Arabic

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5 years 1 month ago
Aims: 1- Reading 11  Words in Arabic. 2- Guessing the Meaning of the words through examples, gestures, body language and authentic materials. 3- Leaning about how to build simple sentences in Arabic.
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Students Will be able to revise the vocabulary related to greetings.
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Through this unit, students will be able to identify miscellaneous items they can buy in relation to the names of the shops. They will be able to ask and answer questions for shopping at a stationary store in Arabic. They can also use the American currency to tell and ask about the price.
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5 years 1 month ago
The two Units are mainly focusing on the daily routine and domestic activities. Students will revise the pronouns , conjugations of the verbs. Furthermore, they also revise the days of the week as well as some verbs they can use to form sentences. Students will be able to talk about their domestic activities and their daily routine. They will also be able to get the conjugations of different verbs in relation to the pronoun being used in the sentence.
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Students will be able to identify different Arab countries. They will recognize the flag of each country. They will be able to start a dialogue about different  people and where are they from .
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Students will be able to: Learn new vocabulary and grammar in context Practice talking to their colleagues in Arabic Understand the new vocabulary through pictures and Arabic phrases Introduce themselves in Arabic to other people Differentiate the feminine and the masculine in Arabic
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5 years 1 month ago
Students will be able to: Learn new vocabulary and grammar in context Practice talking to their colleagues in Arabic Understand the new vocabulary through pictures and Arabic phrases Introduce themselves in Arabic to other people Differentiate the feminine and the masculine in Arabic
Lesson Plan
5 years 1 month ago
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to Talk about the feasts in the Arab world Learn about so many social aspects in the Arab countries like family ties for example. Compare the feasts in both countries. e.g. Egypt and the US Greet other people in Arabic Use the new language items in order to use them to communicate with other people. Describe the feasts and events in both countries in Arabic. Translate words into Arabic. Practice writing in cursive way.

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