to the history of the Middle East through a rich artistic context, engaging them with the language and culture in a fun way. Mr. Ghattas worked with the global history teacher at his school to prepare and present on the Arab-Israeli conflict. After students had learned about the historical and cultural background, they watched the movie The Band's Visit and participated in classroom activities that explored the movie's characters and themes. (The Band's Visit tells the story of an Egyptian Police Marching Band that becomes lost in Sinai and ends up in a remote town in Israel. There, they are hosted by an Israeli woman and spend the night with other Israelis. The film explores the tension that arises from the political conflict, as well as the human connections that form when individuals meet one other.) 34 students then attended a live performance of the musical on Broadway at the Barrymore Theater and ate at a Moroccan restaurant in New York City. The students who participated in the field trip then reflected on their experience and what they had learned through the project. They also prepared posters and presented about the musical to teachers, parents and colleagues at Lavelle's International Day, extending the impact of the project to include the wider community.
Lesson Plan
9 months 1 week ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to : 1- identify the names of some of their body parts. (head - hair – face – eye – ear – mouth – nose) شعر – وجه – عين – أذن – فم – أنف - رأس - 2- ask and answer questions about their body parts. 3- use the names of their body parts in simple phrases or sentences. 4- know the importance of following health rules. 5- Respond physically to familiar words they hear.
Lesson Plan
9 months 1 week ago
By the end of this lesson ,students should be able: - say the Arabic names of the eight colors. - say the different colors in different flags in Arabic. - say short sentences like: I like the ……..color. - read the eight colors in Arabic. - share in singing an Arabic song about the colors.
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 weeks ago
• Ask and answer questions about the time • Differentiate between clock numbers (1-12) and other numbers
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 weeks ago
The Objective of this lesson is Writing Practice in groups. also creating a rubric and using it to assess writing.
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 weeks ago
By the end of the lesson students can - identify some new words : طعام – – صحى – خضراوات – فاكهة – لحم – فول – العناصر الغذائية – منتجات الألبان - مهم - write a short story about what they ate yesterday. -finish a project to demonstrate their understanding to the topic by drawing a picture for some kinds of healthy food they like
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 weeks ago
Students can ask and tell time in Arabic. Students can say actual time, minutes, and day or night.
Assessment
10 months 1 day ago
Train my students on word search in order to find the meaning of English word. Students can depend on themselves to write Arabic words in connected letters. Make students feel positive challenges to get higher grades, that makes them feel responsible. Teach writing in a simple way.
Lesson Plan
10 months 1 day ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Identify and read the names of some fruits in Arabic. - تين – تمر – خوخ – أناناس – فراولة – جوافة • Say what they can see from fruits in Arabic and draw them. • Describe the shape or color or of these fruits. • Ask and answer questions about means of fruits.

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