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Arabic

Lesson Plan
2 months 4 weeks ago
unit plan for k1 Arabic immersion at Baltimore International Academy By Abdelrahman Dawoud 2018-2019
Lesson Plan
3 months 7 hours ago
- Name four vegetable words in Arabic. (potatoes-tomatoes-onion-lettuce) - Express likeness by practicing the names of the four vegetables using "like" and "don't like". - Asking “What do you like?”
Assessment
3 months 16 hours ago
This assessement worksheet is designed to revise orders and instructions inside the classroom.
Curricula
3 months 16 hours ago
Through this unit, students will be able to identify the classroom objects and other stuff inside the school. They will be able to start small talks with the new students in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
3 months 16 hours ago
By the end of the lesson students should be able to do the following tasks: Speaking • Describe their school. • Talk about different activities they do at school. • List classes and tell when they start and when they end. • Talk about their classmates , teachers and people work at school. Reading • Read names of rooms in the school. • Read names of different subjects. • Read names of their teachers. Writing • Spell and copy words they are learning / do a spelling bee . Project • Do a project describing their dream school.
Lesson Plan
3 months 23 hours ago
By the end of the lesson students will be able to: - use the Arabic words to ask about directions - understand the directions in Arabic - Ask and answer questions that contain the direction words in Arabic
Lesson Plan
3 months 1 week ago
By the end of this outreach, students will be able to:- 1- Understand some basic Arabic features. 2- learn a few Arabic words welcome مَرحَباً Good morning صباحُ الخَير goodbye مع السلامة thanks شُكراً 3- See their names in Arabic and try to write them. 4- Discuss what they know and what they want to know about Egypt and the Arab world. (free discussion) 5-Learn more about Egypt in modern and ancient times, famous people and foods. (guided discussion) Endnotes and Acknowledgments:- * I had to shorten the file to match the maximum file size allowed on the website. * Part of the presentation is adapted from Mr. Mohamed El-Dwiny's presentation (2011-2012)
Lesson Plan
3 months 1 week ago
By the end of this period students are supposed to be able to: Introduce themselves, giving their name Ask about each other’s names. Complete a speech bubble. Create a dialogue and role play it.
Lesson Plan
3 months 1 week ago
• • Recognize the family members in Arabic • Introduce their family members • -Ask and answer questions about their family members. • Students will know about families traditions in Morocco. • students will compare families in the U.S with families from Arabic countries • Students will make a mini project about different families using the words in Arabic
Critical Language Project
3 months 1 week ago
Ezzat Hassan (2015-2016) who was an exchange teacher at Mentor High School in Ohio, was awarded a CLP to conduct project based learning in the form of a two-field trip project: one to Cairo and the other one to Alexandria. It's goal was to help increase students' reading, listening, speaking and writing abilities in English. In the first field trip, students visited historical places in Cairo and shared their ideas by taking photographs, making videos and writing paragraphs describing their impression about the field trip that can be shared with their partner class. The other field trip will be to Alexandria where students can visit Alexandria Library and the famous castle of Qaitbey. About hundred students will take part in both trips.

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