Use of Realia

Lesson Plan
1 week 1 hour 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 week 5 days 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
5 months 3 days ago
Learners will be able to - pronounce the name of 8 geometry shapes -read and write those shapes -ask and answer questions with “how many” -relate some classroom objects to the shapes studied -do hand activity : design and cut shapes
Lesson Plan
6 months 2 weeks ago
My capstone is about having an Arabic Club. I have already launched the Arabic Club in my school since the beginning of October. The Arabic club takes place in room B303 every Tuesday. The Arabic Club has included lots of activities such as 12 online sessions between native speakers and the participants of the club. Native speakers have included volunteers (Syrian refugees) from NaTakalm and some of my Egyptian students. Also, I have conducted Calligraphy sessions and Hieroglyphic sessions for the participants. At the end of the Arabic Club, I have planned and led a field trip in March to highlight the activities presented in the club. The National Geographic Museum Field Trip Lesson Plan Goals: The mission of the National Geographic Museum is to bridge international and cultural distances and to make the students understand and accept the differences they will encounter in our increasingly global society. And as a part of connecting Egyptian culture and history to students’ learning, I will conduct a fieldtrip to the National Geographic Museum to have an eye opener for our students on Ancient Egyptian history. Students will use their Arabic classroom experience in interpreting the collection and will benefit by gaining tremendous insight into this great culture. Learning objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: 1- Identify 6 names of Egyptian queens. 2- Write 5 sentences in Arabic about one of the Egyptian queens. 3- Identify the symbolism of Egyptian Gods and Goddess in ancient Egypt. 4- Present about life in ancient Egypt.
Lesson Plan
7 months 1 week ago
Standards and objectives: Communications: SWBAT say what fruit they like and don't like. Cultures: Students will compare fruit in the Arab world and in the U.S. Communities: students will visit an Arabic store nearby and get some Arabic meals. By the end of this lesson Students will be able to do - Name eight fruit words in Arabic. (Bananas, pineapple, apples, pear, berries, apricot, oranges, grapes) - Express likeness by practicing the names of the eight fruit using "like" and "don't like". - Asking “What fruit do you like?”
Curricula
7 months 1 week ago
Students will be able to 1- Identify items they can buy in relation to the names of the shops. 2- Ask and answer questions for shopping at a stationary store in Arabic. 3- They can also use the American/ Egyptian currency to tell and ask about the price.
Lesson Plan
8 months 1 week ago
Communication: By the end of this lesson Students will be able to do • Name eight vegetable words in Arabic. ( carrots ,potatoes,tomatoes,onion-pepper, radish, cucumber, eggplant,) • Express likeness by practicing the names of the eight vegetables using "like" and "don't like". • Ask and answer questions about vegetables Cultures: Students will know some common vegetables in the Middle East. Communities: Students will value the importance of healthy food including vegetables. Target vocabulary Target strucures in Arabic : What’s this ? Do you like…..? I like……. I don’t like
Lesson Plan
8 months 1 week ago
By the end of this lesson students will be able to: • Learn about the Egyptian cuisine. • Identify the names of different kinds of food and drinks. • Make a small conversation, for male and female, about food.
Lesson Plan
9 months 4 days ago
Students learn the fruits names in Arabic, talk about the ones they like and dislike as well as their favourites.
Lesson Plan
10 months 6 days ago
By the end of this unit students will be able to: Learn names of different food items in Arabic. Ask “What is your favorite food?” in Arabic. Learn colors in Arabic. Learn Names of some traditional food in the Arab world. Asking about price in Arabic.

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