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3 weeks 6 days ago
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3 weeks 6 days ago
1. SWBAT understand the emotion of the poem. 2. SWBAT read the poem, sing it and dance to it.
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3 weeks 6 days ago
By the end of the class: 1. Students are able to say the colors in Chinese. 2. Students know some special colors in China and their meanings. 3. Students can know the similarities and differences of the meanings of colors between colors in China and America.
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4 weeks 1 day ago
Greet each other using some basic greetings for any part of the day  Introduce themselves in Arabic.  Present their family members to their friends.  Count from 1 to 10 in Arabic  Talk about their body parts. أ، ب letters Write 
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4 weeks 1 day ago
By Sept. 14, the stundents can do 1. Understand all the Classroom Rules in Chinese class 2. Know how to greet their peers and ask their names in Chinese 3. Know the four periods in a day which are often used in Chinese 4. Be able to recognize the relevant words and expressions and 5. Ask/answer questions in Chinese 6. Get a general knowledge of Chinese Teachers’ Day and make a paper work 7. Get a general knowledge of Mid-Autumn Festival and design their own Mooncake.
Lesson Plan
1 month 1 day ago
This is a four- week plan for novice high school students.By the end of the four weeks, students will be able to : - introduce themselves. - recognize family members' titles. - ask and answer questions about name and nationality. - state the jobs. - recognize some Arabic letters and words. - express their likes and dislike. - count to fifteen. - write an email telling about themselves,their family, likes and dislikes. - show awareness towards international celebrations.
Lesson Plan
1 month 2 days ago
This is a unit plan designed for four week. It is an introduction to Arabic. Students will know the value of the new course. By the end of this four week plan, students should be able to know: - How to introduce themselves and greet others. - How to talk about their countries and ask about them. - How to talk about their families - Some shapes and colors. - How to count one to twenty. - How to form the date in Arabic. Students also will learn some cultural aspects from Egypt: What the proper way of greeting one another is Talk about some important cities The celebration of Islamic New Year
Lesson Plan
1 month 1 week ago
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1- Revise basic sentences for greeting someone. 2- Revise the question "How are you?" and its various responses. 3- Ask yes or no questions about how they feel and about their names. 4- Introduce themselves properly. 5- Hold a short conversation with a classmate.
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1 month 1 week ago
This outreach is entitled Egyptian snacks and Arabic Greetings. The idea behind it is to introduce myself to the staff in Leicester Middle School and teach them a new Arabic Greetings. I also introduced them to some delicious snacks that are famous in Egypt. The objectives are: 1- Introduce myself as the new Arabic teacher from Egypt to my colleagues at Leicester Middle school. 2- Answer their questions about the program and how I was assigned to school. 3- Teach them a new Arabic greeting. 4- Introduce them to a number of delicious Egyptian snacks such as Halva حلاوة ,Sesame bars سمسمية ,Turkish delightsملبن and Dried apricot .قمر الدين paste 5- Provide some information about Egyptian eating habits (using our hands, eating with the spoons and having bread on almost every meal).
Lesson Plan
1 month 2 weeks ago
The outreach aims at introducing the new program and the Arabic Language. Most people in the valley did not know about the importance of learning Arabic. I think I was the first one to go to Alamo city in Texas. So I arranged this outreach and designed flyers to be distributed every where declaring time and place of the outreach which took place in the school cafeteria right after the campus at 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm My mentor teacher started the outreach introducing me and my program, then I showed the presentation which stresses the importance of learning the culture along with the language. I had the time to answer audience's questions regarding the program. Many wanted to join but did not have the time so I announced that I will have an Arabic Club for every one. We had then time for an interview with the district reporter. Finally we had a little feast that included some Egyptian food.

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