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1 month 3 weeks ago
teach the students numbers from 6-10 and Chinese currency
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1 month 3 weeks ago
Students ask and answer about their daily activities telling the time when they do these activities and where.
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1 month 3 weeks ago
1. Students should know the teacher’s name and information about her hometown. 2. Students should know the learning target of the school year. 3. Students should understand people from different country has different culture and also share many things in common. 4. Students should be able to say hello in Chinese.
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1 month 3 weeks ago
1-students will be able to name some food items in Arabic 2- students will be able to use some Arabic sentences like I like and I don't like with food items 3-I will connect the lesson to the environment and tell them about some popular Egyptian food
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1 month 3 weeks ago
1. Through the teacher's self-introduction, understand the geographical profile of China, the order of Chinese surnames and names. I can tell someone what my last name, first name. 2. Let students have some basic understanding of Chinese as a language. 3. Students can greet and address people appropriately based on their title and the time of day. 4. Students can respond appropriately to greetings in a variety of ways.
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1 month 3 weeks ago
This class is about the traditional Chinses festival the Mid-Autumn Festival, as it is in this week. I hope the students can know about the festival, such as the date, the legend ,what people do and what people say to each other. Most importantly, I hope my students can feel the charm of Chinses culture through the festival. the specific goals are as follows: 1. students will be able to say 中秋节快乐 Happy Mid-Autumn Day and 月moon in Mandarin; 3. write the character 月moon; 4. know that Chinese characters originate from pictures in nature; 5. know about the traditional Chinese festival: Mid-Autumn Festival, such as the date, what people do and the legend . The highlight of the class is the dance part. I teach them about the movements step by step,and they all enjoy dancing with me to the Chinese song about the moon. They enjoy the legend of the festival too, and they ask me many questions about the moonlady. Writing the character 月 is thelast part of the class. it's a good end as it enables students have a calm down time after the active dance.
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1 month 3 weeks ago
Objectives: 1 To learn to ask and answer about their nationality 2 To learn to use the sentence pattern "Are you...? Yes/ No, ..." 3 To introduce themselves in terms of greeting, name, nationality and occupation.
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1 month 4 weeks ago
1. SWBAT understand the emotion of the poem. 2. SWBAT read the poem, sing it and dance to it.
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2 months 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).
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2 months 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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