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Arabic

Lesson Plan
4 months 2 days ago
By the end of this unit students will be able to: Learn family members and relationships in Arabic. Ask “Who is this?” for male and female in Arabic. Learn the demonstrative pronouns. Learn Possessive adjectives in Arabic. Name some jobs in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
4 months 4 days ago
By the end of the lesson students will be able to: Understand the greetings in Arabic Identify the the ways of greetings’ response Use the Arabic greetings to greet others respond to different ways of greetings.
Assessment
4 months 6 days ago
This assessment helps students identify what Arabic letters that should/ shouldn't be linked to other letters. It also helps students build new vocabulary and practice writing and pronunciation.
Curricula
4 months 6 days ago
In the class, students will acquire basic speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in the Arabic language. By the end of this year the students will be able to: 1- Learn about and explore the Arab culture, language, customs, and values. 2- Introduce themselves, greet others and express basic courtesy. 3- Initiate, respond and carry out short conversations. 4- Talk and write about themselves, their families and daily routines. 5- Write short personal letters, greetings, or apologies. 6- Talk about personal needs, shop for gifts, and read bills and receipts. 7- Learn the basic vocabulary in order to ask for and give limited instructions and directions Goals (What should students know & be able to do by the end of the unit?) • Greet their peers • Introduce themselves • Count from 1 to 30 • Identify names of countries • Identify body parts • Identify the shapes • Identify the colors • Tell the date
Lesson Plan
4 months 1 week ago
Goals (What should students know & be able to do by the end of the unit?): - greet their peers with common Arabic greetings - introduce themselves and their peers by providing simple information - recognize, read and write the Arabic alphabet in both separated and joined forms - count, understand, read and write numbers from (1-10) - alphabetize a few names or words
Lesson Plan
4 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
Lesson Plan
4 months 1 week ago
In this lesson , students are engaged in a conversation to ask and answer questions about colors of some parts of the body such as " what color is your hair/ eyes and lips?" . So, students revise parts of the body and connect them with the colors. Students also learn how to start and end a conversation.
Online Resource
4 months 1 week ago
Lesson Plan
4 months 1 week ago
-Use appropriate expressions to greet people in Arabic -Introduce themselves in Arabic correctly -Ask and answer questions about names , age and country. - Students will know some ways of greeting people in the Arab world particularly Morocco. -will students compare the ways of greeting in the U.S and Morocco
Critical Language Project
7 months 3 weeks ago
Ezzat Hassan (2015-2016) will be leading a field trip for students at his home school, Gesfa Secondary School for Girls, to Cairo to visit sites of cultural and historical interest. During this field trip, students will have the opportunity to practice English in a particular context. Prior to the field trip, students will have the opportunity to learn about American culture through webinars held by teachers at Ezzat's host school, Mentor High School. Following the field trip, Egyptian students will share their experiences on the trip with students in Arabic classes at Mentor.

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