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5 years 7 months ago
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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5 years 7 months ago
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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5 years 7 months ago
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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5 years 7 months ago
Aims: 1- Reviewing 10 vocabularies about the weather. 2- Reviewing the four seasons. 3-Speaking Arabic for  minutes.
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5 years 7 months ago
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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5 years 7 months 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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5 years 7 months ago
This newsletter contains graphics to engage students to learn more about Chinese and Chinese food.  In addition to a word of the month and a Chinese tongue twister, it has recipes for chicken soup and dumplings.  
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5 years 7 months ago
This newsletter contains graphics and hyperlinks to engage students to learn more about the Mid-Autumn festival, the Ming and Qing dynasties, Beijing, and the Forbidden City.
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5 years 7 months ago
This syllabus introduces how to get parents involved in their children’s study of Chinese.  Mini-lessons about travel within China, festivals, food, music, geography and history, and calligraphy are included, as well as brief descriptions of cultural presentations.
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5 years 7 months ago
This powerpoint teaches the ways that Chinese write their names.  This presentation is sequenced after students learn about family relationships.  The ordering of names is discussed, made concrete with comparisons to celebrities, and the meaning of names is surveyed.  Students create their own names using a website as a reinforcing activity.

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